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‘The Radicalisation of Vir Singh’  (2017) is a short play about Indian Soldiers in WWI. I researched this play at the Kew National Archives. It was produced by Tamasha Theatre Co and The National Archives, Kew.

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You can listen to the play by clicking on the link below.

(http://media.nationalarchives.gov.uk/index.php/radicalisation-vir-singh-play-challenges-serving-indian-soldier-first-world-war/)

The play was also performed at the Home Office as part of a celebration of Sikh Culture.

 

 

No More Poundshop Wars 

I wrote this as part of my residency with BBC Writersroom. It was a short play which was performed at Live Theatre Newcastle (March 2012), it was based on the theme of a parade of shops. I read an article in the newspaper about two Pound shops having price wars in Eccles…so I wrote this play which was filmed by Slung Low.

 

 

The Alligator Club

As a collective of ten writers (https://thealligatorclub.wordpress.com/) we produced 6 shows across the Northwest in 2013. I curated, wrote and produced on two of these shows, “Blackout” at the Dukes, Lanacaster and “The Love Inn” (Octogon Theatre, Bolton)

Here’s a quick look at Blackout at the Dukes, Lancaster

And here’s a look at the Love Inn co-produced by Octagon Theatre, Bolton and performed at Smithills Hall, Bolton

 

 

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