In a surrogacy clinic in Gujarat, three women meet.
It’s Londoner Eva’s last chance for motherhood. For village girl Aditi, surrogacy is a lifeline out of poverty. For clinic owner and businesswoman Dr Gupta, it’s all just another transaction.
But with the backdrop of profound global forces, can it possibly remain that simple?
A thrilling new play about birth and motherhood in a brave new world.
Directed by Katie Posner
BSL INTERPRETED PERFORMANCE
Thu 23 Mar, 7.15pm. For people who use British Sign Language. Book tickets by calling the box office on 020 7478 0100
Post Show Q&A
Wednesday 15th March
Running Time: 75 mins
Age Recommendation: 16 +
‘Impressive…an intellectually and emotionally stirring encounter’
‘A fascinating, compelling look at India’s controversial surrogacy industry.’ Stage
Reviews from recent Tamasha production Blood
‘Wonderfully sharp…the performances here are never less than enthralling.’
★★★★ Time Out
‘A passion-filled tale with lashings of humour as well as intense feeling… a superb piece of new writing’
- Satinder Chohan
- Katie Posner
- Lydia Denno
- Composer and Sound Designer
- Arun Ghosh
- Lighting Designer
- Prema Mehta
- AV Designer
- Shanaz Gulzar
- Assistant Director
- Corey Campbell
- Gina Isaac, Syreeta Kumar, Ulrika Krishnamurti