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Bombay Dreams archiveA musical set in the romantic arena of the Bollywood film industry. A young Bollywood film director, the daughter of a wealthy Bombay producer, falls in love with a man from the slums. The story charts their fight against prejudice. Bombay Dreams website.

Cast/Performers

Stephen Rahman-Hughes (Akaash), Zehra Naqvi (Priya), Ravin J Ganatra (Madan), Munir Khairdin (Vikram), Royce Ullah (JK), Raj Ghatak (Sweetie), Sophiya Haque (Rani), Nila Aalia (Kitty), Marina Abdeen, Stephen Berkeley-White, Ralph Birtwell, Lara Costa, Chris Crocker, Sharon Gomez, Rebecca Grant, Sophiya Haque, Floyd Hendricks, Stephen Hughes, Melissa Hunte, Irvine Iqbal, Rashid Karapiet, Daniel Lindquist, Anjali Mehra, Ash Mukherjee, Zehra Naqvi, Sylvia Neira, Natalie Ngyutin, David Olton, Kella Panay, Davina Perera, Wayne Perrey, Bhasker Patel, Tania Pieri, Andrew Playfoot, Adlyn Ross, Douglas Scott-Franklin, Praveen Sond, Antonio Sussini, Paul Tilley, Royce Ullah, Lisa Stevens

Creatives/Company

Music(s): Andrew Lloyd Webber, A R Rehman
Author(s): Meera Syal, Don Black
Producer(s): Shekhar Kapur (associate producer), Realy Useful Theatre Company
Director: Steven Pimlott
Design: Mark Thompson
Choreographer(s): Anthony Van Laast, Frah Khan (Bollywood dance sequences)
Costume: Mark Thompson
Other: Christopher Nightingale (musical supervision)

Bombay Dreams

Bombay Dreams (Musical) production archive for QTIX code T473878013. Details of all Bombay Dreams archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1606233577

Archive Listings

31 May 02
  to
13 Jun 04
Apollo Victoria Theatre
West End, Greater London
Performance Details => Venue archive

Reviews

Reviews


User Review: 24Jun02: Too simplistic for the average bollywood film watcher,and my non asiann friends weren't too impressed. I did like the opening scene where all the different sounds of bombay were coming in - that's the only inspiring thing in it i'm afraid to say. Was expecting and hoping for something better.
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User Reviews

USER: Handbag (24Jun02): Too simplistic for the average bollywood film watcher,and my non asiann friends weren't too impressed. I did like the opening scene where all the different sounds of bombay were coming in - that's the only inspiring thing in it i'm afraid to say. Was expecting and hoping for something better.
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