Part of a double bill also featuring The Trials of Brother Jero, the play is 'a satirical comedy about a phoney prophet, Dalabani' and takes the form of a dramatic poem exploring the spirit of Old Africa. The performance used a variety of dances, drums and rituals from Sierra Leone, the author's country of origin. The cast included Frank Cousins, the founder of the Dark and Light Theatre company - the first touring black theatre companies in England.

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