Gabriel Gbadamosi's play Abolition unfolds a dark, inglorious undercurrent of 'Enlightenment' Britain. Arresting and deeply troubling, Abolition gives us the voices of people caught up in the original sin of slavery and fighting to survive it, profit from it, ignore it, or end it. Underpinned by impeccable research and uncanny fidelity to the language of […]
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Caryford Hall, Castle Cary. Doors open at 2.30pm for a 3pm start. Advance tickets £6 from www.caryfordhall.co.uk or £8 on the door/ Jane is passionate about supporting charities and spent much of her life organising community action in schools and multi ethnic youth programmes, mainly in Kosovo. On her return from working for charitable organisations […]