A delicious black comedy unfolds as newly-retired Patrice French discovers the joys of social networking.
A reclusive children’s writer becomes wildly successful. Her books are treasured the length and breadth of the country:
A Scottish emigrant took the ‘baw’ to Brazil. A Brazilian immigrant took Samba to Scotland.
Voices from the Black That I Am is a theatrical meditation of questions on issues of blackness, gender, sexuality, and nationalism.
Ishmael is seeking a new life. He knows of villages and the sound of a gun. But he doesn’t know Burnsall Heights Estate.
It’s not easy to get by in this crazy old world is it? But Fred and Alice have discovered that all you really need are 2 tennis rackets, a freezer full of ready meals and an immature coping strategy.
For some members of the African diaspora, barber shops are cultural equivalents to pubs.
Buck is a pampered, proud dog who lives in the house of a judge in San Francisco at the turn of the 20th century.
Al has had enough. He is surrounded by pretenders who smile to his face and bitch about him behind his back.
In a potting shed, an ageing man, his hapless nephew, and an over-worked care-assistant, find themselves embroiled in a ludicrous adventure