Opening at the Edinburgh Festival and then touring Scotland with 7:84 Theatre Company, this is a topical play about society's war against terror and its consequences. Inspired by recent events and the De Menezes shooting, it is suitable for schools, colleges and youth theatres. The author is an established poet and artist as well as a playwright. It features: Tony, a policeman, wishes he could turn the clock back; Jack who knows that what's done is done; Parvez, a young Asian man, who can't believe that Sara is back from beyond and this time she seems to have all the answers.
Raman Mundair is a writer and artist. She was born in India and has lived across the UK but felt most at home in the Shetland Islands. Currently Raman is a Scottish Arts Council Writing Fellow based in Glasgow. In 2005 she was awarded a mentorship with the Playwrights Studio Scotland and in 2006 was runner up in the Penguin Decibel prize for short fiction. An established poet, she is the author of Lovers, Liars, Conjurers and Thieves (Peepal Tree Press) and A Choreographer's Cartography, published in Spring 2007.