House of the Sun,

House of the Sun, adapted from Meira Chand's novel by Sudha Bhuchar and Kristine Landon-Smith

“Not just one for the Asian community, but a warm, witty comedy of city life.”
Time Out

House of the Sun (1991)

adapted by Sudha Bhuchar and Kristine Landon-Smith from the novel by Meira Chand

House of the Sun tells follows the inhabitants of a block of flats in Bombay. They are Sindhi refugees, who fled Sindh at the time of partition.  Now, in 1991, a second generation has grown up, hypnotised by the bright lights of Bombay and beyond, rebelling against a generation desperate to hold on to the old ways. 

Co-produced by Theatre Royal Stratford East


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