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It’s been just over three weeks since LONDONEE hit the Rich Mix stage in East London and a huge thank you to all who supported the project in so many ways. To the cast and crew, you guys were brilliant.
A lot has happened since then. Sadly, we didn’t reach our target on KKBB in time (though, we were so close it hurts!). So, we’re re-strategizing and getting back in the saddle for the future of not only this project, but a few other germs of ideas that are in development. And it’s very exciting!
One of the best things about the post-show blues are the comments and discussions the show inspires. Here are a few snippits from various audience members who saw the show and kindly shared their thoughts with us:
“It was a very impressive production, and I was fascinated by the many cultural nuances in the play which I’d never been exposed to before. Tiny shifts of vision, which are hard to put onto words but are obviously very important. I thought the musicians were wonderful, and the actors did a great job. I was delighted I could understand a bit of the Bengali! [...] Very many congratulations on your excellent production of an enlightening play.” – Alice Sielle, Independent Artist
“What a fantastic play! We thoroughly enjoyed Londonee – very well directed, acted and delivered.” –Lata Desai, Musician and Chairwoman of London Sitar Ensemble
“First off, I came along to Londonee on Friday and really enjoyed it. Such a fantastic and inspiring production with brilliant performances. Congratulations to you both! Fingers crossed that we can find another home for it and continue its run. It really deserves it.” –Emily Bray, Agent at Independent Talent Group
If these words are any indication, we can surely rest contented and be proud of a job well done!