“Entertaining and revealing... you want to see more from this writer.” - The Times
“Okoh’s play is punchy and funny, and generates much laughter of recognition.” - The Stage
A fast and funny family drama about intergenerational and cross-cultural relationships - containing plenty of spicy bits…
It’s the anniversary of John Anyia’s death, and the Anyias are packing their suitcases, preparing to head home to Nigeria for a memorial service in his honour. But before they go, they’re going to have to get rid of some excess baggage.
Janice Okoh won the Bruntwood Playwrighting Competition (in association with Manchester Royal Exchange) in 2011, and was shortlisted for the Verity Bargate Award and the Alfred Fagon Award for her play The Real House (Three Birds).