Aysha
Kala

Khadija – played with superb focus and poise by Aysha Kala – is at home in Hackney.She has fully adopted the language and fiery, no-nonsense nature of the young people of the area. 

Daisy Bowie-Sell
Telegraph on Khadija is 18

CV

Television

Sooni Dallal 
Director Annan Tucker
Channel 4
Emma 
Director Ed Bye
Brown eyed Boy/ Kudos
Sita 
Director various
Company productions

Theatre

Nina 
Director Walter Bobbie
Theatre Royal Bath
Sonal/Joy 
Director Madani Younis
Bush Theatre
Fiona 
Director Jack Lowe
Shoreditch Town Hall
Anita 
Director Ivo Van Hove
Starring
  • Jude Law
  • The Barbican
    Sue Giki, Ines and Ronald Regan 
    Producer Philippa Neels
    Director Tom Hughes
    The Southwark Playhouse
    Ashrafi 
    Director Richard Twyman
    Royal Court
    Molly 
    Director Guy Unsworth
    Southwark Playhouse
    Khadija is 18
    nominated for an OFFIE
    Khadija 
    Director Tim Stark
    Finborough theatre
    Much Ado About Nothing
    Winner of Ian Charleston Award
    Maid 
    Director Iqbal Khan
    Royal Shakespeare Company
    Mia 
    Director Jonathon Humphries
    Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama
    Prince of Morroco/Ensemble 
    Director Jamie Garven
    Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama
    Bride 
    Director George Perin
    Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama

    Film

    Sahra 
    Director Sofiane Hassani
    Myra 
    Director James Moore, Jon Stanford
    Make Films
    Roya 
    Producer Isabel Steuble-Johnson
    Director Poonam Brah
    Writer Iman Qureshi
    London Calling, Southern Exposure Film Fund & Tailormade Productions
    Sophia 
    Director Debbie Tucker Green
    Hillbilly Films ltd
    Seema 
    Director Amit Gupta

    Radio

    Parvati-the-Witch 
    Director Tracey Neale, Emma Harding

    Broadcaster BBC Radio 4