YOU ARE AFRICAN FIRST BEFORE ANYTHING

PRESENTED BY Steelacts Productions
"Remember you are African first before anything," wise words from Chile’s mother. They could communicate better, but will she listen? Mum’s word is final.

A mother and daughter with opposing perspectives on life. The old vs. the new. You Are African First Before Anything highlights the strained relationship between a British Nigerian Woman in her mid 20’s and her very traditional mother, exploring marriage, customs and feminism. 

19 MAR
7PM
£13 STANDARD
£11 CONCESSION

YOU ARE AFRICAN FIRST BEFORE ANYTHING

PRESENTED BY Steelacts Productions
"Remember you are African first before anything," wise words from Chile’s mother. They could communicate better, but will she listen? Mum’s word is final.

A mother and daughter with opposing perspectives on life. The old vs. the new. You Are African First Before Anything highlights the strained relationship between a British Nigerian Woman in her mid 20’s and her very traditional mother, exploring marriage, customs and feminism. 

19 MAR
7PM
£13 STANDARD
£11 CONCESSION

Cast

Ophelia Charlesworth

Production Team

Writer

Ophelia Charlesworth

Director 

Luka Cvitkovic

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Content Warnings

This piece explores death and grief.

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Age Recommendation

12+

Duration

1h

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