The Lahnee's Pleasure
by Ronnie Govender. A satirical comedy set in a pub, and dealing with Black Consciousness issues. A hugely successful play, it was developed through improvisation with actors Mohammed Alli, Kessie Govender and Essop Kahn. First performed as a one-act play at the SABTU/TECON Theatre Festivals in Durban and Cape Town, it was expanded to a two act play and performed in the Shah Theatre, Durban in 1977 and at the Market Theatre in 1978. Published by Ravan Press 1977.
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