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Prawn Paste Is Not Kosher (2010)
by Ashley Alymann
 

INTRODUCTION:
Prawn Paste is not Kosher, by Ashley Alymann looks cross cultural relationships in the eye and throws bagels at them. Fati, a Muslim woman is married to Aaron, a Jewish gynaecologist and her struggle to observe both cultures - whilst not losing sight of herself, is touching, comic and heartrending. She finds solace in her friendship with Mallory, a S.E. Asian transvestite, and continually tries to fathom what she actually likes about her self-centred South African neighbour, Rebecca except for the fact she always has such immaculate hair and nails. The story takes place over one rather stressful afternoon as Fati prepares to observe Pesach why is it always at these gatherings of friends and family that tongues loosen and the worms struggle to remain in the can?

SHOW VENUE DETAILS:
The Etcetera Theatre, 265 Camden High Street, LONDON, NW1 7BU
Sunday 27th June, 2010, 8.30pm

 

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