Diljohn Singh – Punjabi Girl

Diljohn will be appearing in new play Punjabi Girl at Liverpool Rich Mix on 6th and 7th May 2016.

Punjabi Girl is the second instalment of the Punjabi play series written by Amman Paul Singh Brar and directed by Mukul Ahmed. Punjabi Girl is a Mukul and Ghetto Tigers in partnership with Ekpunjaban Theatre production.

Punjabi Girl follows Kulli, a single mother, living in London who wants a future for her son. A double divorcee with a mixed race son she is ignored by her family who want to make her brother Bunny the sole heir to the family wealth. Kulli seeks to find a way to transform her destiny with a little help from her new man Rez, while her brother Bunny seeks to transform his gender. Where tradition and inherited wealth suffocate her, Kulli fights in order to shatter the mould she has been caste into. But at what price?

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Tanveer Ghani – Viceroy’s House

Tanveer Ghani is playing the role of Nehru in Gurinder Chadha’s new film Viceroy’s House starring Hugh Bonnerville and Gillian Anderson.

In 1947, Lord Mountbatten assumes the post of last Viceroy, charged with handing India back to its people, living upstairs at the house which was the home of British rulers, whilst 500 Hindu, Muslim and Sikh servants lived downstairs.

The film will be on general release later this year date tbc.

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Rosie Thomson – Darknet

Rosie will be performing at The Southwark Playhouse in Darknet from April 14th – May 7th. Press night Monday April 18th.

Darknet navigates through the world of data transparency and the uncharted deep web, uncovering the things we choose to share online and the places in which we can hide. “With new innovation comes fear of the unknown.”

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Robin Kingsland – Private Lives

Robin will be playing the role of Victor in Noel Coward’s Private Lives from May 20th until June 4th.

Glamorous divorcees Amanda and Elyot haven’t seen each other in years. So when they find themselves honeymooning with their new spouses in adjacent suites at the same French hotel at the same time, they can’t believe it.

Mortifying at first, it isn’t long before the chance encounter reignites an old spark and the couple impulsively elope. But only a few days into their reunion, Elyot and Amanda again find themselves trapped in a repeating cycle of love and hate as their private passions and jealousies consume them.

Full of razor sharp wit and sparkling dialogue, Private Lives is Sir Noël Coward’s most popular and enduring stage comedy.

Famously written in only three days, Private Lives premiered in 1930 to full houses at London’s Phoenix Theatre. Since then, numerous successful West End and Broadway revivals over the years have proven that this charming comedy of manners is still as fresh, funny and unexpectedly moving as ever.

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Reginald Edwards – King Lear

Reginald will be appearing in the role of Burgundy in King Lear at Royal & Derngate Northampton from 1st-23rd April. The production then embarks on a UK tour until 2nd July 2016.

An ageing tyrant’s whimsical decision to divide his kingdom tears his family apart, sparks catastrophic civil war and destroys all that he has.

Driven from his home, King Lear endures madness, blindness and great suffering as he battles a great storm. Yet with madness he finds reason, from blindness he gains new sight, after betrayal he discovers loyalty and through his suffering a better world emerges.

Two-time Olivier Award nominee Michael Pennington leads a cast of fourteen distinguished actors in Philip Franks’ epic new interpretation of Shakespeare’s greatest tragedy which marks the 400th anniversary of his death.

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