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The 4th Tilism Theater and Dance Festival will be held on January 6, 2023, with the joint cooperation of the Arts Council of Pakistan Karachi and Tehreek Niswan

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With the joint cooperation of the Arts Council of Pakistan Karachi and Tehreek Niswan, the 4th Tilism Theater and Dance Festival will be held on January 6, 2023, to mark the completion of 45 years of Tehreek Niswan. In the press conference, President of Arts Council Muhammad Ahmad Shah, founder of Tehreek Niswan Sheema Kermani, singer-Actress Azra Mohiuddin, Kaleem Durrani, Director of British Council Laila Jameel gave a briefing.

The press conference was opened by Sheema Kirmani and her group with their anthem. Sheema Kermani while giving a briefing said that Tehreek Niswan is a cultural group, we believe that all human beings are equal, and under this ideology, we organize the programs of our group. The opening ceremony of the festival will be held on January 6 at 6 pm. The festival will start at 7:30 a.m. daily. The Festival will be inaugurated with dance, music, and debates.

President Arts Council Mohammad Ahmad Shah said that Arts Council welcomes this great festival of the women’s movement, and pays tribute to the movement of Sheema Kermani, who has created thousands of women who are with her voice, Every civilized person should walk with the idea that everyone should get equal rights whether they are women, men or transgender. The Arts Council doesn’t work for any one language group, we’re taking all languages together. Literature for literature and literature for life is a debate that’s hundreds of years old. Sometimes it’s fun to laugh for no reason, thankful to the British Council for supporting this festival. Arts Council has always been supporting the programs of Tehreek Niswan, it is going to be a very colorful festival in which there is also dance, theater, and debates, he said, I want this festival to be held every year. I will expand this festival further, I wanted to connect with all the positive things that are happening, so I welcome you all.

Famous actress Azra Mohiuddin said I always told Sheema that I have to do something. , my wish will come true, and it is a matter of great pride for me to work for them today, Laila Jameel said, “Thank you very much to Ahmed Shah who is welcoming this festival with open heart, we are ” happy to be a small part of Sheema Kermani’s movement, British council is very proud to be supporting this festival. The festival also features an Urdu version of “Light in the Village”, originally written by Scottish playwright Joe Clifford, who moved from the UK. Coming to participate in the festival. She will be the main speaker in “Building a Theater of Love” and will perform in the play “Gaon Me Roshni”, the highlight of the festival is the premiere of the new production “Inder sabha”, the comedy-drama “Bahrupiya”, the historical play “Jinnay Lahore Nahi Vekha”. “, the story of Sufi poet, dancer, saint Bhagat Kanwar Ram is also included and on the completion of 100 years of the discovery of Mohenjo-Daro, the wonderful dance drama “Mohen-jo-Daro” will also be presented. The festival will continue till 22nd January 2023 at Arts Council Karachi. It is free for citizens while children under twelve years of age cannot attend the festival.

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