diaryofmuslimgirlWe’re thrilled to be publishing Ambreen Razia’s debut play The Diary of a Hounslow Girl.

Ambreen is currently touring her one-woman monologue around the UK, and has been getting fabulous 4 & 5 star reviews.  Here’s just a sample!

“Ambreen Razia has written, and is now performing a one-woman monologue The Diary Of a Hounslow Girl, at venues around the UK and it’s a powerful piece of theatre indeed… Ambreen Razia’s performance is astonishing and engaging. For any actor to hold an audience interested for over an hour is an achievement in itself. The fact that she manages to inject the performance with humour, and the fervour of youth, says a lot about her understanding of her subject, of the quality of the writing and of the talent of Razia herself.” 5 stars Douglas Mayo, BritishTheatre.com Read the full review here

“With her debut show The Diary of a Hounslow Girl, Ambreen Razia proves to be as talented a writer as she is a performer. This is a sophisticated, moving and often very funny piece of writing, particularly nuanced in its depiction of Shaheeda’s relationship with her mother. Smart, astute, and funny play about the life a British-Pakistani teenager.” Lauren Mooney, The Stage Read the full review here

“Ambreen Razia is cutting, mocking and empathetic by turns.” Verity Healey, Theatre Bubble Read the full review here

“This simultaneously amusing and poignant show reminds us that behind every seemingly surly and irascible teenager is a person just as human as we are.” Chris Omaweng, London Theatre 1 Read the full review here

“A fresh and hilarious play written and performed by such a talented lady that I did not just enjoy the play, I was completely and utterly impressed by it.” Emily Cousins, Everything Theatre Read the full review here


Check out the trailer for The Diary of a Hounslow Girl