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A profound attention to the importance of words, and a particular commitment to the Tamil language, was exercised through a play with words that entertained as it taught. This small incident seemed to indicate both his commitment to language and to education — and having subsequently seen performances of his plays in schools, I have witnessed this example magnified in his cultural and educational programmes for children. Shanmugalingam did not flinch as his made his reverse translation and pretended innocence to what he had done even though the students laughed.

His small word play, a tiny moment of theatre, illustrated how serious theatre can be. It concerns his misgivings with the notion of applied theatre as it became used within and outside the theatre communities in the north of Sri Lanka. I am not a neutral observer here as I have been involved in a number of applied theatre training programmes across Sri Lanka but particularly in the North and East of the island. There are two points of practice in applied theatre to which Shanmugalingam has rightly drawn attention and criticism. The first is the idea that after a short training programme anyone can run a theatre project. The second is that theatre can be involved in all areas of life addressing issues and improving social problems directly.

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Shanmugalingam has pioneered theatre training in Jaffna for many years and knows the difficulty he has faced in both maintaining the integrity of his programmes and also support for them. He is therefore rightly critical of the idea that people with limited training can instantly become theatre practitioners. I agree with this point and what his position has taught me is that while theatre must remain an inclusive art form we must remember the theatre in applied theatre. In the UK we have become very good at teaching about the contexts in which theatre can be practised, but at times we have lost sight of the theatre skills necessary to make this happen.

The experience of working with theatre colleagues in Jaffna is that the skills of the theatre makers are paramount if the work is to be properly applied. While I still believe many people have the capacity to be involved in theatre projects, Shanmugalingam has taught me that we must not forget the artistry that gives these projects their strength in the first place. Kumara on March 30, with an overnight chanting of Pirith and almsgiving. The making of the sweetmeats undeniably the best thing about Avurudu, if you ask us! The other sweetmeats, like Kevum, Kokis and Asmi are all made by Mrs.

I occasionally get calls from the nephews and nieces who are flying in from abroad to make their favourite sweetmeats for them to enjoy when they arrive! It is only then that the food is shared with others and plates are passed around. For Kamala these customs are not just something to be adhered to but a way of life. Kamala delights in having her extended family her eldest Uthpala has married and has two children, while youngest Thara has already flown in from Singapore and Kosala will fly in from New York and friends gathered at her household for Avurudu and the dinner that follows, just like they always have. The Premachandra family has a calendar crisscrossed with dates for Thai Pongal, the April new year, Ramazaan, Deepavali and Christmas thanks to living in a vibrant multicultural community.

Vasuki used to be a banker and joined the teaching profession because her husband was in the army. While she grew up in Colombo Vasuki remembers the more colourful New Year holidays she spent with her relations in Jaffna. For the young Vasuki and her cousins the holidays were heaven on a plate-quite literally for sweetmeats would be made in ample quantities to feed the frequent visitors and family members! Add to that the elaborate Kai Visaesham exchange of gifts, or ganudenu ceremony and the young members of the family would indeed have a very prosperous New Year.

Jaffna households are large and people often gather in one place for the making of these sweetmeats. The younger ones learnt respect for their elders and how to work together.


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