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The result of a collaboration forged at a residency in Mumbai in March 2018 which brings together two young artists from Scotland and two from India, combining music and storytelling to reflect on the connections, differences and influences that link the two countries.
Edinburgh-based storyteller Daniel Allison, Dundonian fiddle-player and composer Eilidh Firth, Mumbai actor, writer and director Sheena Khalid, and Kashmiri poet and songwriter Mohammad Muneem Nazir begin A New Conversation.
A collaboration between the Scottish Storytelling Centre (Edinburgh) and G5A Foundation for Contemporary Culture (Mumbai), produced by Divya Bhatia for British Council - 70 years in India, supported by Creative Scotland, the Scottish Government and TRACS.
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Music & Storytelling
Fri 4 May
Full Price - £10.00
Storytelling Centre Supporter - £7.50
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