Play info

CC kampanjbildGEST welcomes an exciting visiting performance: COLOUR CORRECTION

A unique international collaboration by Bananteatern (Sweden), Mukha Mugam Theatre Company (India) and performing arts collective BONTHROP (Sweden). Performed in English, Swedish Hindi and Tamil.
3 – 6 October at Gothenburg English Studio Theatre.

Influenced by the brutal gang rapes and murders of young women in India, the play pushes the limits of form and experimentation for stage making it a unique theatre experience.

Who is the woman of India today? Can we define her? What are the forces that shape how she is perceived and who gets to have the final word on who she is? Colour Correction presents the perspectives of media, the west and Bollywood in shaping the view of the Indian woman. Elephants, Yoga, Gandhi and now the gang rape...Is this what the sub- continent looks like to the west today? The play is a comedy that follows the life and dream of the everyday Indian woman.

Actors/creators: Spatica Ramanujam, Swati Das and Björn Dahlman.
Director: Björn Dahlman
Set and costume design: BONTHROP


Gothenburg English Studio Theatre, Chapmans Torg 10

Tram stop: Chapmans Torg.


We want to make your visit to GEST as enjoyable as possible and we aim to cater for everyone's needs.

Access for people with mobility restrictions

Our foyer and the theatre are completely accessible if you use wheelchair or mobility scooter. The entrance is on ground level on Chapmans Torg and cars can stop next to the entrance.

One of our two WCs is accessible.

Please note! If you use a wheelchair or mobility scooter and you wish to see a performance at GEST, please contact us in advance and inform us about your visit, so that we can arrange the seating in our theatre accordingly. If you book your ticket via Kulturpunkten, please contact us to let us know which performance you will be attending. We are able to welcome two audience members using wheelchair or mobility scooter for each performance, this is due to safety reasons.

If you use a wheelchair or scooter but wish to sit in a seat during the performance, please contact us so we can arrange for an easy access seat as well as finding a place for your aid during the performance.

Hearing aide

We cannot unfortunately offer any hearing aids, however we can reserve seats close to the stage if necessary.

Guide Dogs

Guide dogs are welcome inside the building. If you wish to attend a performance, a member of staff can care for your dog. Alternatively, depending upon the production, it may be possible for you to take your dog into the performance – please contact us for more information.


For a production programme in large print, please contact us prior to your visit.}


Tickets are on sale through Kulturpunkten: Book online and buy directly HERE. Via telephone 031 368 32 99 or visit the box office at Stora Teatern (Mon-Fri at 12-18 & Sat at 10-14).

For matinees, school bookings, group bookings, special bookings and other booking enquiries please contact GEST directly on 031 42 50 65, info[at]

Price: 200 SEK (150 SEK for students and unemployed, 170 SEK for pensioners).

Duration of the performance: 60 minutes (no interval).

5 October at 19.00
6 October at 19.00

MATINEE PERFORMANCES (please book through GEST):
3 October at 13.00
4 October at 13.00
5 October at 13.00

For teachers


If you wish to see a performance of Colour Correction and your students are 19 or under and the school is within the Gothenburg municipality, the fee will be 30kr per ticket. This is made possible by the city of Gothenburg's 'biljettsubvention', which reimburses theatres. For students from outside of Gotheburg, tickets cost 110 kr. Please book through GEST at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 031 – 42 50 65.

After Show Discussion and Teacher Resource Pack
We offer an After Show Discussion, which would last approximately 20-30 minutes. This is an invaluable opportunity for your group to discuss the play with the actors. After Show Discussions can be booked on 031 42 50 65 or info[at]

The Teachers Resource Pack for Colour Correction will be available in September.