Made In India

Ulrika Krishnamurti as Aditi in Made in India - Credit Robert Day

Event details

  • Thursday 2 – Saturday 4 March
  • 7.30pm
  • The Dukes, Moor Lane, Lancaster, LA1 1QE
  • 01524 598 500

“This is business. No different to buying a pair of trainers.”

In a surrogacy clinic in Gujurat, three women meet.

Londoner Eva is in motherhood’s last chance saloon –  her only hope is to have her eggs extracted, fertilised with her late husband’s sperm, and implanted into another woman’s womb.

For village girl Aditi, dairy worker and single mother, surrogacy is a lifeline out of poverty for herself and her own young daughters.

For clinic owner and businesswoman Dr Gupta, it’s all just another transaction.

But against the backdrop of profound global forces, can it possibly remain that simple?

A thrilling play about motherhood and blood ties between women and nations in a brave new world.

By Satinder Chohan

“an intellectually and emotionally stirring encounter.” The Observer
 “enthralling story, honest and educational” Remote Goat
“A subtly and increasingly thought-provoking depiction of an all-too-true reality. A moving collaboration.”  The Reviews Hub
Behind The Arras
The Times
 The Guardian




Age Guidance 14+

There will be a post show talk-back after the performance on Friday 3 March

Schools workshops are available to accompany these performances, specifically tailored for your group. Please see www.dukes-lancaster.org/creative-learning/schools for more details.


£13 (£11 concessions)
Schools £9.50 & one teacher free with every ten students