11 Josephine House

First performed at the Almost Free Theatre in 1972, the play is a romantic comedy set in St Paul's, Bristol, during the late 1960s. Focusing on the entwined relationships within a West Indian family, the play explores the way in which religion could bring love and respect in a community torn by the English system and way of life. It was co-produced by two leading Black British companies in memory of Alfred Fagon who died the previous year.

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Physical Description: 1 programme (TFRS 218)