News / Talent development

Finalist for Best Home Produced show award

Phizzical is delighted to be in the Top 6 finalist shows in the Best Home Production category at the Whats On Readers Awards 2017 for our fun family experience Bring on the Bollywood .

Bring on the Bollywood is produced in association with Belgrade Theatre, Coventry.  Written by Samir Bhamra and Steve Nijjar, it featured music by …

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News / Talent development

Best Home Produced Show nomination

Phizzical is delighted to be nominated in the Best Home Production category at the Whats On Readers Awards 2017 for our fun family experience Bring on the Bollywood .

Bring on the Bollywood is produced in association with Belgrade Theatre, Coventry.  Written by Samir Bhamra and Steve Nijjar, it featured music by Ustad Sarvar Sabri, …

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Dance / Music

Circle of Light – Outdoor Dance Commission

As part of Leicester’s Diwali day revelries, Phizzical Productions created an outdoor dance performance incorporating a visual arts experience celebrating the arrival of Rama, Sita and Lakshman.

The Diwali day celebration is based on the Ram Lila and features a specially designed Pushpaka Vimana, the first mention of a flying chariot in the Indian sacred scriptures. Choreographed by …

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News / Performance

Audiences and Critics love Bollywood

Lovely to see so many different cultures and age groups come together in‪ Coventry‬ to watch a Bollywood musical
Audience member via Facebook

A sheer delight from beginning to end
Love Midlands Theatre

An irresistible banquet of fun
William Stafford

SPECTACULAR
Coventry Telegraph

Just like a mini Bollywood movie
Audience member via Twitter

Go see it!
Audience member via Twitter

Phizzical Productions easily justifies its name: it fizzes …

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Dance / Music

Bring on the Bollywood

Samir Bhamra, the master of authentic Bollywood inspired work creates a brand new Bollywood dance-theatre extravaganza for Phizzical Productions in association with Belgrade Theatre Coventry.

City and country, old and new collide at Colonel Pawar’s ancestral home – the shabby and un-chic Lakshman Villa. Confined within these walls, his wife Mrs Pawar pines for the cultural …

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