If you fancy a night of colourful saris and glittering jewels whilst taking an irrelevant look at an Indian wedding then you should head to The Oxford Playhouse from Wednesday June 10 to Saturday June 13.
If you don‚Äôt then that‚Äôs your perogative but you‚Äôll definitely be missing out.
According to Time Out, The Deranged Marriage is one that you‚Äôll get carried away with in what they describe as a charming production.
The play is written and directed by Pravesh Kumar and has been getting rave reviews across the country.
Rishi and Sona have just met and now they‚Äôre getting married.
While their frenzied families race to ensure this is the wedding of the century, the young couple‚Äôs cold feet threaten to cause mayhem. In the midst of the glittering jewels and spectacular saris, years of family conflict bubbles under the surface and as crooning aunties and drunken uncles gather, is the reason behind it all becoming lost?
Rifco (Britain‚Äôs Got Bhangra, Break the Floorboards) invite you to put on your wedding best and join the party as they take an irreverent look at British Asian wedding traditions. With humour bursting at the seams plus bhangra beats aplenty this is a production that will definitely leave you with a smile on your face.
For tickets visit www.oxfordplayhouse.com