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UDHAMPUR: “Natrang Jammu is going to start its Udhampur chapter soon” this was announced by Natrang Director Balwant Thakur on the conclusion of a children theatre festival at the auditorium of Police Academy Udhampur.
Balwant Thakur was in town on the occasion of the culmination of Children Theatre festival organised by India Kids School Udhampur. This announcement was made by Natrang Director in response to growing demand of Udhampur residents who have been requesting Natrang since long to start a full-fledged centre. Describing further Balwant Thakur informed that Udhampur centre will offer training programmes both for adults and children in music and dance in addition to theatre. Natrang will also have a small repertoire of plays in which the local artists trained by Natrang professionals will participate. He further said that there is immense talent in Udhampur but requires designed professional training to bring them at par with national/international performers. Appreciating the efforts of India Kids School Udhampur which created a history for being the first school of J&K which mounted a magnificent festival of plays on its own. He lauded the efforts of Sunil Sharma Director India Kids for giving children a unique platform called theatre which can be magical in transforming personalities.
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