CENSORED — A Forum Theatre on Freedom of Expression

Beyond Borders, along with the British Council presents : Censored.


A forum theatre looking at issues related to freedom of expression at a time of war. The event would take place Thursday, 20th of November 6.30 pm at the British Council Hall.

The tickets Priced at Rs.100/- is available at the British Council “Help desk”. We have 10 free passes to give away to our blog readers, if you like to have a free pass just drop us an email to info[at]beyondborders.lk with your name, age and contact details. Limited places are available, so hurry up.

More information here and here and at the facebook event page.

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Posted on 11/13/2008, in Events-Activities-Announcements, Theatre, Youth-Culture-Society and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

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