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The New Delhi & Punjab Tour:
Kultar's Mime





The following are the dates and timings, as well as the venues and contact details (for tickets, etc) for each of the scheduled performances:

October 30 & 31
7:00 pm

Akshara Theatre
Baba Kharak Singh Marg, Near RML Hospital, New Delhi 1

Contact: Prof Kuljeet Singh 989.109.2386, 999.971.0585

November 1
6:30 pm

Auditorium, St. Mark's School, Meera Bagh, Paschim Vihar, New Delhi

Contact: Prof Kuljeet Singh 989.109.2386, 999.971.0585

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November 2
6:00 pm

M.S. Randhawa Auditorium, Punjab Arts Council, Sector-16, Chandigarh

Contact: Anil Sharma 941.768.5883, 0172.277.1472

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November 3
6:00 pm

The Gurbaksh Singh Nanak Singh Foundation, Preet Nagar

Contact: Hirdaypal Singh - 985.509.5920
Sunil Kumar - 988.820.9025

November 4
6:00 pm

Punjab Naatshala, Opposite Khalsa College, G.T. Road, Amritsar

Contact: Hirdaypal Singh - 985.509.5920
Sunil Kumar - 988.820.9025



October 25, 2014

Conversation about this article

1: Bant Singh (New York City, USA), October 27, 2014, 4:43 PM.

Sarbpreet Singh ji - I was at the New York performance and was very impressed by the play. If there's one suggestion I would make, it is this - if the male character could wear a kurta, it would make it visually a little more fitting to the period. And regarding the shows in India. I see it's mostly in Delhi and Punjab. Is it possible for you to show the play in other parts of India (Bombay, Calcutta, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Chennai) where there's little knowledge of the event but I believe the public would receive it well. Also, I'm surprised to see Jalandhar and Ludhiana not on the list. Once again, it's a not-to-be-missed play.

2: Bikramjit Singh (London, United Kingdom), October 30, 2014, 2:36 AM.

Another suggestion would be if the play could be filmed and after the tour broadcast on one of the channels such as The Sikh Channel or Sangat TV. This would allow those who are not in any of the tour cities to watch the play. Broadcasting on other mainstream channels would create an opportunity for non-Sikhs to see the play as well.

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