Newsflash / April 2011 Tamasha
Tamasha Actor / Director Laboratory

Tamasha is delighted to be included as one of the funded organisations in the Arts Council England's National Portfolio.

This news means that we can forge ahead with our exciting programme of productions, creative projects and artist training initiatives for the next four years. Funding will be maintained at the same level as 2011/12, which means a reduced budget in real terms so there’s a lot of hard work ahead, as we strive to be as relevant, curious and innovative as throughout our 21 year history.

We are grateful to be able to continue to do what we do best. However, our thoughts are also with the arts organisations that are now struggling to survive in light of government imposed cuts and we must ask what this means for the cultural and creative future of our country.

We thank you for your continued support and look forward to realising our upcoming programme of work.


Coming soon...

Auntie Netta + The Trouble with Asian Men
Tamasha's cult verbatim show returns alongside a funny and touching one-woman satire on immigration in this comedy double-bill.
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Snookered
A snooker hall in the north of England is the setting for this razor-sharp new drama by Ishy Din.
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The Arrival
To coincide with the London 2012 Olympics, this theatre-circus production inspired by Shaun Tan's graphic novel tells a timeless story of migration and new beginnings.
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Tamasha Developing Artists
Our artist training programme goes from strength to strength and now has over 800 members. Read about our two new writers' groups, courses and commissions.
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With very best wishes,

Kristine, Sudha and the Tamasha team

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Photo: Actor / Director Laboratory, December 2010 by Robert Workman.

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