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Balvinder graduated from the University of Huddersfield in 2001 with a degree in Theatre Studies with Media. Since graduating she has worked nationally in theatre, radio, film and television. Balvinder is very excited to a part of A Storm in a Chai Cup. Theatre creditsThe Deranged Marriage (Rifco Arts), Home Sweet Home (Freedom Studios), The Snow Queen (Trestle Theatre), Our Glass House (Common Wealth Theatre), Behna (Kali Theatre), Tales of the Harrow Road (Soho Theatre), The House of Bilquis Bibi (Tamasha, Hampstead and Harrogate Theatre), Counted? (Look Left Look Right Theatre), Mela (West Yorkshire Playhouse). Radio credits An Everyday Tale of Afghan Folk (BBC Radio 4 Series 1-4 ), Granny Anne’s Joke World (Ceebeebies Series 1) Brief Lives (BBC Radio 4 Manchester), The Wild Neighbour and the Willing Cat (BBC World Service), Enemy of the People (BBC Radio 4), Silver Street (2004-2010) in which she played a regular character Simran Kaur. (BBC Asian Network). Film/TV creditsCoronation Street, Naachle London (Bollywood Film) BATFA Awarding Winning White Girl (BBC1), Adha Cup (Channel 4), Waterloo Road, Emmerdale.