The latest dementia play is Nessah Muthy’s Sundowning, currently showing at the Tristan Bates Theatre and based as it is, in part at least, on Muthy’s own family history, it is achingly done.
Award-winning playwright Nessah Muthy follows Arabian Nights, staged by Iris Theatre at Hoxton Hall, with the premiere of her latest play Sundowning. The contemporary drama, produced by Kali Theatre, examines the true cost of social care in the UK.
What’s been happening in the rehearsal room for Kali Theatre’s Sundowning, the new drama from playwright Nessah Muthy, whose Arabian Nights is currently entertaining audiences at Hoxton Hall? Take a look at our candid images, then book your tickets! Kali Theatre presents Nessah Muthy‘s frank and intensely moving new play Sundowning this autumn. The premiere production, helmed by Kali artistic director Helena Bell, runs …
Following this week’s opening of Arabian Nights, her adaptation of ancient Arabic folk tales One Thousand and One Nights, award-winning playwright Nessah Muthy premieres her new, contemporary play Sundowning, exploring the true cost of social care in the UK, with Kali Theatre. Time to get booking!
Seventies teenager Meena lives in Tollington, a former mining village in England’s Black Country in Anita and Me. Meena is a thoroughly British Asian, but mum Daljit and dad Shyam have a different perspective, having left their native India to give their daughter every opportunity.
Anita and Me is set in 1970s and yet the topics, issues and heart of the piece are all remarkably current given the political times we are living.