On this World Disability Day, Kakoli Bagchi will be narrating stories to sensitize society towards people with special needs making them inclusive. Come and listen to these wonderful stories and observe World Disability Day with us. There will be a DIY activity for the kids which they can take home. Know More
Class Type: Storytelling
In ancient Roman religion, Feronia was the goddess who granted freedom to slaves and civil rights to the most humble part of society. Her festival Feroniae was celebrated on November 13. The Storytelling theme for November is Slavery and Freedom.
Come and enjoy spooky Storytelling for Halloween. Come dressed as a witch, a ghost or in any other scary dress, to win a prize for the Best Halloween Costume. Know More
On this International Girl Child Day, Tales & Twists will be regaling us with stories about girls and women. Come and join us for a lovely evening with Kakoli Bagchi, Divya and Aiman Mehta.
Kalpavriksh, a Pune based environmental NGO in association with Pratham Books presents ‘Kahani Din’ celebrating The World Literacy Day with stories, children and books. Sounds interesting? Mark your calendar for September 8 to hear the stories- Gappu Can’t Dance and Weightlifting Princess with narrator Jahnvi Sreedhar. Know More
Stories can be an immense tool for entertainment and a source of great joy for children and adults alike. At Raah this month Kakoli Bagchi and Arati Kodali will be narrating some Animal stories to keep you entertained. Looking for funny educative captivating short stories about Animals, make sure you are there at Raah. …
The Storytellers of Pune bring you their very popular storytelling retrospective of Saadat Hasan Manto’s stories and the story of his life presented by Chetan Shetty, an IT Professional and a Storyteller par excellence. The presentation will be followed by a discussion on the subject. Know More
Janmashtami is an important annual Hindu festival celebrating the birth of Lord Krishna. Celebrate the festival with us at Tales & Twists, with interesting stories and devotional songs which children and adults alike will love. Know More
Enjoy Mythological stories this month at Raah. Some stories will be depicted through dance by Sonal Pense and the rest will be narrated by Kakoli Bagchi and Sahana. Know More
The Month of June is named after the Roman Goddess Juno, wife of Jupiter. As Jupiter’s wife she was known to be fiercely loyal, but also jealous and vindictive. In Roman myth she is shown as a cruel goddess as well as goddess of family, marriage and childbirth and counselor of the state. Enjoy fascinating …