Lakeside Arts
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Lakeside Arts
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Friday 27 May, 8pm , 8pm
Djanogly Theatre

Theatre & Dance
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£10 (£7 concessions)

Written and performed by Rani Moorthy Directed by Linda Marlowe Spicy stories and masala mania. In a world of chopping and tasting, bubbling pots hold surprising secrets and unexpected dreams. Madras or Korma? Choose, and reveal more than you know. Award nominated writer and performer Rani Moorthy plays a succession of larger than-life-cooks who laugh, chat and cry whilst making mouth-watering curries on stage. From vengeful Trinidadian duck curry to life-saving Malaysian Laksa, the dishes are shared with the audience, proving that curry really is the sauce of life. Rani Moorthy is a guest presenter of BBC 1 Heaven and Earth. Linda Marlowe is renowned for her solo performances Berkoff’s Women and No Fear. Production supported by Arts Council of England and Manchester Airport. 'Great fun…tickles the taste buds…there is enough nourishment in these stories to make you leave feeling satisfied’ The Guardian ‘Astonishingly moving…rarely have I seen such talent or such intimate contact with the pulse of this nation’ The Independent ‘Delicious…comic, powerfully moving…an absorbing play’ The Times ‘Played vibrantly and served with love…a warm and vivacious performance’ The Herald