'Postcard from the Future- England' by Dreda Say Mitchell and Tony Mason
50 years from now, what will the UK look like? Four respected wordsmiths write and perform monologues for us from the perspective of a post Brexit Britain in 2069.
Writers, Dreda Say Mitchell and Tony Mason, send you a Postcard From The Future.
The Equalities Voice Act, 2066, has been enacted making it an offence to deny most people a platform to have their voice heard. England, 2066, is the envy of the world because young, old, black, white, gay, straight, working-class, middle-class, have the right to discuss their opinions freely
It wasn’t always like this. Back in the day many groups believed they did not have a voice in shaping the type of England they lived in. They felt invisible.
In a monologue style two people share how the Equalities Voice Act has changed their lives.
DREDA SAY MITCHALL is an award-winning and best-selling author of ten novels. She was the first Black British author to receive the Crime Writers’ Associations’ John Creasey Dagger. Since 2005 Tony Mason has co-authored five novels with Dreda and pursues his own writing projects.