A play about the myths, ideas and realities of migration and identity in the twenty-first century.
Grazyna Antkiewicz lived.
Robert Dziekanski died.
Two people from Poland. One real, one imagined. What happened - or might have happened - between there and here? The distance from living the dream to waking up in a shared room in Scotland with mushrooms growing out of the carpet. From desperately missing your child to falling in love with a foreigner.
Cherry Blossom is a play by Catherine Grosvenor in collaboration with Lorne Campbell, Mark Grimmer and Leo Warner. It was first performed at the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh, in 2008.
'Dazzling and heartfelt'Herald, Scotland
'A brilliant piece of work'Edinburgh Evening News
25 Sep 2008Size: 198mm x 129mm
22 Aug 2019
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