Roger Goldsmith is currently developing a play about Althea Gibson, the first black tennis player to win Wimbledon, entitled ‘Everything Was White’. He was attracted to the story when he read an article about Althea Gibson and her lifelong friendship with Angela Buxton, a Jewish tennis player, and Althea’s doubles partner. Both were discriminated against for their colour and ethnicity. They won the French and Wimbledon doubles titles in the 50s. In later life Althea became very ill and was financially destitute and threatened to take her own life, until Angela organised a fund on Althea’s behalf and saved her life.