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Hurling Rubble at the Sun

by Avaes Mohammad

Taufeeq 'T' Sultan | Ragevan Vasan
Amma Sultan | Bharti Patel
Mary Brennan | Nicola Duffet

Ragevan Vasan’s television credits include Cuffs (BBC).

Theatre credits include Selfie (Ambassadors Theatre/NYT), Private Peaceful (Ambassadors Theatre/NYT), Macbeth (Ambassadors Theatre/NYT), Handmade Tales (Arcola Theatre) and Our Land (Bristol Gradfest).

Ragevan has appeared in short films Cargo, The Real Thing and Idle (Third Eye Productions).

Bharti Patel proudly hails from Coventry. Bharti has worked nationally and internationally with theatre companies, her most recent works include Behind the Beautiful Forevers at National Theatre, Spellbound for Walk the Plank. This is Bharti’s first time at Park Theatre.

Nicola Duffet was born in Portsmouth, Hampshire. She remains best known for two long-running soap opera roles. After appearing as Debbie in Eastenders. from 1993 to 1995, she went into the role of boozy floozy Cat Matthews in Family Affairs. Cat first appeared in Family Affairs in late 1998, and was a key character in the show’s story lines until the series ended in December 2005.

Film work include the role of Mrs Bast in Ismail Merchant and James Ivory’s 1992 film adaptation of Howards End. In 2008, she played Big Mo in the BBC film Dustbin Baby as well as appearing in Made in Dagenham, Spider and Set Fire To The Stars.

Her stage credits include Simon Gray’s Simply Disconnected (Chichester Festival); as Titania in A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Helen of Troy in Troilus and Cressida (The Open Air Theatre, Regents Park). More recent television credits include Coronation Street  (ITV), Torchwood (BBC) and Doctors (BBC).