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Made in India – Tron Theatre, Glasgow

  Writer: Satinder Chohan Director: Katie Posner Reviewer: Rachel Watson The Tron Theatre is such a unique place to watch a play, with three small performance spaces, each production is so personal you truly feel part of the show, Made in India is no different. This fantastic play follows three very different women who are brought together through the business of ...

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Blood – The DOOR, Birmingham REP

Writer: Emteaz Hussain Director: Esther Richardson Reviewer: Selwyn Knight Caneze and Sully are teenagers in love. But Caneze’s brother disapproves – Caneze is an A grade student hoping to study pharmacy at university; Sully is a downbeat cook. As they become more serious, her well-connected brother takes steps to stop the relationship and install his friend as her new, upgraded, ...

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The Husbands – mac, Birmingham

Writer: Sharmila Chauhan Director: Janet Steel Reviewer: George Attwell Gerhards The Husbands, a new play by Sharmila Chauhan, has at its core a brilliantly bizarre and interesting premise. Chauhan takes a refreshing risk in creating a whole fictional community for her drama to take place in; but it certainly does pay dividends as what enfolds is uniquely fascinating. The Husbands ...

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Arabian Nights – The Library Theatre Company at The Lowry, Salford

Writer: Dominic Cooke Music: Arun Ghosh Director: Amy Leach Reviewer: Helen Jones [rating:4.5] The Library Theatre Company have once again brought their Christmas show to the Lowry and this year it is a treat for the senses.Arabian Nights is based upon the book of collated stories from South and West Asia compiled in the tenth and eleventh centuries. The production ...

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Kabaddi Kabaddi Kabaddi – Mercury Theatre Studio, Colchester

Writer: Satinder Chohan Director: Helena Bell Composer and Sound Designer: Arun Ghosh Reviewer: Michael Gray [rating:4]   “Kabaddi, sport of our forefathers.” This new piece by Satinder Chohan, developed last year in Bracknell, premiered this week in Colchester before touring, explores themes of identity, rivalry and betrayal, using the fast-moving and unbelievably physical Indian game as a central dramatic metaphor. ...

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