• Short film made for British Council India

  • 16-minute short based on Michael Mears’ new play on Hiroshima


Related Companies & Organisations

  • The Shakespeare Company Japan is an organisation set up by a group of people who shared a dream to build a replica of the world famous Globe Theatre in the Tohoku (North-east) region of Japan, with all the natural warmth and comfort that wood possesses.

    In 1992 the inaugural meeting of the Shakespeare Company Japan was called by its founder Kazumi Shimodate.

    The aims of the Shakespeare Company Japan are to transmit the culture of the Tohoku region, and to build a theatre loved by all. In order to build this theatre, the troupe has since 1997 been raising funds at its performance venues.

  • The company creates new intercultural, multi-media theatre in response to the contemporary globalised world.

    Artistic Director: Michael Walling.

    Jatinder Verma is currently Chairman of this company.

  • A unique theatre in the heart of the West End: a home to remarkable artists and plays, performed in the most intimate and welcoming of surroundings. It is a crucible for multigenerational talent.

    Artistic Director: Stella Powell-Jones.

  • Publisher of audiobooks and full-cast audio dramas.

    Creative Director Andrew Mark Swell.

    Jatinder Verma is a co-producer

  • Since 1948, the Society has advanced research into British-related theatre. STR runs lectures and conferences, publishes books and journals, offers funding and prizes, promotes excellent scholarship and supports the continuing development of practice.

  • Tara Theatre is the beating creative heart of its communities, exploring the world through a South Asian lens. It makes politically charged innovative theatre which creates ripples from the hyper-local to the global.

  • Causing a Commotion since 1989, Tamasha seeks to create a home for a new generation of artists from the Global Majority, enabling them to shape the most powerful stories to move, provoke and inspire people across the UK.

    Founded by Kristine Landon-Smith & Sudha Bhuchar – the company’s first Artistic Directors

  • Intrepid plays by fearless women since 1991.

    Kali presents groundbreaking new theatre by women writers of South Asian descent.

    Founded by Rita Wolf & Rukhsana Ahmad

  • Led by Artistic Director, Pravesh Kumar, Rifco is one of the UK’s most successful touring theatre companies. The company develops, produces and tours vibrant, accessible and ambitious new plays and musicals that reflect and celebrate British Asian contemporary experiences.

  • Phenomenal writer and performer. Author, producer and actor in This Evil Thing & The Mistake

  • The one-stop resource for all matters related to the Indenture experience.

    The Ameena Gafoor Institute for the Study of Indentureship and its Legacies (in partnership with the Pluto Educational Trust) has been set up to advance understanding about indentureship and its global impacts.

Published Works


  • Ashes to the Ganges (BBC Radio 4)

    Winner of a Sony Award and CRE Race and Media Award

  • The Nine Cities of Delhi (BBC Radio 4)

  • The Great Sentinel and the Great Soul (BBC Radio 4)

    Documentary on the relationship of Tagore and Gandhi.

  • Asian Diasporas (BBC Radio 4 & World Service)

    A 3-part examination of the diverse Asian diaspora around the globe.

  • Bollywood and Smetna (BBC Radio 3)

    Smetna’s comic opera Bartered Bride seen through the lens of Bollywood cinema

  • Renouncing India (BBC Radio 3)

    Examining renunciation in modern India

  • Kashmir (BBC Radio 3)

    The dilemma of Kashmir in modern India