Theatre503 and Relentless Productions present a tale of refuge and relationships in My Brother’s Keeper
Two refugee brothers. A small British town hostile to immigration.
Embarking on a story of intricate relationships within a community on the brink of great change, Relentless Productions and Theatre503 present My Brother’s Keeper. This pivotal production depicts a story of love, pain and learning as two refugee brothers search for their place within a small British town bending in the face of imminent change. My Brother’s Keeper explores the politics of immigration, religion and sexuality as we follow two families colliding to form a safe haven within a hostile climate.
When the parallel pairings of refugee brothers Aman and Hassan and father-son business owners Bill and Aidan meet, the utopia they find in each other’s company offers a hopeful glimpse into what could develop in the face of the outside pressures and strain. This production tackles the fear of immigration of those of Muslim heritage in predominantly White Communities, and the change that comes from bringing the two together.