Bollywood takes to stage

Northumberland Theatre Company and Bijli Productions production of
HOW TO MAKE A KILLING IN BOLLYWOOD
written and devised by Umar Ahmed and Manjot Sumal
directed by Umar Achmed
designed by Michelle Huitson
Northumberland Theatre Company and Bijli Productions production of HOW TO MAKE A KILLING IN BOLLYWOOD written and devised by Umar Ahmed and Manjot Sumal directed by Umar Achmed designed by Michelle Huitson

A theatre company is returning to touring with a new production.

Northumberland Theatre Company (NTC) is taking How to Make a Killing in Bollywood on the road.

And it can be seen at Stakeford Methodist Church Hall on Tuesday, October 11.

The cast of four will burst onto the stage with a comedy drama about two best friends who decide to quit their jobs in a fast food restaurant and head to Bollywood in search of fame and fortune.

But just how far are the boys willing to go to realise their dreams?

This show features some hilarious comedy, as well as a fantastic soundtrack and a production punctuated throughout with infectious, pulsating injections of Bollywood dance moves.

Scottish based actor Raza Khan is turned down for another acting role. He is faced with the stark reality of a lifetime of working in the family take-away, serving chips and cheese to the local wide-boys.

But he wants one last chance to try to make it big and show the world what he is truly capable of. Where better to hit the dizzying heights of fame and fortune than a place where there are a thousand roles for guys like him?

The show starts at 7pm. Contact 01670 813523 for tickets and further information.