Almeida For Free
Tickets are available to those aged 25 and under as part of Almeida For Free
As part of Almeida For Free and sparked by themes raised in Three Sisters, an invited panel of women will be discussing what sisterhood has meant to them, both in their creative work and personal lives. Chaired by our Young Producers, this event will be a chance for the audience to ask the panel about their experiences.
Panellists include theatre and film composer Isobel Waller-Bridge, blogger and YouTuber Grace Victory, actor Mandeep Dhillon and author Davina Hamilton.
Thu 30 May
3 - 4pm
Mandeep is an actor who can be seen playing the series regular role of Sandy in Ricky Gervais' new Netflix comedy After Life.
Mandeep played the series regular role of Kamali in crime-thriller Bulletproof for Sky One as well as the role of Corwi in TV mini-series The City and The City for BBC Two / Mammoth Screen alongside David Morrissey. Other credits include regular roles in Good Karma Hospital for ITV and new comedy Hospital People for BBC One. She is probably best known for playing Saz Kaur in BBC Three comedy Some Girls and played the role of Karen in David Brent: Life on the Road, written and directed by Ricky Gervais.
Tickets are limited to two per person