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Author / Creator:Rutherford, Sarah C. (Sarah Caroline), author.
Edition:First edition
Imprint:London : Bloomsbury Publishing, 2020.
Description:1 online resource (87 pages)
Series:Oberon modern plays
Oberon modern plays.
Subject:Interracial adoption -- England -- London -- Drama.
England -- Race relations -- Drama.
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Summary:"'I keep trying to find something a bit exotic in my family tree. Best I could do was a great-grandma who looks a bit tanned in the old photos.' US election night 2008. A smart inner-London 'village'. For white ex-lawyer Natasha, adoptive mother to two Ethiopian children, tonight is the ideal opportunity to get to know the small handful of other 'mothers of children of colour' at their smart private school. But as the Obamatinis start to flow, the middle-class veneer begins to crack and Natasha's carefully planned social occasion quickly unravels. Lifting the lid on a stew of racial tensions and social embarrassments, this is a hilarious, provocative and brilliantly insightful look at the new 'Beige Britain'"--About the play.
Standard no.:10.5040/9781350238732.00000004
Summary:Sam's dead at fifteen. It's a social media thing. Maybe.When bereaved mother and chaplain Thea sets off on a mission tofollow her daughter somehow, she's joined on her journey by bickeringteen twins Billie and Lenny, plus Gil -- a lost soul whose life collideswith theirs in a way that can only ever get messy.
Physical Description:1 online resource (87 pages)