Thursday, March 08, 2007

Must See Sikh Play "The 1984 diary"...

Back in October 2006 a group of students from various London based Universities got together to formulate a play for charity (The NSPCC and Pinglewara)...

The play is about the self-discovery, self-realisation and the importance of Sikhism. It is called, ‘The 1984 diary’...yet the focus is not on the political events!

Tina, the central character - a identity confused medical student born and bred in London. During her elective year she has an opportunity to visit her cousin and relatives based in Delhi. Slowly she realises the importance of family, Sikhi and unity .. little does she know the year 1984 will change her life forever...

All characters appearing in this work are fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.

Please check out the website where you can get more information.

"the 1984 Diary" will be performed on Wednesday 14th March 2007 at the "New Players Theatre" in central London, nearest stations are Charing Cross and Embankment. Tickets are selling out fast! If you're interested in coming, please call 07931653678 to find out how to get your Tickets (£12)!


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