by Mike Bartlett
directed by James Grieve
From nabokov and the Bush Theatre, London Sixteen-year-old Kelly is having a normal Saturday when her unknown father, who is Iraqi, turns up out of the blue. He's smuggled a priceless antique from the Baghdad Museum and wants Kelly to look after it. He's got a plane to catch, but Kelly threatens to smash it unless he stays and gets to know her, launching an epic journey of discovery in a tender and provocative play about family, identity and the clash of cultures from rising star playwright Mike Bartlett, writer-in-residence at the Royal Court and recipient of a 2007 London Evening Standard nomination for best new playwright.