After the success of her first one-woman comedy show ‘Unladylike: The pitfalls of propriety’ New York based comedian Radhika Vaz is back with her sophomore effort, ‘Older. Angrier. Hairier.’ Now in her 40’s Vaz focuses her wit on the challenges of aging in a culture that worships youth, her decision not to have children and the stress that accompanied this choice, as well as her constant struggle to overcome her obsession with housework. Hilarious, irreverent, and always on the money, ‘Older. Angrier. Hairier.’ is a trip through the mind of a woman who refuses to take life too seriously – mainly because that wouldn’t be funny.
Plop is a baby Barn Owl. Plop is exactly the same as every barn owl that has ever been, except for one thing. Plop is afraid of the dark.
One day, Mrs. Barn Owl suggests that Plop fly down into the world and find out about the dark for himself. And this is where Plop’s adventure begins. Join Plop as he journeys into the night-time world of campfires, fireworks and moonlit adventures.
Based on the children’s classic by Jill Tomlinson, this funny tale is brought to life with an irresistible blend of music, puppetry and storytelling. Suitable for aged 3-7 will love this funny, heartwarming tale. But, big people will also have lots of fun, too. You can’t help but fall in love with Plop and his funny antics.
Luciole is a little fairy who loves to sleep, this is her favorite activity! The day of the great annual distribution for fairy roles, she forgets to wake up and unwittingly becomes "the fairy of socks!" And this is really not easy ... The socks love to hide, blend, and disappear inexplicably. Luciole finds herself drawn into a strange adventure, where her gift for sleep will be of great help! A show that deals with humor and sleeping problems, nightmares and socks disappearances. Suitable for 2+ year olds.
KopyKats Productions and the brilliant Anwar Maqsood have successfully teamed up in a tragi-comic play about the India-Pakistan faceoff in Siachen. The script focuses on the futility of war, but the grim message is coated with Maqsood’s sharp wit, making for a poignant satire.
Siachen is a tribute to Pakistani soldiers. It explores hardships, loneliness and monotony of soldiers’ lives, stuck in the middle of nowhere, where time stands still. You will be captivated by these characters who are coping the best way they can - through humor that cuts deep into the absurdity of their situation.
Directed by the very talented Dawar Mahmood, this is a piece that you don’t want to miss.