After more than thirty years, Alan is returning to Mumbai on business. He finds the bustling city is moving on and up. Between meetings and expense account dinners, he visits the auntie and cousin he used to spend his holidays with, and makes an unexpected discovery about his late father. As truths are uncovered one by one, will Alan be forced to come to terms with a way of life he turned his back on? Will he reconnect with the cousin he loved as a brother? A father he thought he knew, and the tiger that haunted his dreams?
Neil D'Souza is a writer and actor. He trained at RADA. Stage appearances include The Man of Mode (NT), Midnight's Children (RSC), Twelfth Night (West End) and The Merchant of Venice (Shakespeare's Globe). Writing credits include Small Miracle (Oberon Books) a series for Granada and a sitcom for the BBC. As an actor his theatre credits include How to Hold Your Breath and Khandan (Royal Court), Much Ado About Nothing and Midnight's Children (Royal Shakespeare Company), Drawing the Line (Hampstead Theatre), The Man of Mode (National Theatre) and Tintin (Watford Palace Theatre/West End).