Made in India getting rave reviews – booking now!


Tamasha

  Made in India
By Satinder Chohan
Directed by Katie Posner


In a surrogacy clinic in Gujarat, three women meet. It’s Londoner Eva’s last chance for motherhood. For village girl Aditi, surrogacy is a lifeline out of poverty. For clinic owner and businesswoman Dr Gupta, it’s all just another transaction. But with the backdrop of profound global forces, can it possibly remain that simple? Made in India, our thrilling new play about birth and motherhood in a brave new world is on tour now – and it’s been getting rave reviews:

"An emotionally charged mix of politics and parenthood ... a stirring encounter."
The Guardian ★★★★


“Radiant”
The Herald Scotland ★★★★


“Another tense, provocative drama from Tamasha Theatre Company”
The List ★★★★


“Enthralling.”
Remote Goat ★★★★★

"Scores on every front."
Behind the Arras ★★★★★


“A subtle and increasingly thought-provoking depiction of an all-too-true reality.”
The Reviews Hub


"A fascinating look at India's surrogacy industry…fluent and compelling … it never loses sight of the emotional stakes at the play's core."
The Stage


Catch the show until 8 April, including a run at Soho Theatre from 8 – 25 March.
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Tickets on sale across the UK now

16 - 18 February Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh ›
21 – 22 February Contact, Manchester ›
24 – 25 February Mercury Theatre, Colchester ›
28 February Redbridge Drama Centre, London ›
2 – 4 March The Dukes, Lancaster ›
8 – 25 March Soho Theatre, London ›
31 Mar – 1 April The Hat Factory, Luton ›
7 – 8 April York Theatre Royal, York ›


Tamasha Scratch Night: Loyalty and Dissent

Friday 31 March 2017 at Rich Mix, Venue 1
7.30pm, £8 - 10
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Bold new work from five Tamasha Playwrights. Each has been commissioned to research and develop pieces inspired by The National Archives' documents relating to the experiences of people from South Asia in and around the time of the First World War.

Tamasha Developing Artists opportunities

Intracultural practice with Kristine Landon-Smith, 3 – 7 April

Kristine Landon-Smith (MPhil and Co-founder of Tamasha) leads a week long masterclass for actors seeking to enhance their artform. Auditor (observer) places are also available. During the course, Kristine will work closely with each individual in the ensemble and apply her acclaimed intracultural methodology to classic and contemporary texts.

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P.S. We recommend…

The Royal Court: a profoundly affectionate, passionate devotion to someone (-noun)
28 February – 1 April
Written and directed by debbie tucker green

Three couples.
What might be.
What once was.
What could have been.
Info & booking ›

Rifco Arts: Pyar Actually - Rehearsed reading
24 & 25 February, Watford Palace Theatre
Join Rifco for a rehearsed reading of a new play by Rifco Associate Sukh Ojla, directed by Ameet Chana.
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Chigger Foot Boys
22 February – 11 March, Tara Theatre
As part of the national commemorations of WWI StrongBack Productions with Tara Arts present the world premiere of Chigger Foot Boys written by the renowned playwright Patricia Cumper.
Info & booking ›

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Contents

Made In India ›
Read what the critics & audiences have to say - at
Soho Theatre now & on tour

Tamasha Scracth Night: Loyalty and Dissent ›
Bold new work from five Tamasha Playwrights

P.S. ›
We recommend


Tamasha is funded by Arts Council England and gratefully acknowledges financial support from the Friends and Patrons of Tamasha.

Photography by Robert Day
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