Letting go of grief. There are many ways and sometimes none will do. It must be the most difficult thing in the world to lose a child. From what I’ve learnt from friends, that feeling of loss never goes. Continue reading →
Suddenly, the National Theatre is beginning to reflect the wider provenance of Great Britain. November saw Rufus Norris’s brimming production of Behind the BeautifulForevers, David Hare’s adaptation of American journalist Katherine Boo’s Mumbai epic. Now Nadia Fall has taken on Dara, Shahid Nadeem’s original play first staged by Pakistan’s Ajoka Theatre.