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Thu Apr 23, 2020 7:00pm £12.00 Buy Tickets

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Kali with Emily Hennessey and Sheema Mukherjee

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Kali for web 2020
  • 23 Apr 2020 View Dates & Times

    The expected runtime of this event is 2 hours

  • The Woodshed
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  • Adults
  • £12 Per Person

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Storyteller Emily Hennessey and sitar player Sheema Mukherjee take you on a white-knuckled tuk-tuk ride through sun-kissed palaces and fiend-infested forests.

Hindu mythology is brimming with dramatic transformations and the goddess Kali is one of the wildest shape-shifters of them all. Storyteller Emily Hennessey and sitar player Sheema Mukherjee take you on a white-knuckled tuk-tuk ride through sun-kissed palaces and fiend-infested forests with Kali the demon-slayer, life-saver and Supreme Mother. When an evil power spreads its clawed hands across the world, Kali’s time has come...

Part of our Indian Storytelling season supported by The Kamini and Vindi Banga Family Trust. Suitable for age 14+.

  • 23 Apr 2020 View Dates & Times

    The expected runtime of this event is 2 hours

  • The Woodshed
  • Performances
  • Adults
  • £12 Per Person
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