Little Theatre Sylhet staged its play ‘Bhaibe Radharaman’ depicting the life and works of late bard Radharaman Datta at Kabi Nazrul Auditorium at Rikabibazar in Sylhet on Thursday evening.
The play was staged on the sixth day of the on-going seventeen-day theatre festival that has been organised by Sammilita Natya Parishad Sylhet, a platform of Sylhet-based theatre groups, in association with the cultural affairs ministry, Sylhet District Council and Sylhet City Corporation, marking the International Mother Language Day.
Young playwright Tanvir Nahid Khan has written and directed the play.
Following the play, noted theatre activist Anil Krishan Singha and Bangladesh Gram Theatre Federation’s divisional coordinator Anwar Hossain Dulal handed over the festival souvenir to the activists of Little Theatre Sylhet.
Sammilita Natya Parishad Sylhet president Mishfaq Ahmad Chowdhury Mishu, its general secretary Rajat Kanti Gupta and treasurer Indrani Sen were also present at the programme.
Theatre troupe Nagarnat Sylhet staged the play ‘Baichal’ on Friday at the festival.
The theatre festival, which commenced on February 1, will end on February 17.
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