Kanjoos - The Miser Fundraising Video





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Published on Aug 3, 2012

We are giving you the opportunity to help Tara Arts raise money towards costumes for its upcoming production: Kanjoos - The Miser.

This link to our WeFund page will show you exactly how you can get your hands on a bunch of perks in exchange for your generous donations.

The perks:

£10 - Mention in the show's programme as a donor.
£20 - Mention in the programme and the show's poster signed by Hardeep Singh Kohli.
£50 - The above and a free ticket to the show
£100 - A mention in the programme, a signed poster and 2 free tickets to the show
£250 - The above and a concession code for Tara Art's season brochure. This will give you a discount on all tickets you purchase from Tara Arts all season long.
£500 - The above and lunch with Hardeep Singh Kohli
£1,000 - Dinner for 4 people cooked by Hardeep Singh Kohli

Kanjoos - the Miser by Moliere
adapted by Hardeep Singh Kohli & Jatinder Verma
from a literal translation by Patricia Dreyfus.

26th September - 13th October at Tara Arts

Moliere's classic comedy Kanjoos (Hindi for "miser") is transported from 17th century France to modern India.

In the money-mad maelstrom of modern Mumbai lurks Harjinder makhi choos ("flea-sucking miser"). A man obsessed with hoarding his wealth by adhereing strictly to Gandhi's principles of minimum dress and food. Harjinder hates spending money with a passion, whether it be on his household or his children who themselves are desperate for marriage and obsessed with the "Bolly" lifestyle of Mumbai.

This new version of Moliere's classic farce is a comedy for our times. When the age of austerity is pitched firmly up against the ever increasing desire to consume, sparks will fly.


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