Shraddha goes digital

Shraddha written by Natasha Langridge

Winner of the 2010 Meyer-Whitworth Award 'Shraddha', written by Natasha Langridge and first published by Oberon Books in 2009, has gone digital.

Meyer-Whitworth Judge's comment:
“It’s thrilling to encounter a playwright who first of all takes the time thoroughly to research an unseen corner of British culture, and then enters so passionately and creatively into the challenges of bringing that story to the stage. Shraddha displays some breath-taking writing and a vivid theatrical imagination; it’s the kind of play that makes you hungry to know what the writer will produce next.” Edward Kemp, Meyer-Whitworth Award judge

Paperback and digital versions are both available at Amazon and Oberon Books.

Synopsis:
The 2012 Olympics spells eviction for the generations of Romany Gypsies living in East London. 17 year old Pearl Penfold is one of them. As the bulldozers close in, Pearl falls in love with Joe, a boy from the local estate. Can Joe prove himself to Pearl and her family before they are gone forever?

Shraddha was first performed to sell-out audiences at the Soho Theatre, London during October and November 2009.