Ghar Ghar

Annum Salman

Step into the world of "Ghar, Ghar," a compelling stage play that delves deep into the heart of South Asian family dynamics, set against the backdrop of pivotal life events like weddings. Premiering at the Rosemary Pub Theatre during the Camden Fringe festival in August 2024, this powerful narrative sheds light on the often-hidden challenges faced by South Asian families.

Set between Karachi and London, "Ghar, Ghar" explores complex issues such as sexism, dowry pressures, body image, and personal struggles within the family. Beneath the celebratory surface of weddings lies a story of silent dowries, shame, and family abuse. The protagonist's journey reveals that home isn't always a safe haven, especially amidst wedding tensions and a mother's avoidance of harsh truths.

Through evocative storytelling, "Ghar, Ghar" tackles universal themes of abuse, gender bias, and identity. It challenges deep-seated traditions, opening the door to new perspectives and fostering cultural dialogue. This play aims to inspire social change and artistic innovation, promoting a more inclusive society for all.

Join us at the Camden Fringe festival for a transformative theatrical experience that promises to engage, enlighten, and inspire.

Event Details

Genre: Theatre

Duration: 60 mins

Price: £20

Social Media

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Trigger warning: Abuse, Adult Language

Suitable for ages: 16 and over

World premiere

See venue page for accessibility information.

22 August 2024 7.00pm

Rosemary Branch Theatre

Full: £20

Conc: £15

23 August 2024 7.00pm

Rosemary Branch Theatre

Full: £20

Conc: £15


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