Important Events Of The 39th International Kolkata Book Fair 2015

Important Events Of The 39th International Kolkata Book Fair 2015

A) Inauguration Ceremony — 27.1.2015, 4:00pm, Tuesday at SBI Auditorium

1. Anita Anand. Inaugurator


2. Rob Lynes ( Director, British Council India)


3. Smt Mamata Banerjee (Hon’ble Chief Minister, West Bengal)


4. Shri Nimai Bhattacharya (Indian author)


5. Rini ( Compere)

B) Performance by Ghazalaw

28.1.2015, Wednesday,

A) Intercative Session with Anita Anand at 3:15pm at SBI Auditorium
B) In conversation with Shereen El Feki at 5:45 pm at SBI Auditorium

29.1.2015, Thursday ,

A) Ashoke Kumar Sarkar Memorial Lecture by Zia Haider Rahman, Novelist at 4:30pm. Topic: Freedom of Expression at SBI Auditorium
B) Bangladesh Day

30.1.2015, Friday ,

A) Screening and discussion of film The Auction House: Ed Owles and Scott F.Wood (British Deputy High Commissioner) at 4:30pm at SBI Auditorium
B) Musical performance by Surojit (Bhumi) at 7pm at SBI Auditorium

31.1.2015, Saturday ,

Bogola Charit Manas — drama of Badol Sircar to be staged by CFD, Bangalore at 7pm at SBI Auditorium

1.2.2015, Sunday — Children’s Day

Special Program at 3:15pm at SBI Auditorium
2.2.2015, Monday ,

A) In conversation Viviene Baumfield with Sanjib Chattopadhyay at 2pm at SBI Auditorium
B) In coversation Bill Herbert with Srijato / Amit Chaudhuri at at 4:30pm at SBI Auditorium

3.2.2015, Tuesday ,

A) Talk show with Saurav Ganguli at 5:45pm at SBI Auditorium
B) Musical performance by Santanu Roychowdhury & Nabanita Roychowdhury at 7pm at SBI Auditorium

04.02.2015,Wenesday ,

A) Prize Distribution Ceremony at 4:30pm at SBI Auditorium
B) Musical performance by Debojit Bandyopadhyay & Ridhhi Bandyopadyay at 5:45pm at SBI Auditorium

KOLKATA LITERATURE FESTIVAL — 6 to 8 February 2015

7.2.2015, Saturday ,

In conversation with Tracy Irish at 5:45pm at Press Corner


8.02.2015, Sunday, 

8:30pm — Closing Ceremony

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