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Citizens of Nowhere?

Djanogly Gallery Cafe, Nottingham Lakeside Arts, University Park, Nottinghamshire, NG7 2RD
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Monday 4 February, 6pm-6.45pm & 8pm-8.45pm, 45 minutes (no interval)
Where: Djanogly Gallery Cafe at Nottingham Lakeside Arts
Suitable for ages 14+
£12 (£10 concessions) - to book tickets please click on the website link above

A funny and moving real-time live audio drama which invites the audience to eavesdrop on the British Chinese Lo family at a moment of conflict as they prepare for a family wedding.

Writer's Guild award-winning Ming Ho's script explores generational and cultural identity clashes. Taking place at Lakeside's Gallery Café, the actors will be seated among the audience who simultaneously experience their conversations through headphones. 
 

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