Pune gear up for some excitement this weekend as Tape A Tale India’s best storytellers of the country share their narratives on March 26th2022, at Phoenix Marketcity, Liberty Square. The time has come to witness something life-changing, a story that will give goosebumps or an incident that will tickle your funny bones.
India is home to many talented spoken word artists, this time Tape A Tale takes you through a journey written by renowned veteran artists such as Amandeep Singh, Yahya Bootwala and Priya Malik. So, if you’re an enthusiast of any of the featured performers, an ambitious spoken word artist yourself, or want to attend an exclusive event where you will be introduced to new ideas and ways of thinking, then this should be on your go-to list!
Get ready for the pulse-racing, breath-taking, and completely captivating performances.
About the artists:
Amandeep Singh is a full-time storyteller and writer who has much more in his bags than just dreams and documents. He believes that we are all nothing but stories. Amandeep has been featured by Netflix, Buzzfeed India, Being Indian, and many other media houses.
A spoken word poet, a storyteller, an actress, an educator, and a lot more, Priya Malik is a household name in the Indian poetry circuit. Her viral work “Main 2019 main 1999 dhoond rahi hoon” has garnered a lot of love and praise. Priya also hosted the first spoken word poetry show called “Uncensored News with Priya” on national TV where she presented current affairs in poetic format
Yahya Bootwala rose to fame after his poem “Shayad Woh Pyaar Nahi” went viral on the internet with 13M+ views. Since then, he has been creating content for his YouTube channel, performed over 100 live shows all over India, and today he is one of the most relatable voices for the Youth.
Dates: 26th, March 2022
Venue: Liberty Square, Phoenix Marketcity
Time: 7:00 pm to 9:00pm
Tickets available on Book My Show
Entry is restricted to fully vaccinated individuals
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