Black Theatre Live


Pyar Actually

Writer: Sukh Ojla

Director: Pravesh Kumar

Designer: Rebecca Brower

Lighting Designer: Jack Weir

Sound Designer: Matt Eaton

Sukh Ojla plays the role of Polly and Amarjit. Her theatre acting credits include Future Conditional (Old Vic), Coconut (Park Theatre), Skin Like Butter (The Etcetera), Ladylogue! (Tristan Bates Theatre), There’s Something Simmy and MummyJi Presents (Rifco). For television, credits include Black Mirror (Channel 4), Britz (Channel 4), Eastenders, Hospital People (BBC) and for film, Victoria and Abdul (Stephen Frears).

Simon Rivers plays Bali. His theatre credits include Where's My Desi Soulmate? (Rifco), East Is East (Northern Stage/Nottingham Playhouse), Wipers (Curve Theatre/UK Tour), The Charming Man (Theatre 503), Dr Faustus (Stratford Circus/Present Moment Theatre Company), Mela (West Yorkshire Playhouse), The Algebra of Freedom (7:84 Theatre Company). His television credits include Girlfriends (Rollem Productions), Call The Midwife (Neal Street Productions), No Offence (Freemantle Media/Channel 4), Doctors (BBC), Crash (BBC/Red Planet Productions) and for film, ID2: Shadwell Academy (Post Republic).