Black and Asian writers discuss white youth

21st August 2009



Playwrights Roy Williams and Ashmeed Sohoye talk to Aleks Sierz about two plays – Williams’s Days of Significance (RSC) and Sohoye’s Rigged (Theatre Centre) – both of which examine the condition of white working-class youth in contemporary Britain. Recorded at Theatre Centre.

A lot of people in white working-class communities are looking for a way out, and education is one option.