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Memories of an Indian Childhood

Be transported to Bombay- dusty, crowded and vibrant. Welcome to Sita’s world of large families, stubborn hairdos and romantic train journeys.

Slowly the light-hearted stories about friendships and games give way to darker more painful memories. Her father’s gruelling exodus at the onset of World War II and later the Indian Emergency, precipitating the need to leave India and come to Britain.

Funny and moving Memories of an Indian Childhood is a story about growing up.

About performer Sita Brand

Born and raised in India, Sita came to the UK at 15. Her heritage has inspired her career as a storyteller, director and producer. She founded and directs arts & heritage charity ‘Settle Stories.’ Her work with the charity has received national acclaim.

Date:
Saturday, 11 July 2015 – 8:00pm
Duration:
1 hour and 10 mins
Ages:
10 +
Artist(s):

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