Anka got in and is here for good.
Olufemi is being coached to break back in.
Bashir has been here forever but he's just been sent to limbo.
Lisa wants to send them all home.
Welcome to England.
A journey into to the heart of what it is to be a citizen, and finding a place where you belong.
A cutting new play about immigration and exile, and what happens when people fall through the cracks, Routes opens up the borders of friendship and family.
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Routes by Rachel De-lahay is a cutting new play about immigration and exile, and what happens when people fall through the cracks.About the Author:
Rachel De-lahay's debut play at the Royal Court was The Westbridge, which opened at the Bussey Building in Peckham in 2011 as part of Theatre Local, before playing to full houses in the Jerwood Theatre Upstairs. It was awarded the Alfred Fagon Award, while still unproduced. Rachel was part of the Royal Court's Unheard Voices Writers' Programme and won the 2012 Writers' Guild Award for Best Play. She is currently under commission with the National Theatre Studio, Film Four, and Birmingham Rep.
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