The Going Solo Festival brings internationally acclaimed solo theatre to India for the very first time.

In October 2013 we debuted with performances by two acclaimed solo artists, Pip Utton and Jailoshini Naidoo. In 2014 we will be featuring another exciting line up.

Macbeth-6 From Screen to Stage: How Theatre ‘Plays’ Out

What do Julie Andrews, Hugh Jackman and Al Pacino have in common with Shabana Azmi, Paresh Rawal and Naseeruddin Shah? Not only are they all actors, but they are all actors who have also forayed into theatre and established their names there. The extraordinary talent that each of these performers hold is extended into another […]

GoingSolo icon Dramatizeth Thy Business

Blogging about the similarities between the theatre stage professional and the corporate professional I for one have never been a fan of rain. The soft cold winds prior to a rain on the other hand, and the smell of wet earth afterwards, I don’t mind. While I sit in a cubicle, writing this, the murky […]

Theatre Introduction to Theatre

There has always been a distinct contrast between acting when seen on film, television or on the stage. In essence it is still acting, but the uniqueness of the character brought to life as the curtain opens and watching him grow and change before you in one continuous flow is an extremely enthralling experience. However, […]

DontWakeMeSquare Dont Wake Me: The Ballad of Nihal Armstrong

A play based on the intensely dramatic and moving true story of a mother’s tireless battles and inspiring triumphs in her struggle for her disabled son’s rights.

jaye-pic-16-small Reviews: Don’t Wake Me

“What an extraordinary piece of work… brave, complex and funny as well as incredibly moving.” Roy Williams, playwright “Spellbinding, heartening… a unique theatrical experience.’” Prunella Scales/Timothy West “A truly remarkable evening… Jaye Griffiths radiates talent and feeling… The direction was both meticulous and unobtrusive… full of good writing…” Michael Pennington, actor, writer, director “A wonderful […]

shyl Reviews: Shylock

“A perfect performance” – London theatre guide “This is as good as theatre gets. Undiluted joy and a privilege to watch.” – Liverpool Post “An exceptional piece of theatre, everyone should see it” – Independent on Sunday “Stands out as a work of real quality, with as shocking a moment of pure theatre as one […]