This double-sided, colour A5 flyer is for the WilsonWilson Company and Sheffield Theatres Production of ‘Mapping the Edge’. The play was a site specific production at the Crucible Studio and involved audience movement across Sheffield, tracing the life experiences in love and loss of three individuals. The play was written by Amanda Dalton, Bernadine Evaristo and Alison Fell with music composed by Kuljit Bhamra. The production took place between 5 and 22 September 2001.
|Date of Creation / Publication||2001|
|Associated Person/ Organisation||Bhamra, Kuljit|
|Collection and Reference Number||Kuljit Bhamra Collection (GB 2661 KB)|
|Copyright||The Creator and/ or associated person or organisation where applicable|
|Access to originals||The originals are located with Kuljit Bhamra.|
|Series notes||Since the early 1990s, Kuljit Bhamra has contributed to musical arrangements and productions of community as well as large-scale theatre productions around the UK and internationally. His most recent accolades are from his role as an on-stage percussionist in the Andrew Lloyd-Webber & A R Rahman musical, 'Bombay Dreams'. The digitised material in this grouping reflects the scope of theatrical work Bhamra has undertaken, ranging from letters and flyers, to programmes and comments written by members of the audiences after seeing him perform on stage.|
|Collection notes||The 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.|