"I just thought it would be a secret I’d have to die with. And now – I think it’ll be what kills me."
"Very clever… plenty of moral meat to sink your teeth into."Time Out
"A bit of a cracker... Iman Qureshi's play tackles, with grace and dignity, the tricky subject of Islamic attitudes to same-sex relationships. It's a play that makes a humane point without lapsing into preachiness."The Guardian
"A sensitive and nuanced exploration of sexuality and the Islamic faith... elegantly drawn."The Stage
Funeral Director, The Script
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Life as the director of a Muslim funeral parlour isn't always easy, but Ayesha has things pretty sorted. She and Zeyd share everything: a marriage, a business, a future.