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Unleash the storyteller in You

DNMUM278421 | 6/7/2013 | Author : Diipti Jhangiani | WC :111

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If you have a story to share, then be a part of Mumbai Stories’ Tall Tales

Venue
Studio X, 4th Floor, Kitab Mahal, 5-D, Sukhadwala Marg, Fort, Mumbai
Date June 7, Time: 7pm
Registration Rs150

people behind the show
Mumbai Stories is a new company launched in India by Michael Burns, a Ph.D. American documentary film maker and university instructor and Kaneez Surka, an established improviser and comedic actor. It is all about listening to and reciting awesome real life stories. Their first event called ‘Tall Tales’ will be held at Studio X on June 7.
Kaneez Surka, established improviser, comedian
actor and co-founder of Mumbai stories will be amongst the storytellers for the evening




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