“Who do you blame? The man, the gun, or politics?”
Berker travels from Britain to Turkey to meet his estranged father, but it’s too late: his sister Elif informs him that their Baba has already died. A family reunion becomes an exhilarating whodunnit investigation as Berker discovers the truth about his roots, grieves for a man he will never truly know, and accidentally unravels a conspiracy that goes to the heart of global politics.
Featuring British spies, Turkish soldiers, and London’s Kebab shops, the winner of the Woven Voices Prize 2023 takes you on an inventive, fast-paced exploration of identity, belonging, and history spanning five decades. Aaron Kilercioglu’s previous award-winning work includes the sell-out hit For a Palestinian and has been seen at Bristol Old Vic, the Camden People’s Theatre and Underbelly.
A co-production with Woven Voices.
“A complex and radical exploration of the human condition”
“I was blown away by For a Palestinian”
“A strong piece of theatre that leaves a durable impression”