This play script aims to build on the resistive potential offered by performance art, specifically theatre, and embed it within the framework of an auto-ethnographic approach to archiving everyday racism in London. While academic work strictly abiding by institutionally dictated standards of scholarship can and have been useful to understand the many manifestations of power complexes in different societies, creative explorations of lived realities produce possibilities of interrogation to a larger public that is otherwise unable to access these conversations or are simply disillusioned of their benefit. The purpose of this reflection is to also open up larger conversations around the banality of power structures and how they are carried across national borders, histories and contexts.