Khalida is a dynamic, poetic and politically relevant production featuring the confessions and testimony of Said, a man in flight from a conflict zone in the Middle East who has found himself in an oil producing country in the economic North. Drawing resonances from the ongoing Arab spring, the play provides an opportunity to explore cultural alienation and gender diversity in contemporary multicultural society.

I wrote this play as a gift for my friend, Addil Hussain, who was Saddam Hussein's favourite actor. As you'll see from the testimonials embedded in the video, it is a dynamic and vital piece of theatre.

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David Fancy

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