By Pat Cumper. The relationship of three best friends is tested when money gets involved.
They say in times of need it's better to have a friend than money. But is that really true?
The relationship of three life-long friends is sorely tested when they consider forming a Pardna. A popular Jamaican tradition, a Pardna is a partnership among friends to save collectively for life's little emergencies. But in this case it may be the friendship that needs saving.
Pat Cumper's timely drama about sex, death, friendship, love, and of course, money.
Directed by Helen Perry
A BBC Cymru/Wales Production
Pat Cumper MBE is an award winning playwright, past leader of Talawa - the UK's largest Black led theatre company, and an established writer whose radio dramas have won the Race In Media award and a Sony Award.