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The British Council announces The Art of Storytelling India Tour 2016

India Blooms News Service | 18 Jan 2016, 08:15 pm
New Delhi, Jan 18 (IBNS) The British Council on Monday said it will present The Art of Storytelling India tour starting from Feb 4.

The programme aims to showcase UK’s ingenuity and creativity in the area of storytelling to young learners and cultural enthusiasts.

Rob Lynes, Director, British Council India said, “It is our endeavour to promote art forms and share this expertise with India and showcase the contemporary style of storytelling. This vibrant art form has its roots in India dating back to centuries and is indeed a great tool to bridge the knowledge gap, promote learning and knowledge outside the classroom via various art forms.”

Over the last three years British Council has hosted Vergine Gulbenkian, Dominic Kelly, Xanthe Gresham, Joanne Blake, storytellers from UK to share experience and tell stories at the festival and through our various centres across the country.

The British Council announces The Art of Storytelling India Tour 2016

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