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India, 1975, and a callous government has declared a State of Emergency. In these uncertain times, Dina Dalal - a spirited Parsi widow determined to avoid a second marriage - takes a student boarder and two Hindu tailors into her ramshackle flat. As the cruel policies of slum clearances and enforced birth control bring chaos to the city, the four strangers find themselves crossing divided of caste, class and religion to form the most unexpected of friendships.Performers Sudha Bhuchar, Saikat Ahamed, Sagar Arya, Rina Fatania, Taylan Halici, Tony Jayawardena, Divian Ladwa, Amit Sharma.
Book by Rohinton Mistry. Producer Hampstead Theatre. Company Tamasha. Director Kristine Landon-Smith. Adapted by Kristine Landon-Smith. Adapted by Sudha Bhuchar. Design Sue Mayes. Music Felix Cross. Lighting Natasha Chivers. Choreographer Lawrence Evans. Sound Mike Furness. Design Lyndie Wright (puppets).
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