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Deafinitely Theatre's latest production is a bilingual version of George Brant's acclaimed play Grounded which charts the intimately personal journey of a female fighter pilot who loses her wings. Joe Turnbull went along to London's Park Theatre to see if it reaches the heights.

Nadia Nadarajah and Charmaine Wombwell as the Pilot in Deafinitely Theatre's Grounded. They both wear flight suits.

Charmaine Wombwell (left) and Nadia Nadarajah right) as The Pilot in Definitely's production 'Grounded'. Image © Marc Brenner

Deafinitely Theatre's latest production is a bilingual version of George Brant's acclaimed play Grounded which charts the intimately personal journey of a female fighter pilot who loses her wings. Joe Turnbull went along to London's Park Theatre to see if it reaches the heights.

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Nadia Nadarajah and Charmaine Wombwell as the Pilot in Deafinitely Theatre's Grounded. They both wear flight suits.

The moments of humour come from Nadarajah's signing and her more likeable, feminine portrayal. Image © Marc Brenner

Deafinitely Theatre's latest production is a bilingual version of George Brant's acclaimed play Grounded which charts the intimately personal journey of a female fighter pilot who loses her wings. Joe Turnbull went along to London's Park Theatre to see if it reaches the heights.

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Charmaine Wombwell in Deafinitely Theatre's Grounded. She has a sombre expression on her face

Wombwell portrays the Pilot in a much more stony light. Image © Marc Brenner

Deafinitely Theatre's latest production is a bilingual version of George Brant's acclaimed play Grounded which charts the intimately personal journey of a female fighter pilot who loses her wings. Joe Turnbull went along to London's Park Theatre to see if it reaches the heights.

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