An unsettling, intelligent and savagely funny play about oil geopolitics and the price of human life.
An attack on a pipeline in Northern Nigeria. Journalists and PR consultants rush to the scene. Everyone wants control of the story – and they’re prepared to pay. For the reporters, this could be the exclusive that makes their careers. For Chuks, their fixer, the stakes are even higher.
Lydia Adetunji’s play Fixer premiered at the Oval House Theatre, London, in 2011, as part of the ‘London via Lagos’ new writing festival.
‘For a play that lasts a mere ninety minutes, Fixer packs a hefty punch’
‘Sharply written – Lydia Adetunji is a real talent’
— One World
‘[One of] the brightest new stars in British political theatre’