Theatre Workshops by rafiki


Hands On


A unique ‘on-the-job’ experience for those interested in working behind the scenes. Apart from weekend training-sessions conducted by experts on Light design, Make-up design, Sound design, and Set design; the selected participants will have the opportunity to join the production team of two ongoing productions by rafiki due to open in July.


Workshop theme



Light Design

Anish Victor

11th and 12th June

Make-up Design

Ramakrishna Kannarpadi

18th and 19th June

Sound Design

Clement Vincent

25th and 26th June

Set Design

Dominic Taylor

2nd and 3rd July

For details and registrations contact Anil Ramachandra of Vibgyor on 98456 02265.


VIBGYOR ENTERTAINMENT, #71, Sona Towers, 5th Floor, East Wing, Millers Road, Bengalooru – 560 052.


Behind Reliance Timeout Building on Cunningham Road.
Nexto HDFC Bank on Millers Road



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