Tuesdays with the Bard @ Urban Solace
Urban Solace - Cafe for the Soul, Halasuru

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  • Last 200 weeks running show
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Over the last 200 Weeks “Tuesdays with the Bard @ Urban Solace” poets have wrung tears of joy, nods of recognition, fleeting smiles, happy applause, wistful memories ... and several unforgettable poems.
Every Tuesday at 8 pm Urban Solace opens itself to the limitless world of possibility that envelope Urban Solace. “Tuesdays with the Bard @ Urban Solace” features poets reading their own creations live at the café, in a wonderful new experience of creative self expression. Tuesday 5-5-2015 we bring you Saranya Francis as our 206th Poet in our “Tuesdays with the Bard @ Urban Solace”!

ABOUT THE POET: Saranya Francis

Saranya Francis is trainer, public speaker, bharathanatyam dance and a poet all rolled up in one. After her graduation from Christ College Saranya she completed her masters in English from Annamalai University she choose a career in education teaching English at St. Josephs and Christ pre university colleges.

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Urban Solace - Cafe for the Soul

32, Annaswamy Mudaliar Road, Bangalore

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