“THE FABULOUS ADVENTURES OF ADITI AND FRIENDS” A Theatrical Experience for Children by rafiki





A Theatrical Experience for Children


Directed by Anish Victor | Written by Sunitha

The performance is based on the series written by Suniti Namjoshi, published by Tulika.

Cast : Anil Ramachandra, Ashiqa Salvan, Charumathi Suprajha, Jayanthi Satchidanda, Ravindra Vijay and Shree Lakshmi Rao.


School shows on Weekdays (Mon – Fri) : 11th – 28th July 2011 at 10.30am and 1pm.

Public shows on Sundays : 17th and 24th July 2011 at 3.30pm



Venue : KK Foundation and Public Charitable Trust, Off Cunningham Road, Bengalooru (Behind KFC on Cunningham Road).


Call : 98864 74674 for bookings.


Follow us on http://www.facebook.com/aditiandfriends

Anil Ramachandra

Artistic Director

VIBGYOR Entertainment (. . . stage of colors)

# 71, Sona Towers, 5th Floor, Millers Road, Bengalooru – 560 052, Karnataka, India.

Off Cell: +91 98863 70614 | Tel: +91 (80) 4225 0469 – 72 | Fax : +91 (80) 4147 2298

Email: btf@vibgyorentertainment.org | reachus@vibgyorentertainment.org


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Similar Story

Nature Feature: A dinner invitation

"Will you walk into my parlour?" Said the spider to the fly. "I've spread a carpet of silk and diamonds! Walk in, and don't be shy! Do come along, for I grow thinner... I've LOVE to have you, ahem, for dinner!" Jokes apart, Funnel Web Spiders also called Wolf Spiders, are named because of the funnel-like web they weave...and the second name is given because they are ferocious predators. They build a flat sheet of nonsticky web with a funnel-shaped retreat to one side or occasionally in the middle, depending on the situation and species. The typical hunting mode is…

Similar Story

Theatre Review: “Credit Titles” by Bangalore Little Theatre

It was like a rare alignment of the planets: several factors come together to pull me out of my usual Ranga Shankara ambit for watching a play. I had not been to visit Bangalore International Centre, which opened a while ago in Domlur; Bangalore Little Theatre, as part of their "VP 80" festival, was staging "Credit Titles"; the play, written by Vijay Padaki, whose 80th birthday the festival marks, was based on a story by Vinod Vyasulu, an eminent economist whom I've known for a long time, as our daughters share a cose friendship dating from 1988. And last but…