In a rundown park, two teenage runaways Tazeem and Nosheen hang out, chatting to the boys and an old bag lady, trying to reconcile being British with their Pakistani cultural traditions. Wearing a hijab while smoking and swearing gives a sense of belonging, but freedom does not come easily for any of them.
Plays by Emteaz Hussain
Emteaz Hussain is a playwright and performance poet. She has worked nationally as a Workshop Practitioner within a wide range of statutory, community and voluntary settings. These included pupil referral units, primary and secondary schools, drug and alcohol projects, youth clubs, and Asian Women’s projects. A member of the Writers Guild of Great Britain, Writers in Prison Network, National Association of Writers in Education and British Actors Equity Association, she has toured nationally and internationally with Transglobal Underground, Fundamental, Hustlers HC and as ‘Backing Poet’ for the Benjamin Zephaniah Band. Her plays Sweet Cider and Blood have both been produced by Tamasha Theatre Company.