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FLY! Festival of Black Women’s Theatre | Script-in-hand performances of four striking short plays by newly discovered talented South Asian women writers presented by award winning Kali Theatre.

Chip Butty Chapati by Martha Pothen provides a funny, warm hearted depiction of a dual heritage mother and daughter relationship

Halima by Sabiha Mank takes an unsettling look at the effects of gun-crime and poverty on two sisters from Birmingham

Two Hearts by Sarah Isaac is a sharp, moving exploration of the effects of domestic violence through the ages

Three Dates and a Girl by Aliya Perager wittily examines LBGT themes in a South Asian dating agency


Note:  Contains strong language, references to violence, depression and mental illness. 

FLY! Festival of Black Women’s Theatre is proudly supported by Arnolfini.