Elmina's Kitchen (Methuen Drama)
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Paperback (94 pages)
Editorial DescriptionThis first major play by a young, British, black writer is a portrait of a one-parent family struggling to stay within the law amidst a sea of thievery, protection rackets and yardie violence on Hackney's Murder Mile.Kwame Kwei-Armah, a television actor and playwright, lives in London. Elmina's Kitchen premiered at the Royal National Theatre in spring 2003.
Reader ReviewsElmina's Kitchen
Good play, although the author was a little bit overambitious in trying to capture the dialect.