***** “A powerful reminder of how dehumanised we are becoming as a
society,” - Norwich Eye
“A vital piece of political theatre,” - Outline Magazine
"Tight writing, sharp and compellingly watchable with direction that made light work of what could be a particularly dense text" - The Play's The Thing
In Brexit Britain, can love survive borders?
Award-winning playwright Michelle Sewell presents a sharp and quick-witted political drama that cuts through the heart of our immigration system to examine what it means for modern relationships.
UK Visas and Immigration Officers scrutinise and dissect the minutiae of a young couple's turbulent marriage to decide on whether 3717 photos, Tesco receipts and occasional indulgences from Ann Summers qualifies them as being in love and able to remain in the UK.
Director: Olivia Furber
Writer: Michelle Sewell
Cast: Annice Boparai, James El Sharawy, Christopher Sherwood
Set & Video Designer: Ruth Sutcliffe
Sound Design: Ross Flight
A HACK Theatre project
Performed at VAULTS festival (London) in March 2020. Nominated for the Festival Spirit Award and Origins Award.