Trevor’s in trouble with the law – again. But this time it's serious. He faces twelve years behind bars. Roddy, Trevor’s dad, came to Britain in the Sixties and did the right thing – worked seven days a week to put food on the table and a roof over his family's head. But now things have changed. Not only is he about to lose his son, but also his job and his marriage. And just when things couldn’t get much worse, Trevor's uncle Monty shows up.
Wrong Place ‘Whether a man innocent or guilty, a black man is guilty by virtue of the colour of his skin. I learn that a long time ago. That's how the white man see it. That's how it stay.'
Produced at the Soho Theatre, London, in October 2003.