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Chris Thompson is a Melbourne-based writer, director, teacher and arts manager. He has won two AWGIE Awards for his plays, Shady Characters and The Bridge and received nominations for A Neutral Script and Spinning The Line. He is the founding member of HotHouse Theatre, Albury-Wodonga.

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‘bless this country, God bless karaoke and God save the Queen.’

It’s karaoke night at The Albion, a proper East End boozer and the unofficial home of the English Protection Army. Paul runs the pub, girlfriend Christine rules the roost, and little brother Jayson hosts the karaoke.

On the eve of a demonstration tensions are running high. The mosque want to build a community centre next door and the English Protection Army aren’t happy. Paul is going to fight this tooth and nail, but he knows the public won’t listen to a bunch of hooligans. Meanwhile, younger brother Jayson thinks this could be his time to shine. Family or not, this is England and it’s time to take it back.

Albion examines the turbulent rise of the new far right in modern day Britain. When they embrace diversity, just how far can the far right go?

Cast : 6F, 8M, doubling possible
Oberon Books, UK | 978-1-78319-146-8 | Sales Rights: Australia/NZ only | PB
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Tommy Anderson was born in a prison, and he died in one too. The last moments of his life are recorded on CCTV, and yet no one can answer the simple question: whose fault was it?

His mother Anne blames Marcus, the guard who was supposed to be looking after him. Marcus, acquitted by the courts but tormented by his part in Tommy’s death, wants the family’s social worker to admit to the role she played. And social worker Sue can’t work out when it was she stopped caring.

Piecing together a boy’s life and death in care, Carthage asks who should raise our children when the systems designed to protect them
Oberon Books UK | 978-1-78319-069-0 | Sales Rights: Aust/NZ only | PB