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'Where's all the people saying that London's such a great city? I'm standing here looking out, and every way you turn, you can feel the ose turning tighter around your neck.' Gold matters to Simon. His family needs cash, but is it worth sacrificing the respect and trust of the people he loves in order to get it? Pure Gold is an exquisitely crafted and searing new play from Michael Bhim, past winner of the prestigious Alfred Fagon Award. It premiered in a co-production between Talawa Theatre Company and Soho Theatre on 27 September 2007.
Michael Bhim is a young playwright who has worked with the Royal Court Theatre, the Soho, the Tricycle and Paines Plough. He is currently on attachment at the Soho and is a past winner of the prestigious Alfred Fagon Award for most outstanding achievement by a writer of Caribbean decent. His play Distant Violence has just been nominated for the Meyer Whitworth Award.