Extract from 'Invisible' - work in progress performed at V&A

Tania was thrilled to perform part of 'Invisible' to an invited audience from the BAME in publishing network, in the incredibly pertinent and atmospheric South Asian Hall of the V&A museum in London. Surrounded by objects that had been 'acquired' from the Raj, and the very throne of Maharajah Ranjit Singh, the play, which weaves together Tania's own citizenship story with that of Sophia Duleep Singh, Ranjit's granddaughter, acquired a ghostly resonance.

image courtesy of Dan Vo

image courtesy of Dan Vo

Tania records the award winning 'The Wildings' by Nilanjana Roy

Shortlisted for the Commonwealth Prize (2013), the Shakti Bhatt First Book Award (2013)and the Tata First Book Literary Award (2012), 'The Wildings' by Nilanjana Roy tells of the captivating adventures of a band of feral cats fighting for survival in old Delhi, and their unlikely leader Mara, a tiny cat with extraordinary powers.

The Wildings by Nilanjana Roy read by Tania Rodrigues

“A novel for all seasons and for all ages. Nilanjana Roy has created a savage, dangerous world… a world that seems tangibly real…” ~ Gillian Wright, in India Today

Available to download now: from Audible

Audiobook of 'Slade House' by David Mitchell wins an Audiofile Earphones Award

The audiobook of David Mitchell's chiller 'Slade House' was awarded an Earphones Award and reviewed as 'Not to be Missed' this month by Audiofile, with "amazing performances by top notch narrators Thomas Judd and Tania Rodrigues". Thank you Audiofile!  You can read Audiofile's full review here:

Audiofile review of Slade House by David Mitchell audiobook

Audiofile Earphones Award for Slade HouseOr download the audiobook here:

From Audible

Tania records a short story for BBC Radio 4's 'Shorts' season 'Namaste!'

Read by Tania Rodrigues Produced by Lizzie Davies and Jill Waters - The Waters Company

Deepti Kapoor is one of three writers commissioned from around the world, to contemplate the subject of 'getting away from it all'.

In 'Namaste'  she "considers the Western tourists who have long headed to Goa for a dose of healing spirituality - and an Indian woman who tries to find a solution to her own troubles by offering the visitors what they seek."

You can listen to it again on iplayer:  HERE