GREENWICH playwright Roy Williams will see his short work about multiculturalism in Britain travel to China for the Beijing International Fringe Festival.

There’s Only One Wayne Lee is part of a double bill running at Southwark Playhouse from August 30 to September 3, and will head to the Far East next month.

It will be the first time a British production has been presented at the pioneering festival.

Williams' play is billed as a coming of age tale about what it means to try to fit in and thrive in contemporary Britain and will show alongside Mary Mazzilli's absurdist culture clash short Magical Chairs.

There will also be a special event after the show on August 31, with acclaimed theatre critic Aleks Sierz talking to the two writers, director Jonathan Man and producer David Ahlbrecht about intercultural theatre and new writing.

For more information and to book tickets,