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Ranga Shankara presents 'Pustaka Sambhrama' 'Celebrating Books' this Sunday

Details

Sep 26 | 11 a.m.

Runs till: Sep 26

Where

Ranga Shankara

36/2, 8th Cross Rd, R K Colony, 2nd Phase, J. P. Nagar 560078

Event Description

Ranga Shankara will hold a literary event on writer Jayant Kaikini's latest Kannada book 'Anarkhaliya Safety-pin.' The event will celebrate the book, which is a collection of short stories. The session will take place in the Ranga Shankara foyer at 11 AM on Sun, 26 Sept 2021, with all COVID-19 guidelines in place.

 

Jayant Kaikini, a renowned Kannada writer, poet, and lyricist, will be in conversation with writer Deepa Phadke. The discussion will be followed by an interactive Q&A session between the author and the audience. The event will conclude with a book signing by Jayant Kaikini.

 

Copies of 'Anarkhaliya Safety-pin' will be available for purchase at the Ranga Shankara book store. The event is free of cost. Seating will be on a first-come-first-serve basis.

 

The 'Pustaka Sambhrama'/'Celebrating Books' series is a part of Ranga Shankara's 'RS Connect', a programme launched during the lockdown to bring sessions of theatre, music, dance, readings, poetry, and talks to audiences in the Ranga Shankara foyer space. 'RS Connect' allows audiences, art, and artistes to come together and engage with each other free of cost.

 

 About Ranga Shankara

 

Ranga Shankara is the definitive space for quality theatre in Bangalore.  Since it opened its doors in October 2004, Ranga Shankara has developed into one of the nerve centres of theatre in India, firmly believing in ‘a play a day’, resulting in over 7000 performances by local, national and international troupes in a range of languages in Ranga Shankara’s 18 years. One of the most affordable, accessible theatres in the country (making it a favourite among amateur theatre troupes), Ranga Shankara is also known for its many festivals such as the annual Theatre Festival, AHA! Festival of Theatre for Children and Equal, all contributing to the richness of cultural fabric of not just Bangalore, but India, too.


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