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Lydia Adetunji

ISBN: 9781848420649

Set in northern Nigeria against a backdrop of global turmoil and corruption, Lydia Adetunji's Fixer is a fast-paced drama that asks questions about integrity, loyalty and the price of human life.

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Chuks wants to run a bar. He wants to make money and send it to his family. But Chuks used to be a fixer, a go-between for foreign journalists and local groups. When militants attack a new oil pipeline, British journalists and international spin doctors rush to the scene: everyone wants the inside story. As more players get involved, the stakes get higher. They'll make it worth his while, but if Chuks joins the game, will he ever be able to leave?
Lydia Adetunji

Lydia Adetunji

Lydia Adetunji won the Almeida Theatre's Write competition in 2006, and subsequently completed attachments to both the Royal Court and the National Theatre Studio. Her first full-length play Fixer premiered at the Hightide Festival in Suffolk in May last year. Fixer was also chosen as an outstanding example of intenational Theatre at the National Play Festival in Brisbane, 2010. Other ... view full profile

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