20 April 2018
National Theatre Wales with Junoon
Created by Kully Thiarai, Sameera Iyengar and other female artists from the south Asian diaspora
This all-female work-in-progress by leading British-Asian and Indian artists aims to hold a mirror up to life as a south Asian woman today, wherever she lives; the echoes and the contradictions, the (in)visibility and the comradeship, all told with playfulness, honesty and humour.
Sisters is us at our best, our worst, our strongest, our weakest. Unadorned and visible, we just are.
Sisters is part of India Wales, a major season of artistic collaboration between the two countries to mark the UK-India Year of Culture and is supported by British Council Wales, the Arts Council of Wales and Wales Arts International.
Weston Studio, Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff
20 April 2018, 8pm
Age guidance: 12+
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Image: (R to L) Sudha Bhuchar (writer), Shanaz Gulzar (digital associate), Durre Mughal (community engagement associate), Sameera Iyengar (artistic director, Junoon Theatre), Sita Thomas (movement director/performer), Sapan Saran (writer), Emma Daman Thomas (artist/ musician), Hussina Raja (actor/artist), Kully Thiarai (artistic director, National Theatre Wales) and Tina Pasotra (emerging director) photographed in a rehearsal room, Cardiff
Credit: Dan Green / National Theatre Wales
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