“breaDth”- an R&D presentation at Brady Arts Centre.

Directed by: Mukul Ahmed
Written by: Raminder Kaur

Set on a multiracial street somewhere in the UK, breaDth combines real with surreal situations during the COVID-19 pandemic, casting a kaleidoscopic lens on survival through prejudice, violence, racial inequality and the struggle for breath among BAME communities and families, exacerbated by the pandemic. the play explores the grip of two interconnected viruses currently killing in the UK; COVID-19 and racial discrimination; and the importance of oxygen for our lungs and for life. The fictionalised experiences in this play are based on comprehensive research by the Consortium on Practices of Wellbeing and Resilience of BAME families and communities (Co-POWeR) and was co-developed with research participants from BAME families and communities across England and Wales.”

Date and time: Monday, 23rd May 2022 at 7:30 pm
Brady Arts Centre
192-196 Hanbury Street
London, E1 5HU

Book here: bit.ly/bradybreaDth