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If you’ve been living in Kanpur, we’re sure that you’ve been travelling to Lucknow at least once or twice a month and why not?! It’s one of the closest getaway options we have, so be it a weekend off or a short holiday, Lucknow always welcomes us with open arms.

So this time too, we’re being summoned by the City of Nawabs for the occasion of Repertwahr Festival Season 10 happening this December, from the 12th-16th at Sangeet Natak Academy.

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Repertwahr Festival is reputed as one of India’s biggest performing arts festival and your winter experience up here in the North, is incomplete without attending this fiesta at least once! This year, they’re bringing the Indian Ocean again and if you wanna watch them perform live, you gotta book your tickets ASAP.

This festival brings artistes from all over the country to Lucknow and innumerable personalities from different segments have graced the stage here. Be it theatre, music or comedy, Repertwahr Festival has us covered. So if you’re planning on bringing a friend along or a family member, this 5-day festival has something or the other, according to everyone’s choices.

Artists and entertainers like Saurabh Shukla, Lillete Dubey, Manav Kaul, Parvaaz, Namit Das, Mame Khan, Kunal Kamra, Varun Thakur, Abhishek Upmanyu, amidst others, have all been a part of the Repertwahr family. This has propelled this festival towards the zenith of success over the years and missing out on it, is a sure-shot loss for any lover of culture and art.

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If you’re gonna be in Kanpur this December, we see no good reason for you to not make a quick trip to Lucknow, to attend this brilliant confluence of art and artistes!

Repertwahr Festival should be on everyone’s to-do list because they host the ultimate celebration in Lucknow, which keeps us looped in from the first day itself and keeps us awaited for the next season.


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