9th Edition of CHILDREN'S THEATRE FESTIVAL in Hyderabad from 12 - 14 December 2018
Hyderabad, 5 December 2018 - The 9th edition of Hyderabad Children's Theatre Festival will be held at Shilpakala Vedika, Madhapur from 12th to l4 December 2017. This year's exciting line up sees two productions from Mumbai - The Exchange Student by tpot Productions which will keep you entertained as you explore Mumbai along with Kris, the Italian exchange Student! And Jhalkari by Rahi Productions, which is about a real life historical figure called JhalkariBai, who looked so much like the Queen Rani LaxmiBai that she often took her place in battle. The final day's play - Just Think About It by Our Theatre, Bengaluru is an adaptation of a fable about a Snake and a Sadhu will give you lots to think about as well as some fun puppetry.
The inaugural ceremony for Hyderabad Children's Theatre Festival 2018 held today at the Taj Deccan hotel in Banjara Hills. The Chief Guests gracing the occasion are the dynamic producers Swapna Dutt and Priyanka Dutt.
Donor passes are for Rs.150/- and Season Pass is Rs.400/- More details can be found on www.facebook.com/HCTFestival.com or call 9490440986.
Wednesday. December 12th - 6.30pm
"The Exhange Student" - Tpot Productions, Mumbai
English, Hindi | 90 minutes | 8 years+
Synopsis: With lots of football and dancing, Cris the Italian exchange student explores Mumbai. Come join the fun and meet Kanya Kaka, Rani and Badhshah. Mamma Mia!!!
Writer &Director:Trishla Patel
Thursday. December 13th - 6.30pm "Jhalkari" - Rahi Theatre, Mumbai Hindi, Bundelkhandi | 80 minutes | 8 years+
Synopsis:Filled with lots of action sequences, fun folk music and a brave, strong heroine, Jhalkari will have you on the edge of your seats and history will never be boring again!
Director: Neha Singh
Friday. December 14th. - 6.30pm '
“Just Think About It" - Our Theatre, Bengaluru English, Hindi, Kannada | 45 minutes | 6 years+
Synopsis:Stimulating interactive theatrical elements and puppetry bring alive this adaptation of a popular fable about a Snake and a Sadhu.
Director: Rahul Thomas