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24 January, 2020 00:00 00 AM
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Jagoroni arranges int’l theatre fest to celebrate silver jubilee

DL desk, Dhaka
Jagoroni arranges int’l theatre fest 
to celebrate silver jubilee

A nine-day international theatre festival is going to start from today on the premises of Enam Medical College in Savar. In celebration of its silver jubilee, Jagoroni Theatre has arranged the festival titled ‘Silver Jubilee International Theatre Festival’.

State Minister for Cultural Affairs KM Khalid will inaugurate the festival as chief guest today, while State Minister for Disaster Management and Relief Dr Md Enamur Rahman will be present as chief guest at the event.

A total of 14 theatre troupes--nine troupes from Bangladesh and 5 troupes from India--will stage their plays during the nine-day festival. The festival will open with a dance-drama titled ‘Mohua Sundori’, a production from the host troupe, Jagoroni Theatre.

In addition, eminent cultural and theatre personalities will be honoured on different days during the festival. Noted Bangladeshi theatre personalities Abul Hayat, Dilara Zaman, Sharmili Ahmed, Shahiduzzaman Selim, Rosy Siddiqui, Azizul Hakim, Zinnat Hakim, Afsana Mimi, Munira Yusuf Memi, Azad Abul Kalam, Abdul Halim Aziz, Lutfur Rahman George, Shams Sumon, Tanvin sweety, Rownak Hasan and Tapan Hafiz, among others, will be recognised at the festival.

Also, the awards for Jagoroni best theatre activist of 2019 in different categories will be distributed at the festival.

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