From the producer of Miss Meena & the Masala Queens and The Deranged Marriage, Rifco Studio presents a sparkling new comedy by Sukh Ojla.
Polly has a reliable husband, two bright children, a well-paid job at the council and detached house with a double garage. She’s got it all. She may not be living the life she dreamed of back when she was a teenager, but who does?
Bali is a successful businessman. Loving his jet set lifestyle he swore he'd never return to the small town he grew up in. So why is he back? Is it too late for second chances? And is love, actually, all you need?
Sukh Ojla is part of the Rifco Associate programme, set up to provide support and guidance to British Asian artists in creating original and new work.
Written by Sukh Ojla
Directed by Pravesh Kumar
In English with some Punjabi. Recommended age 12+
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1 hour 15 mins
Sukh Ojla - Polly & Amarjit
Theatre credits include: Future Conditional (Old Vic), Coconut (Park Theatre), Skin Like Butter (The Etcetera), Ladylogue! (Tristan Bates Theatre), There’s Something Simmy and MummyJi Presents (Rifco).
Television credits include: Black Mirror (Channel 4), Britz (Channel 4), Eastenders & Hospital People (BBC).
Film credits include: Victoria and Abdul (Stephen Frears).
Simon Rivers - Bali
Training: The Royal Academy Of Dramatic Art (RADA) 2004-2007
Theatre credits include: East Is East (Northern Stage/Nottingham Playhouse), Wipers (Curve Theatre/UK Tour), The Charming Man (Theatre 503), Dr Faustus (Stratford Circus/Present Moment Theatre Company), Where's My Desi Soulmate (Rifco Arts/Theatre Royal Stratford East), Mela (West Yorkshire Playhouse), The Algebra of Freedom (7:84 Theatre Company).
Television credits include: Girfriends (Rollem Productions), Call The Midwife (Neal Street Productions), No Offence (Freemantle Media/Channel 4), Doctors (BBC1), Crash (BBC/Red Planet Productions).