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Pyar Actually

A comedy drama by Sukh Ojla at Theatre Royal Stratford East.

15 May 2018 – 19 May 2018 | Visit website | Book tickets

Following a sold out tour in 2017, Sukh Ojla’s comedy drama Pyar Actually (Love Actually), returns to the main stage at Theatre Royal Stratford East.
 
The play follows thirty-something Polly whose picture perfect life is interrupted when her first love Bali gets in touch 20 years later. Sukh developed the play, which explores themes of duty, love and missed opportunities, through a series of community workshops, readings and peer-to-peer mentorship as part of the Rifco Associates programme.
Rifco Associates is a two-year rolling programme celebrating the voices of British Asian contemporary artists. Pyar Actually is Sukh Ojla's debut play.

Pyar Actually is at Theatre Royal Stratford East 15 - 19 May. Tickets from £10.

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