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Manju Sampat

Dr. Manju Sampat has a Ph.D. in English literature and takes workshops for The Learning Curve’s course on The Art of Speaking. The Learning Curve has been conducting workshops and full courses at St. Andrews College in Bandra since 2005.

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Review of How I met your Father which premiered over the weekend at St. Andrews auditorium

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by Manju Sampat Raell Padamsee's Ace Productions premiered their latest show "How I met Your Father" over the weekend at St. Andrews auditorium in Bandra. This "laugh a minute" comedy features the comic duo Kunal Vijayker and Cyrus Broacha. Joining them on stage were Maya, Cyrus's young daughter, and Gopal Dutt, who often accompanies them on their iconic TV show. …

QTP theatre group performed Bertolt Brecht’s epic play Mother Courage and her Children, at St. Andrews auditorium

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Review by Manju Sampat Quasar Thakore Padamsee and his QTP theatre group performed Bertolt Brecht's epic play Mother Courage and her Children, at St. Andrews auditorium over the weekend, for Aadyam 3. This is an Aditya Birla Group theatre initiative in collaboration with the Times of India group. It provides a wonderful platform for new as well as established theatre …

Review of 40 Shades of Grey (Hair) staged at St Andrews on 26th of March

By Manju Sampat If you want ninety minutes of unadulterated fun and laughter, do yourself a favour and go and see 40 Shades of Grey (Hair). It really is a Laugh a Minute kind of Show! Cyrus Broacha and Kunal Vinayakar, ensure that you leave the theatre in a really happy state of mind. In this stand-up cum Theatrical review, …

Review of the play Agnipankh by Manju Sampat

On Saturday Zee Theatre showcased 'Agnipankh’ at Bandra's Rang Mandir hall. This is a period drama set in a newly independent India. It's protagonist Durgeshwari, is a proud, wealthy Maratha Zamindar, who is referred to as 'Baisahib' by one and all. Making up for her husband’s inability of looking after the family name, she runs her zamindari household with an …

Roy Zaltsman – The mind illusionist’ regaled audiences to a wonderful night of entertainment at St. Andrews auditorium.

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By Manju Sampat   Raell Padamsee’s Numero Uno productions recently regaled Mumbai audiences to a wonderful night of entertainment at Bandra's St. Andrews auditorium. True to their promotional promise, the audience was " transported to an out of mind and body experience" as they watched ‘Roy Zaltsman – The mind illusionist’. Roy Zaltsman is a mesmerizing, sensational, internantional mind illusionist. …

Loretta play review by Manju Sampat

The Aditya Birla group supported Aadyam initiative, is indeed a shot in the arm for all theatre groups, actors, and theatre lovers. In it's second year, it continues to support theatre groups in their endeavor to produce lavish and often original plays. "Loretta" is one such play that was especially created for this year's Aadyam festival.  It was originally written …

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