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Trailer for Much Ado About Nothing, directed by Iqbal Khan
The opening music for Much Ado About Nothing, composed by Niraj Chag, played over film from the show and footage from modern India, the setting for the production.
'A crazy confusion of cabling and colour and smells'
Set Designer Tom Piper and Costume Designer Himani Dehlvi talk about conveying the atmosphere of modern India for Iqbal Khan's new production of Much Ado About Nothing.
Read Tom Piper's blog on designing Much Ado About Nothing, Designer's Dreams and Doodles.
Paul Bhattacharjee performs part of Act 2 Scene 3 and Meera Syal performs part of Act 2 Scene 1 from Much Ado About Nothing.
Pre-production interviews with actors Meera Syal, Muzz Khan and Simon Nagra about discovering Shakespeare, technical rehearsals and being terrified!
Ulfah Arts works with young people and women from disadvantaged backgrounds using arts and media as tools of social empowerment. It delivers radio, film, TV and performing arts projects to engage diverse social groups of young people and women as artists, media producers and audience members.
The programmes support and nurture the development of their participants' professional and creative aptitudes through skills oriented workshops, one-to-one mentoring and practical experience in real work environments. Current projects include youth-led radio station Radio Youthology, Birmingham Active citizens in partnership with British council and youth-led online TV station YouthTelevision.TV in partnership with Media Trust and John Muir Trust.
This promo has been produced for the RSC by YouthTelevision.TV volunteers. The young people were given access to rehearsals and time with the cast of Much Ado About Nothing which included interviews with Director Iqbal Khan, Meera Syal and Paul Bhattacharjee.
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