Stamatis Efstathiou, director of Atropos Laboratory Theatre Projects, Greece, will be holding a workshop on physical theatre. He will teach you the process of self-discovery through the tools of theatre- gesture, movement, song, chant, text, etc. It’s open to everyone. January 26-29. At Shoonya, Lal Bagh Road. 10 am-2 pm. Tickets (Rs.4,000) on insider.in
Alliance Française will hold the screening of French animator Michel Ocelot’s film — Kirikou & the Sorceress. It tells the story of a gifted boy named Kirikou, who starts speaking and walking immediately after he is born. Later, you will see him fighting off an evil sorceress. January 28. Entry free. At Vasanthnagar. 7 pm.
Connect the dots
Bangalore Storytelling Society is conducting a workshop to help people connect experiences of their everyday life, and craft a compelling personal story from it. The workshop is called Sankofa, which means ‘one must return to the past in order to move forward’. Open to people above the age of 18. January 23. 10.30am-3.30 pm. At Atta Galatta, Koramangala. Tickets (Rs.1,200) available at the venue. Details: 9632510126