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 Litmus Festival 2015 | April 18-19, 2015

Event - Litmus Festival 2015 

April 18-19, 2015
The Humming Tree, Indira Nagar | Bricklane Grill, Indira Nagar | Kitschdii, Indira Nagar | For more info Click Here
Free (Limited seats)
Phone: (+91) 022 2648 3164 | 022 2648 3165
Akash Anand and his literature artwork (Litmus 2014)
Organized by FYI (For Young India), Litmus presents a combination of panel discussions, performances and workshops for its audience. The overarching aim of this lit-fest is to celebrate the ‘Word’ in all its forms, with sessions on varied topics, such as graphic storytelling, censorship, feminist literature, new-age authors, etc.
Bombay Jazz - a semi–autobiographical musical play at The Humming Tree on 18th April, 7:15 pm to 8:30 pm.
Lavs - a dance performance at The Humming Tree on 19th April, 6:10 pm to 6:20 pm.
Still Dirty - performance by Jeet Thayil's Music Project at The Humming Tree on 19th April, 9:45 pm onwards.
FREE THE WORD - discussion on current Indian Literature scene featuring Anand Patwardhan, Manu Joseph, Naresh Fernandes & Wendy Doniger at The Humming Tree on 19th April at 10:00am.
Sense And Censorship - by Devdutt Pattanaik at The Humming Tree on 19th April, 11:05 am.
Graphic Novel Workshop - By Sarnath Banerjee at Bricklane Grill on 19th April, 10:30 am.
Gulabi Gang - film screening at Humming Tree (4th Floor) on 19th April, 2:00 pm.
Paper Quilling Workshop - at Kitschdii on 19th April, 10:30 am and 3:30 pm.

More about the Litmus Festival schedule here -

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