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Talk by South African author Ashwin Singh on Friday 18th May 2018
With a live performance by acclaimed South African playwright Ashwin Singh together with excerpts from some of his Durban Playhouse productions projected on screen.
A follow up to Durban Dialogues, Indian Voice, (Aurora Metro Books 2013) which is currently being studied at universities in South Africa, India, Canada and Europe.
Singh is the first South African playwright to have his book launched at the Nehru Centre, London.
More about the author:
Singh is a three-time national award winner via the PANSA Playreading Festival (the country’s foremost playwriting contest) with his plays To House (2003); Duped (2005); and Reoca Light (2012). He is also a respected stage and radio actor, having performed in a number of dramatic and comic productions. The stage productions include Spice ’n Stuff, Marital Blitz, PopCom, Culture Clash and To House. The radio productions include Psycho-Art, Switch Hitch and GrandAsia Lodge. His plays Spice ’n Stuff and To House have been adapted for radio on Lotus FM and SAFM respectively. Singh also played a lead role in award-winning UK director James Brown’s short film about child abuse, One Wedding and a Funeral.
Durban Dialogues, Then and Now
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Fri, May 18, 2018
6:30 PM – 8:30 PM BST
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The Nehru Centre
8 South Audley Street
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