Note to Kuljit Bhamra from The Really Useful Theatre Group – Postcard

Series nameTheatre: Bombay Dreams
Description

This full colour, double sided postcard features the ‘Bombay Dreams’ logo on one side and a handwritten thank you note to Kuljit Bhamra from The Really Useful Group Limited (RUG) – a global theatre management company – who produced the ‘Bombay Dreams’ musical. The note reads: “Kuljit, Thank you for everything – without you Bombay Dreams would be a duller (and quieter!) show. Here’s to year 2!” The note is dated 17 June 2003.

Date of Creation / Publication2003
CreatorThe Really Useful Theatre Group
Associated Person/ OrganisationBhamra, Kuljit
LocationLondon
Collection and Reference Number Kuljit Bhamra Collection (GB 2661 KB)
Catalogue NumberKB/THE/BD/3
CopyrightThe Creator and/ or associated person or organisation where applicable
Access to originalsThe originals are located with Kuljit Bhamra.
Series notesKuljit Bhamra was cast as one of two on-stage percussionists in the west end musical 'Bombay Dreams' in 2002. He was a permanent member of cast until June 2004, when the production ended its run in the UK. 'Bombay Dreams' is based on a book by Meera Syal. The musical was produced for stage by Andrew Lloyd Webber, with music by world renowned composer A R Rahman and choreography by Bollywood film choreographer, Farah Khan. The digitised material in this file features relevant pages of the 'Bombay Dreams' programme, 'Bombay Dreams' score sheets and a sample of the many congratulatory notes from audience members to Kuljit Bhamra.
Collection notesThe digitised material in the Kuljit Bhamra Collection includes material related to Kuljit Bhamra as a solo artist as well as to his record company, Keda Records. The items include posters, flyers, documents, cassette and CD sleeves, photographs, performance programmes and musical scores.
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