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Travelling Light Theatre Company

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Travelling Light Theatre Company

Barton Hill Settlement 43 Ducie Road

Bristol, Bristol,BS5 0AX

United Kingdom

Company Description

We create award winning professional productions which tour locally, nationally and sometimes internationally as well as into schools across our home city of Bristol. We also run a large participatory programme, which allows young people to learn skills and cr... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Dramaturg

Tobacco Factory


Manager, Administrative Services - West

Interior Health Authority


Actress

CAM Inc


Affiliations

Tamasha Theatre Company Ltd

Founder


The Guardian

Co-Founders


Web References(174 Total References)


Previous Artistic Directors - Tamasha Theatre Company

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Kristine Landon-Smith and Sudha Bhuchar
Tamasha co-Founders Kristine Landon-Smith and Sudha Bhuchar Kristine founded Tamasha with Sudha Bhuchar (actor/playwright) and were joint Co-Artistic Directors until April 2013 when Kristine stepped down. Kristine jointly won, with Sudha Bhuchar, the 2005 Asian Women of Achievement Award for Arts and Culture and the 2010 First Women Award in the Tourism and Leisure Category. Sudha Bhuchar Actor / Playwright Sudha is Artistic Director of Tamasha, and is both an actor and playwright. Sudha also co-wrote a short film Midnight Feast, which was screened at the 11th Raindance Film Festival.


Newsletter October 2009 | Tamasha

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In an era where we are surrounded by the alleged polarisation of Islam and the West, two new plays written by Sudha Bhuchar explore how ordinary lives are affected by our increasingly global ties.
Sudha, meanwhile, is working as dramaturg with the Tobacco Factory in Bristol and Travelling Light Theatre Company on their forthcoming Christmas show, Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves . You can read more about the show, including how to book tickets, here.


Staff - Tamasha Theatre Company

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Sudha Bhuchar
Co-Artistic Director


Artistic Director - Tamasha Theatre Company

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Sudha Bhuchar
Artistic Director Sudha Bhuchar Writer / Actor Sudha is Artistic Director of Tamasha, and is both an actor and playwright. She founded the company in 1989 with Kristine Landon-Smith (director / writer) and were joint Artistic Directors until April 2013 when Kristine stepped down. She played Rabia in Emteaz Hussain's Sweet Cider at the Arcola Theatre in October 2008. In January 2006, she played Dina Dalal in Tamasha's A Fine Balance (based on the novel by Rohinton Mistry) at Hampstead Theatre. Her many acting credits include, Murder (BBC) by Abi Morgan, EastEnders (BBC), Doctors (BBC), Holby City (BBC) and Haroun and the Sea of Stories (Royal National Theatre), and she is a regular on the BBC Radio drama Silver Street. Her writing credits for Tamasha include Balti Kings, Fourteen Songs, Two Weddings and A Funeral, Strictly Dandia and A Fine Balance in which she also performed, in May 2006, her first children's play: Child of the Divide (Polka Theatre) and most recently her adaptation of Lorca's The House of Bernarda Alba - The House of BIlquis Bibi. She writes regularly with Shaheen Khan and their many credits include three series of Girlies for BBC Radio 4 and Balti Kings (the stage play, as well as a six part series for Radio 4). Their screenplay, The House Across the Street, has been shown on BBC4 as part of a new writers initiative, and they have co-written an episode of Doctors for the BBC. Sudha also co-wrote a short film Midnight Feast, which was screened at the 11th Raindance Film Festival. Sudha jointly won, with Kristine Landon-Smith, the 2005 Asian Women of Achievement Award for Arts and Culture and the 2010 First Women Award in the Tourism and Leisure category.


Tamasha - Artistic Directors

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and Sudha Bhuchar (right)
Tamasha Artistic Directors Kristine Landon-Smith and Sudha Bhuchar Kristine jointly won, with Sudha Bhuchar, the 2005 Asian Women of Achievement Award for Arts and Culture and the 2010 First Women Award in the Tourism and Leisure Category. Sudha Bhuchar Writer / Actor Sudha is joint founder and Artistic Director of Tamasha, and is both an actor and playwright. She most recently played Rabia in Emteaz Hussain's Sweet Cider at the Arcola Theatre in October 2008. In January 2006, she played Dina Dalal in Tamasha's A Fine Balance (based on the novel by Rohinton Mistry) at Hampstead Theatre. Her many acting credits include, Murder (BBC) by Abi Morgan, EastEnders (BBC), Doctors (BBC), Holby City (BBC) and Haroun and the Sea of Stories (Royal National Theatre), and she is a regular on the BBC Radio drama Silver Street. Her writing credits for Tamasha include Balti Kings, Fourteen Songs, Two Weddings and A Funeral, Strictly Dandia and A Fine Balance in which she also performed, in May 2006, her first children's play: Child of the Divide (Polka Theatre) and most recently her adaptation of Lorca's The House of Bernarda Alba - The House of BIlquis Bibi. She writes regularly with Shaheen Khan and their many credits include three series of Girlies for BBC Radio 4 and Balti Kings (the stage play, as well as a six part series for Radio 4). Their screenplay, The House Across the Street, has been shown on BBC4 as part of a new writers initiative, and they have co-written an episode of Doctors for the BBC. Sudha also co-wrote a short film Midnight Feast, which was screened at the 11th Raindance Film Festival.


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