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No rest in the Kingdom – A Play

February 28, 2017

No rest in the Kingdom
A Play Presented by Sandbox collective

Written, Directed and performed by Deepika Arwind.
Produced by Sandbox Collective.
Supported by Shoonya – Centre for Art and Somatic Practices.

no-rest-in-the-kingdom-a-play-presented-by-sandbox-collective-directed-by-deepika-arwind-at-atta-galatta-bengaluruNo Rest in the Kingdom is a devised theatre work that deals with the daily hilariousness and annoyances of being a woman in this country, and almost anywhere. Cats crawl, urban men and women seem baffled with ‘this gender thing’ and a general unsettlement around what we are implicit in presents itself. Everything else is chill scenes, bro.

ABOUT DEEPIKA ARWIND
Deepika Arwind is a Bangalore-based actor, writer and director. Her works include Nobody Sleeps Alone (nominated for The Hindu Metroplus Playwrights’ Award 2013), A Brief History of Your Hair (supported by India Foundation for the Arts, The New Voices Arts Project and Lshva Studio). Her children’s play One Dream Too Many was invited to the International Playwright’s Intensive at The Kennedy Centre, Washington DC and the University of Maryland in association with ASSITEJ India. She is the recipient of the Toto Award for Creative Writing and was part of the Sangam House International Writer’s Residency.

The duration of the play is 60 minutes.
Age: 10+

Tickets: Rs.200/- available on Book My Show: http://bit.ly/2lk6tEB

Sunday | 5th March 2017 | 7:00 PM

Venue:
Atta Galatta,
#134, KHB Colony,
5th Block, Koramangala,
Bangalore 560 095.

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