Fri 4 May - Sun 6 May 2018
Exhibition: Dotty Art
Music: Sunrise Radio
Fri 4 May
Play: Southall Park
A rehearsed performance of new play about two brothers in Southall by Rifco Associate Amarjit Bassan.
Comedy: Pinky & Preetho's Comedy Night
The fabulous Masala Queens - Pinky and Preetho host a night of stand-up comedy with a brilliant line-up of British Asian comedians.
Sat 5 May
11am & 1.30pm
Children's: Bhangra Tots
Fun dance sessions for children aged 2 - 6 with Aashiyana Arts.
Family: Crafts with The Make Escape
Get creative with The Make Escape and their Bollywood inspired craft workshop.
Spoken Word: with Apples and Snakes
An evening full of creativity with acclaimed and emerging British Asian poets.
4.30pm & 8pm
Play: Pyar Actually
After its sold-out run last year, Sukh Ojla’s hit comedy drama about love and missed opportunities returns to Watford.
Sun 6 May
Literary: Short Stories with The Asian Writer
Short story readings from past finalists of The Asian Writer prize.
12pm & 1.15pm
Food: Afternoon Tea with Desi Tea
A unique afternoon tea experience with a delicious spread from Desi Tea.
Film: English Vinglish
A screening of the film English Vinglish in honour of Bollywood actress Sridevi.
South Asian food from Gupta’s Bombay Street Food and light snacks and drinks will be available to purchase at the Watford Palace Theatre Café/Bar.
Multi-event ticket discounts
Discounts are available for Pinky & Preetho’s Comedy Night, Pyar Actually and English Vinglish. Book 2 events and receive £2 off total, Book 3 events receive £3 off total.
Discount applied to total at checkout. Limited to 4 tickets per event, per customer.
Curated by Pravesh Kumar, Artistic Director, Rifco Theatre Company
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