Synopsis

In 1945 Nigerian Tunji Sowande arrived in the UK. He came here after the war, fuelled by his passions for classical music and for cricket, both of which feature prominently in the play. He also read for the Bar, later becoming the first black Head of Chambers and the first black Judge. Sowande muses on Imperialism, Colonialism and Black people’s struggles for freedom, justice and human rights, in Africa and the diaspora.

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