Ebook, 42 pages ISBN: 9781780019574Publication Date:
19 Oct 2017
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First Staged:
Royal Court Theatre, London, 2008 (rehearsed reading)


By Kamal Khalladi Translated by Houda Echouafni

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Three weeks after Youssef and Sana'a's wedding, Youssef accepts a military peacekeeping expedition in the Congo. Will either of them be the same people when he returns?

Damage by Moroccan writer Kamal Khalladi was first performed in this English translation by Houda Echouafni as a rehearsed reading at the Royal Court Theatre, London, in 2008.

It was developed as part of an ambitious project by the Royal Court Theatre's International Department and the British Council, working with twenty-one writers from across the Near East and North Africa.

Damage is also available in the collection Plays from the Arab World.

Ebook,42 pages ISBN: 9781780019574Publication Date:
19 Oct 2017
£5.99 £4.79You save £1.20 (20%)
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