RADA Festival: August Town by Claire Prempeh

To a modern viewer spoilt by productions seemingly intent on diminishing any need for the audience to suspend disbelief, Claire Prempeh’s new play ‘August Town’ might have first appeared as some sort of special Caribbean brew for disaster. However, although interwoven with spirits and demons, exorcisms and magic,  director Daniel Raggett’s production developed into a poignant and haunting exploration of lust, love and loyalties.

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