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Performance

VenueHome Theatre
TownManchester
CountyGreater Manchester
From15th May 2024
To25th May 2024
What is currently on at Home Theatre (V1858052535)

Frankie Goes to Bollywood

Frankie Goes to BollywoodT0430379488
Get swept away into the dazzling world of Bollywood! Frankie never wanted to be a star, she just wanted a family - and after a chance encounter with an up-and-coming director, she finds herself transported to Bollywood. As she climbs the sparkling staircase of stardom, Frankie has to confront what she is willing to do for fame and fortune. Can she stay in the Bollywood family and still be true to herself? Inspired by real stories of British women who have been caught in the spotlight of the biggest film industry in the world, Frankie Goes to Bollywood is a breathtakingly colourful journey of romance, sweeping songs and vibrant dance. Amidst the heroes and the villains, the costumes and the spectacle, get ready for this tale of being British in Bollywood.
Book by Pravesh Kumar
Music Niraj Chag
Lyrics Tasha Taylor-Johnson


Archive :: production:T0430379488, musical:S1281114363, venue:V1858052535
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Company

Producer Rifco Theatre Company
Producer Watford Palace Theatre
Producer HOME Manchester
Director Pravesh Kumar
Design Rebecca Brower
Lighting Philip Gladwell
Costume Andy Kumar
Director Andy Kumar (movement)
Sound Chris Murray
Musical Director Josh Sood (and musical supervisor)
Director Ameet Chana (associate director)
Performer Laila Zaidi (Frankie)
Performer Helen K Wint (Malika)
Performer Shakil Hussain (Raju King)
Performer Gigi Zahir (Shona)
Performer Navin Kundra (Prem)
Performer Katie Stasi (Goldy)
Performer Tash Bacarese-Hamilton
Performer Hari Chandresh
Performer Kuldeep Goswami
Performer Nikita Johal
Performer Anna Maria Barber
Performer Dhruv Ravi
Performer Qoobi Robinson
Performer Tamara Verhoven Clyde
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