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An Indian devadasi – an expert in the 64 arts of the Kama Sutra – inadvertently becomes a time-traveller.

On her journeys, she meets the most unlikely people from England. There begins this comic caper with a nasty sting in the tale.

Kama Sci-Fi takes you on a ride with young lovers in ancient, present and future eras to develop a more holistic understanding of union.

Get set to imagine and encounter human relations in ways you had never thought before.

Written by Raminder Kaur Directed by Mukul Ahmed

Reviews of their play, Silent Sisters:

Superb script, excellent direction and stellar cast and crew who each give consummate confident performances…beautiful atmospheric singing and poetry. A poignant harrowing and much needed tale against an effective and beautiful set and lighting
Rez Kabir, Tamarind Theatre Company
A wonderful piece of work, around a very sensitive area, beautifully presented….The artists and artistic direction was fantastic, each character portrayed his/her part to perfection
Former Mayor Raj Sharma, Crawley
Fan-bloody-tastic…I was blown away by it
Jane Buckley, Crawley Campaign against Racism
We laughed and we cried
Dr Katie McQuaid

Supported by Arts Council National Lottery Project Grant, Crawley Borough Council, Tower Hamlets Council, Brady Arts Centre, Rich Mix, Wordfest, Tamarind Theatre, Inward Arts, Nari Chetona, and the University of Sussex Asia Centre.


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