‘Ile La Wa’ returns to the capital

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‘Ile La Wa’ returns to the capital

In the wake of the Windrush scandal, the play ‘Ile La Wa’ is returning to the capital following a sold-out run at the Richmix in 2016.

 

The play, meaning ‘We Are Home’, is based on real stories, and follows four characters who are detained without answers after failing to provide ID.

 

Written by Tolu Agbelusi and produced by Emmanuel Sugoi, ‘Ile La Wa’ runs at the Stratford Circus East from Thursday 21st - Saturday 23rd June.

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