Finally everything has been sorted, a new partnership between Kali, The Public and ourselves is in place (with Raidene from Birmingham Rep lending fantastic support!) A new house has been found to stage the show in – this time it’s in the Black Country near Wednesbury. Licences have been applied for and tickets are on sale.
For those of you who didn’t see this fantastic production before – now is your chance. It is an intense and moving play, the action takes place in the kitchen of a Punjabi home, so we as the audience all sit together in the kitchen as it unfolds.
The audience is limited to about 20 people a time, so as a member of the audience, you really feel like you are part of the whole thing as the action unfolds. You feel part of the event, from the moment you arrive at the house and are welcomed by the family, to the moment you leave.
We will also be staging the performance in three private homes in the area – so if you have a large kitchen/diner and would like to see this show in your house, get in touch with us and we’ll see if it is possible for your home to be included.
Tickets and performances are limited, so make sure you book early for this show which The Guardian described as “one of the most inventive pieces of theatre I’ve seen this year.”
For more information about the show and booking tickets click here
And for more information about last years show, take a look through our blogs
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