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Some more dates for your diary……….

Talkback 2011 
21-22 & 24-26 November    London

In November, we are presenting readings of seven rich and diverse plays for tomorrow by some of the freshest and most original voices in new theatre writing. 

Put these dates in your diary now. We’ll send out details of the plays in October.

Talkback is the culmination of our Writer Development Programme, a ten month series of workshops and dramaturgy for new and emerging writers.

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Tagore’s Women
17-21 January 2012    London

Kali writers are busy preparing short plays inspired by the many fascinating female characters in the works of Rabindranath Tagore, a celebrated Bengali poet, playwright, and early anti-British rule activist. These will be presented in the wonderfully atmospheric Vault space at Southwark Playhouse in January in celebration of Tagore’s 150th birthday.  
More details to follow.

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Mustafa 
by Naylah Ahmed

March/April 2012    London, Birmingham, Southampton & Plymouth

A Muslim man is in prison after the death of a teenage boy during an exorcism. Alone in a world where his beliefs are challenged at every step, racked by guilt at the loss of an innocent life, he gradually realises the djinn (evil spirit) he tried to banish from the young victim’s body is still with him…  

This chilling and compelling play will be our spring production. It will draw you into Mustafa’s mysterious and disturbing world, and keep you guessing at just what will happen next.

A coproduction with Birmingham Repertory Theatre opening at Soho Theatre next March.

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Kali is the UK’s only theatre company dedicated to championing female writers with a South Asian background. We seek out talented writers who can inspire and entertain with fresh and original work.  Find out more

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Kate Chapman
Theatre Writing Partnership
Chief Executive and Artistic Director

0115 9474361

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