Once there was Pangaea, now we have a broken world. But this is the language of unity. Theatre meets spoken word... Over the past 60 years, there has been a ground-breaking increase in cultural diversity throughout Britain, resulting in the urge to achieve equality through cultural preservation. In our rapidly changing society, the living culture of Britain is hard to define. We follow a group of students from different corners of the globe thrown together into the melting pot of contemporary multiculturalism. Can a universal language such as music transcend cultural identity within a racially diverse university lifestyle?