Starts on 18th June | 8 Contact Sessions a Month

Monthly Membership Cost: INR 2500

Quarterly Membership Cost INR 6000


TUESDAY: 5pm to 6:30pm

THURSDAY: 5pm to 6:30pm

If you are between the ages of 5 to 15, want to explore drama by connecting with children your age from across the country, and be part of a space that nurtures curiosity, imagination, critical thinking, and creative expression - then this is the space for you! 


We will deep dive into the world of stories through 8 online sessions per month, and many many off-screen collaborative activities through the course of every week. 


Pedagogically our work creates safe spaces that facilitate the understanding of the self in relation to the society and the world at large. We create learner-centric experiences through arts practices, that challenge and engage participants, making them co-creators of their own learning journey.


Once you sign up to be a member, you get access to the entire series of workshops that are designed as a learning journey, at-home off-screen activities related to the workshops, and access to special workshops and webinars for the participants and their parents.


“Tell me one last thing," said Harry. "Is this real? Or has this been happening inside my head?

"Of course it is happening inside your head, Harry, but why on earth should that mean that it is not real?”

JK Rowling, Harry Potter



The relationship with memories is never simple - they make us feel happy, sad, scared, angry, and everything in between and beyond. They are absolutely ephemeral and elusive, and yet they feel so real, and yet we question their reality ever so often. Memories, dwell within us and become a part of the stories we tell and those we become. Memories build communities and create histories and discourses.


This workshop is about each one of these elements. The participants are like investigators, looking at their own memories, and those of the collectives they belong to. We will be working through the layers of this mysterious place of memories through visual arts, storytelling, objects, material, interviews, music, movement, and creating.


The workshop facilitates a safe space to articulate and express memories and understand it in relation to time and space and the self, and others. It encourages critical thinking and the ability to engage in dialogue. The workshop offers the opportunity of viewing the world and its collective memories that exist and those that are created everyday through many different lenses.

Contact: Sakhi (+91 99101 28450) or Devika (+91 8971729080)


Email: info@aagaaztheatre.org to sign up now!

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