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New and old collide in this colourful comedy, full of intertwined love stories, dazzling dance and a sensational soundtrack.

Bring on the Bollywood takes a love story inspired by real life, filters it through classical comedies from Goldsmith to Shakespeare and infuses it with all the energy of a great Bollywood musical.

Come and join Katrina, our headstrong heroine, as she returns to her parents’ home to attend her brother’s wedding. Here she finds a meddling mother, a line of suitors and, just possibly, true love.

Duration: Approximately 2:45 with interval

For a chance to win tickets to spectacular musical rom-com Bring on the Bollywood, tell us:
 
What's your favourite romantic comedy (film, book or play)?
 
Email us with your answer and you could win: 2 tickets on Tue 15 August.
 
Deadline: Mon 7 August at 12pm.

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Presented by Phizzical, Belgrade Theatre Coventry and Vivacity Key Theatre

Age guideline 8+

  • …a spectacular musical that combines Shakespearean style rom-com with Bollywood bling.
       
    Rugby Advertiser
  • A sheer delight from beginning to end.
       
    Coventry Telegraph

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