Date(s) - 09/08/2019 - 11/08/2019
8:00 pm - 9:00 pm

The Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Centre


Bharatanatyam.  Pronounced: “baa·ruh·tuh·na·tym” is a traditional and one of the most popular arts from India. The rhythmic beats, expressive music and stylised hand gestures bring to life different stories connecting the mundane to the celestial. We’re excited to welcome NatyaKatha to the Arthur Conan Doyle Centre this festival. NatyaKatha is a performance that brings you life, culture and energy.

Bear witness to the power and strength of women. The chosen dance pieces intend to bring out three different aspects of womanhood. Beginning with an invocation piece, we seek the blessings of Goddesses Saraswathi. We celebrate feminine power known as ‘Devi’ in Hinduism.

Then we embrace the strength of motherhood by centring ourselves on Mother Mary. We conclude with a poem: ‘The Sun’. The poem speaks of women as protectors despite the oppression they face every day.

Indulge in the art of storytelling and rejoice in its beauty. Buy a ticket sooner rather than later. 


PLEASE NOTE: The timings differ depending on the day

 August 9th 8pm – 8.45pm

August 11th 6pm -7.45pm


Purchase Tickets Directly on the Fringe Website. Click HERE


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