Body-swap comedies are big in the cinema. From the mother-daughter switch of Freaky Friday to the boy who finds himself an adult in Big, Hollywood loves to show what the world looks like through someone else’s eyes.
Safe to say, however, that few such movies concern the transformation of Hindu gods into street-smart hedonists. And a dead cert that none of them takes place in Dundee.
This unlikely gap in the market is filled with some swagger by playwright Jaimini Jethwa in Hindu Times, this weekend’s instalment of Sound Stage, the audio drama collaboration between Pitlochry Festival theatre and Edinburgh’s Royal Lyceum. [READ MORE]