Randeep Purewall – Surrey Muse

Randeep Purewall is a blogger, playwright and performer who writes on political, legal and cultural topics. He has studied acting with Katrina Dunn and voice with Sanders Whiting. He recently wrote his first play ‘The Nameless’, and is now writing his second play ‘Shah Bano’ on the infamous 1980s Indian court case. He speaks Punjabi, Urdu, Hindi and English, and has proficiency in French and Mandarin Chinese. After doing Law, he attained his masters degree in Law and Social Sciences in 2010 from the University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS). In his spare time, he enjoys reading, hiking, and travelling. Randeep is a co-founder and the Legal Adviser of Surrey Muse.

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About Uddari

Fauzia Rafique is a Pakistani Canadian author writing fiction and poetry in English and Punjabi. Publications: ''Holier Than Life' English poems (Purple Poppy Press 2013). Novel 'Skeena' (Libros Libertad, Surrey 2011), 'Skeena' Punjabi Gurumukhi (Uddari Books, Surrey 2011), 'Skeena' Punjabi Shahmukhi (Sanjh Publications, Lahore 2007). More at: http://gandholi.wordpress.com/ (Gravatar image: 'Revolution Is A Female' writing on the wall in Aleppo by TRAP - The Real Art of Protest)

2 thoughts on “Randeep Purewall – Surrey Muse

  1. […] Manuel (1949 – 2010). The evening brought together many fabulous people including Heidi Greco, Randeep Purewall, Pamela Bentley, Joy Haskell and Rahat Kurd, with organizers Joanne Arnott, Kevin Spenst, Diane […]


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