THROUGHOUT the seemingly endless Brexit debates, the British electorate has maintained its famous reticence when it comes to expressing strong opinions, especially on social media.

Setting irony aside, during a time when the UK seems pretty divided, a new show examines the thorny questions of national identify and our ability to make our voices heard, and the good news is, it’s coming to the Malvern Cube this month.

The title, appropriately enough, is Motherland, and it more than touches upon the Indian diaspora; but what else can an audience expect?

A spokesman said: “Motherland is a visceral full bodied dragged up howl of a show exploring nationalism, identity and our ability to speak out.

“Some people say it’s about British values. Some people say it’s not about intolerance, it’s about not tolerating intolerance. Some people say they don’t mind change but it’s happening too fast.

The spokesman added: “And what do you say? In Motherland, Jo Tyabji unapologetically reclaims the voices of politicians, You-Tubers, British Indians and people with Overseas Citizenship of India status.

“In an era of India Rising and people Taking Back Britain, this is a show that asks: who are you, first?”

The OCI was introduced “in response to demands for dual citizenship by the Indian diaspora, particularly in developed countries”.

Motherland is created and performed by Jo Tyabji, who was resident director at the NT Studio and has held residencies at Theatre Deli, Routes North, Bradford’s FUSE Art Space and Northern Stage.

Jo is Co-Artistic Director and founder of ivo theatre and Company Associate at Milk Presents.

Motherland is produced in association with Milk Presents (BULLISH, JOAN) and supported by Arts Council England, In Good Company, The Bush and Battersea Arts Centre.

It will come to The Cube in Malvern on November 17, at 8pm. as part of The Feast Festival.

Tickets: 01684 575 363.