World Music
Paperback, 84 pages ISBN: 9781854597625Publication Date:
30 May 2003
Size: 195mm x 130mm£8.99 £7.19You save £1.80 (20%)
First Staged:
Crucible, Sheffield 2003; transferring to Donmar Warehouse, 2004

World Music

By Steve Waters

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A subtle and topical play about European attitudes to Africa.

The troubled and bloody relationship between Africa and Europe spills into the personal lives and loves of two generations. Drawing on the tragic history of central Africa, Steve Waters' play World Music shows how the deeds of the past contaminate our hopes for the future.

World Music was first staged at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, in 2003, transferring to the Donmar Warehouse, London, in 2004.

Press Quotes

'Bold new drama... exceptionally ambitious'


'Explosive piece that deftly illustrates how platitudes and preconceptions can blow up in your face... urgent and essential viewing'

The Times
Paperback,84 pages ISBN: 9781854597625Publication Date:
30 May 2003
Size: 195mm x 130mm£8.99 £7.19You save £1.80 (20%)

Also by Steve Waters:

In a Vulnerable Place
Fast Labour
The Last King of Scotland
On the Beach
The Contingency Plan
Little Platoons
The Secret Life of Plays
The Unthinkable
The Play About Calais
Death of a Cyclist
The Contingency Plan
Out of Your Knowledge
Steve Waters: Shorts
Why Can't We Live Together?

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