A day-long carnival of stories

A celebration on 1 March to revive the forgotten art of story telling. Get your kids and their friends to Cubbon Park. Entry free.

Hippocampus is proud to present Hoo’s Tales, a day-long carnival of stories for the children of Bengaluru and Chennai. We invite you to a magical journey told by theatre artiste, mime artists, ventriloquists, clowns, puppeteers and traditional story tellers.

This is a celebration to revive the forgotten art of story telling. Hoo’s excited about it. We are sure your little ones will be excited too.

So, what are you waiting for. Get your kids and their friends and drop in for a fascinating day at Cubbon Park, Bal Bhavan area on 1 March between 10:30 am and 6 pm. Bring your friends and classmates along because entry is free!

If you or your organisation is associated with a NGO working with children, please do get them for the event. Also get as many kids from the neighbourhood as they will all have a blast. This event is ideal for the ages 4-12 years with performances in both Kannada and English.

Hippocampus is a very small team and everyone’s involved! The event is sponsored by Design Store and Sportzvillage.

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