Stella Feehily brings her trademark wit and emotional insight to this revealing play that goes behind the public face of charities, journalists and NGOs, and is drawn directly from workshops and interviews with aid workers, doctors, human rights defenders, government advisers, journalists and photographers.
A seasoned human rights defender and her idealistic young colleague embark on a trip to the Democratic Republic of Congo. For Mathilde, it's an induction into a life less ordinary. For Sadhbh it's back to madness and chaos away from her lover and London - exactly as she likes it.
But while Mathilde lets off steam with a photographer and a spliff, Sadhbh has her own encounter: tea with a smart but brutal young warlord she's investigating.
'ambitious, well-researched and sharply presented' - Guardian
'Stella Feehily's best work to date' - Whatsonstage.com
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|Size: ||564 KB|
|Publisher: ||Nick Hern Books|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781780017068 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|