KURAN DOHIL: The religion of a modern romance - Eastern Eye

The religion of a modern romance

by ASJAD NAZIR KURAN DOHIL STARS IN THOUGHT-PROVOKING PLAY COCONUT MOST British Asians can relate to falling in love with someone considered the “wrong person” by their family and community. New theater play Coconut explores this with the story of a British Muslim female disconnected from her culture who falls in love with a white man. Things get complicated further when he decides to convert to Islam and she becomes too western for him. The culture clash comedy has a female-led team that includes writer Guleraana Mir, director Made­laine Moore and lead star Kuran Dohil, who takes on her first major…

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