Lolita Chakrabarti is an award-winning actress and writer.
Her play RED VELVET earned her the Charles Wintour Evening Standard Award and the Critics Circle Award in 2012 for Most Promising Playwright after it premiered at the Tricycle Theatre.
Lolita also produced OF MARY, a short film, directed by Adrian Lester, which won the Best Short Film Award at PAFF, Los Angeles 2012.
ROLLING OVER (SILVERPRINT Pictures)
DAEMONOLOGIE (Lookout Point)
RED VELVET the film (Kenneth Branagh)
Dramaturg on MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE (director Kate Prince for Sadlers Wells)
LIFE OF PI (Simon Friend Entertainment)
INVISIBLE CITIES (59 Productions)
POLITICALLY CORRECT (Fiery Angel)
THE ELEPHANT WHISPERER (White Dog Productions)
TESTAMENTS (The Roundhouse)
THE GREATEST WEALTH – 2018
Old Vic Theatre, London
A series of 8 monologues celebrating the NHS’ 70th birthday
Curated by Lolita
Monologue for the 1980’s SPEEDY GONZALEZ by Lolita Chakrabarti
RED VELVET – 2012, 2014, 2016
Tricycle Theatre, London; St Anne’s Warehouse, New York; Branagh Company at the Garrick Theatre
Charles Wintour Evening Standard Award 2012 for Most Promising Playwright
Critics Circle Award 2012 for Most Promising Playwright
AWA Award 2013 for Arts and Culture
Nominated for Whatsonstage Awards 2013 for London Newcomer of the Year & Best New Play
Nominated for an Olivier Award 2013 for Best Play in an Affiliate Theatre
LAST SEEN – JOY – 2009
Almeida Theatre/Slung Low
RED VELVET – 2014 Saturday drama BBC Radio 4
THE GODDESS – 2006 Woman’s Hour serial BBC Radio 4
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