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THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG : A HOOT FROM BEGINNING TO END

Written by Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer and Henry Shields of London’s Mischief Theatre, THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG is a hysterical loving bouquet to the world of amateur theatre and what can go wrong; a succession of missed cues, lost dogs and props, slapstick, the drinking of turps instead of whiskey,pratfalls, ‘drying’, squashed hands, mangled lines, missed cues, revolving doors, fake snow and melodramatic red lighting.

The play’s conceit is based on the attempts of the fictional Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society to perform the 1920s murder mystery The Murder at Haversham Manor.  

Even before the show officially begins there are problems. On stage, the crew is trying to tape the mantelpiece back to the wall, with help from an audience member.
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UNindian

Co stars Brett Lee and  Tannishtha Chatherjee in UNindian

UNindian is an uplifting Australian made Bollywood film directed by Anupam Sharma, written by Thushy Sathi, lensed by Martin McGrath and and marks the feature film debut of Aussie fast bowling legend Brett Lee.

The film finds Lee a little out of his element as an actor, but nevertheless he makes a fair impression of a likable and laid-back if somewhat stereotypical Aussie male.

This entertaining film has toned down the features that are characteristic of Bollywood extravaganzas and in doing so has introduced some thoughtful insights on lives caught between two cultures. Continue reading UNindian