Kali Theatre Discovery Showcase
3:00 PM15:00

Kali Theatre Discovery Showcase

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Climate Change, Coming Out, Coming Home and Coming Clean! Staged readings of four striking and vivid short plays by newly discovered talents, Sarah Issac, Martha Pothen, Aroob Sajjad and Maeve Scullion.

Directed by Kali’s Artistic Director Helena Bell in collaboration with DISCOVERY Associate Director Natasha Kathi-Chandra.
Dramaturgy by Atiha Sen Gupta.
Video design by Louise Rhoades-Brown.

Kali Theatre produces thought provoking, contemporary new writing by South Asian women which reflects and comments on our lives today.

Kali's award winning productions have won rave reviews, sell out performances and inspired audiences throughout the UK and beyond.


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Estate of Mind at TURF
to Jul 1

Estate of Mind at TURF

Aroob will be exhibiting her series PORTRAIT which documents the stories of 5 female Londoners in the summer of 2017. The women include: 22 year old Rim, a university student exploring the meaning of identity. Irish-Bolivian teacher Kantutita discusses selling out and her Nike Dunks. Iranian writer Salvi shares her unfiltered views on religion. Kat, a 21 year old artist illustrates how self love can be revolutionary. And Sarah, a 21 year old writer and actor on the difficulties that come with immigrant parents, and how beauty ideals seep into the everyday. 

Including work from: Chantelle Whitehead, Emmanuel Hammond and Jake Bryan-Amaning.

Come to the grand opening on the 21st of June at TURF, Croydon.


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to May 20


Join the Barbican Young Visual Arts Group as they transform Level G into a multi-disciplinary exhibition of their work.

A temporary collective of 16–25 year old artists, the Barbican Young Visual Arts Group have curated a two day pop-up show of their work which will be featured in the Level G public spaces. Taking on the themes of the Art Gallery exhibition, Another Kind of Life: Photography on the Margins, as a starting point, the group has explored what ‘community’ means to them. 

Join them and question what it means to be excluded or included as you explore work that uses live performance, written word, sculpture and sound art to investigate our heritage and challenge what it means to be ‘at home’.

The exhibition features work from 13 artists: Yagiz Akin, Pietro Bardini, Beth Christlow, Cosima Cobley Carr, Ranura Edirisinghe, Joe Fear, Katie Fiore, Stephanie Francis-Shanahan, Maria Goundry, Maisie Linford, Aroob Sajjad, Moyin Saka and Natasha Thomas.

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