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Deema is a good daughter and a loving sister. It's her family that's the problem. In their back garden in Birmingham, her mum Zainab is nurturing plants from Kashmir and her dad Rafique is day-dreaming of million-pound homes in the Cotswolds.
Meanwhile, out on the streets, her mixed up brother Tariq is rapidly going from bad to worse. She's doing her best to hold it all together, but it's time for them to learn a few home truths.
Deadeye paints a fresh and uncompromising portrait of modern life, exposing the misunderstandings and hypocrisies that divide the generations. It opened at The Door, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, in October 2006 followed by a UK tour, in a production by Kali Theatre.