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Sanctuary Tanika Gupta

Sanctuary By Tanika Gupta

Sanctuary by Tanika Gupta

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Sanctuary by Tanika Gupta

A London churchyard becomes a sanctuary for the gardener Kabir. When a photograph of an African church appears in this little Eden, a complex drama of morality and conscience unfolds. By the author of The Waiting Room, winner of the John Whiting Award 2000, Sanctuary opens at the Lyttleton Loft in June 2002, as part of the National Theatre's Transformation season.

About Tanika Gupta

Tanika Gupta has written for theatre, radio, film and television. Her stage plays include "Voices in the Wind," "Skeleton," "On the Coach with Enoch," "Sanctuary" (also published by Oberon books) and "The Waiting Room," which won the John Whiting Award. She has also translated Brecht's "The Good Woman of Sezuan" and adapted Gita Mehta's "A River Sutra."

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Sanctuary by Tanika Gupta
Used - Very Good
Oberon Books Ltd
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