Orange Juice

  • The Burton Taylor Studio The Oxford Playhouse 11-12 Beaumont St, Oxford OX1 2LW UK

Stuck between Ravi, his boisterously libidinous friend, and Miriam, his devout and traditional mother, Adam, a young British Pakistani Muslim is forced to discover who he really is, and who he wants to be.

Adam is on the verge of becoming a man, but how easy is that transition? During his journey, he will be confronted with startling truths about people he thought he knew most about, as well as himself.

A new play by Karim Khan.

Ages 14+. 70 mins. In the BT Studio. £10.

Akshay Nugent will take centre stage in Orange Juice as Adam. 

The play is directed by Dale Monie. 

The play will be accompanied with beautiful Indian classical music, performed live by two local talents. Praveen Prathapan will play the flute, while Krishnaprasad KV will play the harmonium and sing qawwali. 

★★★★ "The play offers a heart-warming portrayal of what it means to be British in this day and age" - The Oxford Student.