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The Tale of Punchkin

“The Tale of Punchkin: A Lesson in Kindness and Caution” is part of a collection of Indian fairy tales from the late 19th Century.

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Tessa Rao in a yellow pant suit hugs Catherine Yates tight who looks uncomfortable in a cleaners outfit

Coming clean: Office workers challenged to be on song in thought-provoking comedy

Office cleaners sit at the bottom of the pack when it comes to workplace hierarchy, yet it would be an understatement to say they are utterly vital.

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An Interview with Jacob Rajan, star and creator of ‘Paradise or the Impermanence of Ice Cream’

What happens after death? Perhaps just like ice cream – life itself also eventually melts away.

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Balloons are being thrown around a room with fairy lights on in the background

Rapid Fire 20Q with Cast and Creatives of ‘Mrs. Krishnan’s Party’

20 questions with Mrs Krishnan’s Party.

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Actor Kalyani Nagarajan dances on a table

‘Mrs. Krishnan’s Party’ immerses audiences in the stage play — and cooking a meal to eat later

Justin Lewis speaks with WPLN’s LaTonya Turner about the concept for this theatrical dish.

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Actor Justin Rogers as DJ Jimmy J acting as a DJ

Prepare For The Uniquely ‘Joyous Fun’ of Mrs Krishnan’s Party

Kalyani Nagarajan and Justin Rogers Star in Indian Ink Theatre’s International and Immersive PARTY

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Making of Dirty Work

The show might be over (for now) but we’ll always have the memories…

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Dirty Work Trailer

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Two women sing holding folders of music in front of them, with more singers in the background on stage of the Dirty Work set.

Dirty Work: Singing in praise of the unsung hero

“It holds a mirror up to ourselves and gives a message we don’t often think about enough,” Rao says.

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Dirty Work – Review

It is a truly heartwarming and well-made show that I guarantee will make you smile.

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Actor Tessa Rao stands in a yellow pant suit and black top with her mouth open in shock. Her hands are held out in confusion

Dirty Work Review

It’s a straightforward plot. An office full of largely anonymous workers support a larger offshore company by providing business-related (mostly financial) services.

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Zara, in a yellow blazer and red scarf, pleads with an anxious-looking Neil, who runs his fingers through his hair.

Review: DIRTY WORK at Q Theatre

For a good night out, some light entertainment with a serious twist, be sure to include Dirty Work in your list of must-see plays this season.

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