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White Open Spaces

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About the Show Less...

A collection of monologues uncovering the complex layers of fear and misconception that cause prejudice and the similarities and shared beliefs that can bond. Read More >

In 2004, Trevor Phillips, Chair of the Commission for Race Equality , asked of the countryside is guilty of a "passive apartheid" and suggested that there is an urban and rural divide in our attitude to race.

Ignited by this suggestion, a group of writers explored multiculturalism, environment and identity while on retreat in rural Shropshire. Those involved were from diverse backgrounds – urban, rural and travelling – with different experiences and understanding of multiculturalism. The resulting monologues uncover the complex layers of fear and misconception that cause prejudice and the similarities and shared beliefs that can bond.

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Important Dates & Timing

Previews From: 26/09/2006

Opening Night: 28/09/2006

Closing Night: 14/10/2006

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Cast & Creative

Cast

Janice Connolly, Habib Nasib Nader, Godfrey Jackman, Saraj Chaudhry and Endy McKay

Creative

Director - Theresa Heskins

Producer - Pentabus Theatre in association with BBC Radio Drama

Author - Francesca Beard, Sonali Bhattacharyya, Ian Marchant, Kara Miller, Richard Rai O'Neil and Rommi Smithl

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