Back in late-February, I interviewed local writer Clive Essame about his play Impisi, which he wrote on a trip to South Africa in 2010. It's a great story of characters living with disability - the twist being that all the characters are animals. The title is the Zulu word for hyena, and the main protagonist is a lion called Nkosi, whose life changes forever when he gets caught in a wire snare and is permanently disfigured.
You can also buy copies of the play and a licence to perform it from the same website. Click here to follow developments via the Facebook page, or click below to see the trailer for the original production: