A revival of Kwame Kwei-Armah’s groundbreaking play ‘Fix Up’ returns to theatre-land this month. Directed by Landé Belo with a cast which includes
Richard Bobb-Semple, Isaiah Bobb-Semple, Kieron
Mieres and Jasmine Rachelle, the play is set in a black conscious
bookshop in Tottenham during Black History Month October in 2004. With the bookshop as a central location, through the characters, dialogue and interactions, the play explores themes of race and identity examining what it is to be a Black Briton in contemporary Britain.
Fix Up is showing at the Tower Theatre in Stoke Newington from 26th June – 6th July and tickets start from £12. For bookings visit here.