A HIT show returns to its roots to celebrate its 10th anniversary at Theatre Royal Windsor
A HIT show returns to its roots to celebrate its 10th anniversary at Theatre Royal Windsor next month.
Rifco’s The Deranged Marriage, which is set in the Slough and Windsor area, follows nervous couple Sona and Rishi and their families during their extravagant wedding preparations.
It explores the relationship between tradition and conformity and asks whether British Asian adults can still observe the tradition of arranged marriages within their modern lives.
Artistic director of Rifco, Pravesh Kumar, who wrote and directs the play, is from Slough and still resides in the area.
He said: “It’s not often you get to revisit one of your biggest hits. A lot has changed in the last 10 years. We have grown as a company and our audience has also grown.
“It’s very exciting to be presenting a new version of The Deranged Marriage to previous and new audiences. As well as a new script, cast and design, the show will feature creative digital elements to aid the storytelling.”
Performances take place from Monday to Saturday, May 11 to 16, at 8pm, with matinees on Thursday at 2.30pm and Saturday at 4.45pm.
Tickets cost Â£13 to Â£35 from the box office on 01753 853888 or www.theatreroyalwindsor.co.uk