Shakespeare Play Readings

Ranga Shankara & JustBooks CLC Shakespeare Play Readings

As a precursor to its annual Theatre Festival, Ranga Shankara will present play reading sessions. Three well-known Bangaloreans, Padmavati Rao (among Bangalore’s best-known story-tellers), RJ Shraddha Chaudhary (the sweet voice over the radio all of us love to hear),

the multi-faceted Vasanthi Hariprakash (ex-RJ, Radio City, NDTV’s special correspondent, and writer) and Aarti Aney (from the Ranga Shankara team) will read Shakespeare’s most-loved plays to children at JustBooks outlets across the city.

Children above eight and adults are invited to these sessions at 11 AM on 30 Sep, 14 Oct and 21 Oct ’12. Admission is free. The venue details are as follows:

Date: Sun, 30 Sep ‘12


Date: Sun, 14 Oct ’12

J P Nagar
VijayaBank Layout

Date: Sun, 21 Oct ‘12

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More details about the readings are available on the Ranga Shankara website and Facebook page.

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