Gravesend Project: Second Chance - 2 December

Gravesend Project: Second Chance - 2 December

5 November 2015

Rifco have been working with The Woodville and the British Asian community in Gravesend to develop new work with emerging artist Sukh Ojla.

Over the last year, Rifco have presented two successful productions at The Woodville - The Deranged Marriage and Happy Birthday Sunita. We are pleased to be returning to the area and to work with residents and local talent.

Following a series of research workshops with members of the community, local artist Sukh has written a new comedy - Second Chance which will be shared on Wednesday 2nd December, 6.30pm at The WoodvilleWoodville PlaceGravesend, Kent DA12 1DD.

This is FREE event, please book your place at:

Sukh Ojla is an actress and writer. Theatre credits include, Samira (Future Conditional, Old Vic), Janna (Skin Like Butter, The Etcetera) and Rumi (Ladylogue!, Tristan Bates Theatre). TV credits include Black Mirror (Channel 4) and Britz (Channel 4). She was the winner of Monologue Slam August 2014 with her self penned monologue, Settling. Since then Sukh has written and performed stand up comedy for the Alchemy Festival and gone on to win the Make The Cut competition at the St James Theatre.  Having workshopped various new writing projects she is now focussing on developing her own writing and producing work with an authentic diasporic voice for the South Asian community.  

Follow Sukh's project blog here: Second Chance

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