Looking forward to Nautanki Theatre’s 3rd South-Asian Festival on November 15-16

Usma Gillani in ‘Jahan Ara’

In language Theatre Festival of various Community Theatre Groups

South-Asian Theatre Festival is first of its kind to support community based theatre groups in NSW. Many South-Asian community theatre groups are running plays for many decades. Nautanki Theatre will work along such organisations and help them keep practicing theatre as performing arts with better theatre resources, education and knowledge sharing for a cross-cultural exchange.

For the Third year running, Nautanki Theatre’s 3rd South-Asian Festival is a celebration in South-Asian languages, transcending cultures and geographical boundaries, these plays are presented by various South-Asian theatre groups who have been performing plays for many years within their community space. A Punjabi play Booha Kholo (The Closed Door), a Kannada play Halavandagalu (The Nightmare) and a Fijian-Hindi play Alvida (Goodbye Mother India) are included in this festival. Nautanki Company will be presenting 3 plays back to back at Riverside Theatre in Parramatta over two evenings.

3rd South-Asian Theatre Festival is partially funded by Stockland CARE grant.

 Collect Entry Tickets on 02-8839 3399


Ticket $21 for general admission | 15th & 16th November 7.30 PM


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