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Naked Soldiers
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Naked Soldiers

Mark Norfolk
 
There’s been a near fatal stabbing in a local park and a young teenager is in a critical condition. Seventeen-year-old Tony has been accused of what has been called a racially motivated crime and goes on the run. But he has chosen to hide out in a place where Jamal, an African refugee is also hiding. The two fugitives, forced to co-exist in their self imposed exile find themselves as hostages to fortune. However, they must each set aside their preconceived prejudices as they discover things about themselves as human beings.

The play asks to what extent does political manipulation and experimentation keep us in the state in which we live, and who’s pulling the strings?



Cast : 3M, 1F
Oberon Books | 978-1-84943-019-7 | Sales rights: Australia/NZ | PB
Where the Flowers Grow
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Where the Flowers Grow

Mark Norfolk
 
To all intents and purposes Vernon has fulfilled his ambitions. He has a good job and a suburban lifestyle with his wife and teenage son. But things change when austerity measures put his job under threat and soon Vernon begins to neglect his family whilst fighting redundancy. When a tragedy at work forces him to look closer to home, he discovers that communicating with loved ones in a postmodern technological age is not as easy as he thinks.





Cast : 2M, 1F
Oberon Books, UK | 978-1-84943-046-3 | Sales rights: Australia/NZ | PB
Wrong Place
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Wrong Place

Mark Norfolk
 
Whether a man innocent or guilty, a black man is guilty by virtue of the colour of his skin. I learn that a long time ago. That's how the white man see it. That's how it stay.

Trevor’s in trouble with the law – again. But this time it's serious. He faces twelve years behind bars. Roddy, Trevor’s dad, came to Britain in the 1960s and did the right thing – worked seven days a week to put food on the table and a roof over his family's head. But now things have changed. Not only is he about to lose his son, but also his job and his marriage. And just when things couldn’t get much worse, Trevor's uncle Monty shows up.



Oberon Books | 978-1-84002-400-5 | Sales rights: Australia/NZ | PB