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Bhatti: Plays One

Bhatti: Plays One (Paperback)

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Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti has written extensively for stage, screen and radio. Her first play Behsharam (Shameless) broke box office records when it was produced in 2001. Her second play Behzti (Dishonour) won the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize in 2005. Behzti rocked the world of theatre when it was cancelled after protestsin Birmingham, forcing the playwright into hiding. The play's closure sparked an international debate about offence and freedom of expression. In 2014, Khandan (Family) was co-produced by the Birmingham Rep and the Royal Court Theatre. This is her first volume of collected works.Behsharam (Shameless) Two daughters, two mothers, one father, a cardboard cut-out and a foul-mouthed granny  a household at war and a family which will do anything to protect its secrets.Behzti (Dishonour) Past her prime, Min happily spends her life caring for her frail, vicious mother, Balbir. Today, for the first time in years, they're heading out to the local Sikh temple. In a community where public honour is paramount, is there any room for the truth?Behud (Beyond Belief) A playwright attempts to make sense of her past by visitingthe darkest corners of her imagination. Inspired by the events surrounding Behzti, Behud is the compelling story of an artist struggling to be heard.Fourteen. 1983. Brainbox Tina's parents are always shouting, her mum says she's developing too quickly and her best friend Sharon has a dark secret. Thirty years later, Tina's life hasn't turned out quite how it was supposed to...Khandan (Family) Widowed matriarch Jeeto has a strong sense of her past and principles. She's spent her life working hard and making sacrifices for her children. But eldest son Pal isn't following in her footsteps. What happens when the legacy of a father collides with the dreams of his son?

Film, TV & DramaTheatrePlays, playscripts Publisher: Oberon Books Ltd Publication Date: 30/06/2014 ISBN-13: 9781783191307  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti's first play BEHSHARAM (SHAMELESS) broke box office records at Rep in 2001. Her play BEHZTI (DISHONOUR) was sensationally closed in December 2004, after playing to packed houses at the Birmingham Rep. In 2005, BEHZTI won the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize. In 2006, the play was translated into French and did sell-out tours in France and Belgium. BEHZTI was translated into Italian in 2012 and was performed in Italy. In 2010 her follow up to Behzti  BEHUD (BEYOND BELIEF) was shortlisted for the John Whiting Award. Her latest play KHANDAN (FAMILY) will open at the Birmingham Rep in May 2014 before transferring to the Royal Court Theatre, London. Gurpreet is a member of the writing team of THE ARCHERS. Other credits include DEAD MEAT, Channel 4; STITCHED UP (commissioned series for BBC1); HONOUR (single film BBC2); nine episodes of EASTENDERS (2001-2004) and HOLLYOAKS (2011).

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