Direct from a sold-out Adelaide season, award-winning, writer and actor Stephen House opens the door on a dangerously beautiful, hidden New Delhi world.
When a wandering writer drifts back to an Indian guest house he has known for decades, he confronts his past, people from it, and finally himself. Written on an Asialink India literature residency, direct from a sold-out Adelaide season, award-winning writer and actor, Stephen House, presents, “The Ajoona Guest House”. Following his nationally acclaimed, “Appalling Behaviour” & “Almost Face to Face”, this latest monologue, opens the door on a dangerously beautiful, hidden New Delhi world.
‘The Ajoona Guest House gets five stars’ – The Advertiser
‘A master storyteller… exquisite’ – Stage Whispers‘Deeply evocative… a theatrical gem’ – Theatre Travels
Content Warning: Adult language & themes, drug references
Written and performed by Stephen House
Directed by Rosalba Clemente
Lighting Design by Julian Adams
Sound by Alain Valodze
Visual rating 50%: Events are partly subtitled or include dialogue, background music and/or sounds, so d/Deaf and hard of hearing audiences can have some engagement with the event.
Aural Rating 100%: Entirely sound-based with no visual elements and can be fully experienced by blind or low vision audiences.