A warm, funny and poignant new play from award-winning writer and director Rikki Beadle-Blair Read More >
Shalom Baby is a warm, funny and poignant new play from award-winning writer and director Rikki Beadle-Blair.
In 1930s Berlin – an intriguing city of Jazz and cabaret overpowered by the rise of Hitler and World War II – the daughter of a Jewish family falls in love with their black shabbesgoy (servant). Fast-forward to the tale of a mixed-race couple in seemingly unprejudiced modern-day Brooklyn, where the same family is coping with a number of calamities.
Shalom Baby playwright Beadle-Blair first entertained audiences at Theatre Royal Stratford East with the sell-out 2005 success Bashment, and returned with Familyman in 2008.