Performance on Mon, 31st May 2021, 19:00-20:30
“Kama Sci-Fi” is an online filmed theatre event with FREE admission. Booking is required. Suitable for ages 10+
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An Indian devadasi – an expert in the 64 arts of the Kama Sutra – inadvertently becomes a time-traveller. On her journeys, she meets the most unlikely people from England in Khajuraho, India. There begins this comic caper with a nasty sting in the tale.
Kama Sci-Fi takes you on a ride with young lovers in ancient, present and future eras to develop a more holistic understanding of union.
Get set to imagine and encounter human relations in ways you had never thought before.
The performance is in English with decorative use of a handful of Hindi/Sanskrit terms such as hastini (elephant woman), mantra (sacred utterance), mandala (geometric symbols), yoni (female sexuality/spirituality), linga (phallus), jogati patta (four pots), dupatta (scarf), ferengi (foreigner), dharma (path of rightness), artha (purpose), jaghana (pubic region), chit (pure consciousness) and Bharat (India).
Yellama is a goddess honoured as the ‘Mother of the Universe’.
Shiva is one of the principle deities of Hinduism, the ‘Lord of Time’ and has many other names such as Mahakaal, Trilokesha.