P Kannan Nayar, second secretary (consular division) of the Indian Embassy in Muscat, will be the chief guest at the occasion. The embassy often seeks to market the wealthy and special culture of Payyanur (a north Malabar town of Kerala).
It is with this aim that the Payyanur Souhrada Vedi (PSV) has been conducting Payyanur Fest for the previous 5 years and each and every year the organisation tends to make certain to present a selection of programmes. Last year, Mazhapattu (rain song), a theatre occasion directed by Manjulan, kept the audience spellbound by making a nostalgia. The occasion showcased the most recent technologies comparable to the very best in contemporary instances.
Under the banner of Desert Technology, Payyanur Fest 2018 is going to be but yet another milestone for Payyanur Souhrada Vedi.
“All arrangements are being made to ensure a different experience for drama lovers of Muscat,” stated Rajeev Madayai, secretary PSV Muscat.
The highlight of the 2018 fest will be the theatrical epitaph Kelu directed by renowned cine actor and director Manjulan. There will be a selection of cultural programmes to make the occasion much more colourful.
In addition, there will be the thayambaka led by Manoharan of Muscat Panchavadya Sangam.
“Those who missed last year’s drama due to shortage of entry pass need not be disappointed this time. as the entry this year is free,” stated Babu Puravankara, president of PSV Muscat.
The gate will be open from five.30pm and the programme begins at six.30pm.
Information Source: Muscat Daily