Tonight COME TO WHERE I’M FROM London continues at Omnibus in Clapham in South West London.
This evening will see performances from playwright Amman Paul Singh Brar, writer for stage and screen Kathryn Golding, comedian and actress Elena Procopiu, Paines Plough writer Alexandra Wood and former Tamasha Artistic Director and 2010 First Women Award winner Sudha Bhuchar.
So why not head down souf and take in some new writing.
You can still get tickets here or on the door.
You can read their full credits here:
Amman Paul Singh Brar
Amman is an MA Creative Writing graduate from the University of East Anglia. One of the inaugural winners of the BBC Writersroom 10 award with Tamasha Theatre, where he was also Artist in Residence, his credits include: STILL ALIVE (West Yorkshire Playhouse), SOMETHING MISSING (Contact Theatre), TEARS AT TERMINAL VELOCITY (Tamasha, Mulberry School, Soho Theatre) and NO MORE POUNDSHOP WARS (BBC, Live Theatre).
Kathryn is a recognised emerging writing talent with a unique voice, who is passionate about diversity and adept across TV and theatre. Graduate of the Royal Court’s Unheard Voices Programme and supported by the Edinburgh International Television Festival, she is currently working on projects for both stage and television. Recent credits include BEING SUZY WONG (Royal Court’s Live Lunch programme) and PLAY 13 (Vault Festival).
Elena is an Anglo-Romanian actress and writer. Having trained as an actor, she has performed stand-up throughout the UK, Europe and in New York and is a multi-lingual voice-over artist in English, Romanian and French. She also presented a piece she co-wrote on The One Show on BBC 1 attempting to dispel myths about Romanians taking all your jobs. Last year, she was commissioned to write a one-woman show for Tamasha Theatre Company.
Alex is a graduate of the MPhil in Playwriting Studies at Birmingham University and the Royal Court Young Writers’ Programme. In 2007 she won the George Devine Award for Most Promising Playwright. Her plays include: THE ELEVENTH CAPITAL (Royal Court); THE LION’S MOUTH (Rough Cuts/Royal Court); UNBROKEN (Gate Theatre); DECADE (co-writer/Headlong); an adaptation of Jung Chang’s WILD SWANS (Young Vic/American Repertory Theater); and THE CENTRE (Islington Community Theatre). Short plays include: MILES TO GO (Nabokov/Latitude Festival); THIRTY TWO YEARS IS NOTHING and EXPECTING (BAC/Rose Bruford); MY NAME IS JOHN ALAN ASHLEY (Soho/Oxford School of Drama); and PIIGS (Royal Court).Her most recent play, THE EMPTY QUARTER, played at Hampstead Downstairs in 2013. Work for radio: TWELVE YEARS (BBC Radio 4). In 2010 she was the Big Room Playwright-in-Residence at Paines Plough.
Sudha is a playwright and actor.
Writing credits for Tamasha include BALTI KINGS (co-written with Shaheen Khan), FOURTEEN SONGS, TWO WEDDINGS AND A FUNERAL, STRICTLY DANDIA, A FINE BALANCE (all co- written with Kristine Landon-Smith), her first children’s play CHILD OF THE DIVIDE (Polka Theatre, Best Kids’ Show of 2006 – Time Out) and most recently the critically acclaimed MY NAME IS… which Sudha also adapted for Radio 4 where it was ‘pick of the week’. Sudha’s adaptaion of Lorca’s THE HOUSE OF BERNADA ALBA – THE HOUSE OF BILQUIS BIBI was recently remounted by Mulberry School’s Alumni company. Other writing credits include SMALL FISH BIG CHEESE for the Unicorn Theatre and extensive credits on Radio 4 including three series of GIRLIES (co written with Shaheen Khan). Sudha jointly won, with Kristine Landon-Smith, the 2005 Asian Women of Achievement Award for Arts and Culture and the 2010 First Women Award in the Tourism and Leisure category. Sudha’s extensive acting credits include most recently three series of STELLA for Sky TV and Gurpreet Bhatti’s play KHANDAN for Birmingham Rep/Royal Court theatre in 2014. Sudha is currently filming a guest role on CORONATION STREET.