Sherry Duggal – Surrey Muse

Sherry Duggal is an actor, playwright, writer and poet. She has written and performed her work in India, UK and Canada. She played the lead in a comedy-mystery feature film Plus in 2012, and she has worked on a number of short films and music videos since then. Her scripts and plays have featured in international festivals including Rabindranath Tagore Festival, Sufi Legacy Conference, Diwalifest, Summer in the City, Mother Tongue Festival, Masala Mehndi Masti!, and Pull Festival. She presented her play ‘Eve: A Balancing Act’ in New Delhi and at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Sherry has been featured as a writer/presenter at World Poetry, Poetic Justice, Pandora’s Collective, Holy Wow poets, Writers International Network, Surrey Muse; and she has taken part in spoken word events throughout Vancouver. Sherry published her first book Beneath The Surface (Leadstart Publishing, India) in 2016, and she is looking forward to the release of her second book soon.

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At the February 23 gathering of Surrey Muse, Sherry will be the Featured Performer. More information about the event is here:

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  1. […] alternate arrangements to have our featured Author Lydia Kwa, featured Poet Raul Gatica, featured Performer Sherry Duggal, Booksigning Author Ashok Bhargava, and Open Mic Opener Mariam Zohra to present in the near […]


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