Diya thinks her roti is yuck! Her grandad always tells her that his mother’s, mother’s, mother flipped her roti so high it landed in the sky. That the moon is a roti! Diya doesn’t believe him. She sets out on an adventure to find out the truth about the moon with the help of some charming new animal friends.
Chandni Mistry is a Midlands based actor who has performed in many children’s shows including at Curve Leicester & touring. Chandni means moonlight. Fishhouse Theatre have been telling women’s stories since 2015. Resident company at Upstairs at the Western theatre, this is their first show for families and they’ve loved every minute of making it.