NLSIU Bangalore’s Theatre Festival ‘Admit One’ 2015 [10th Ed, Sep 4-6]: Register by Aug 21

National Law School of India University, Bangalore is back with Admit One, our annual, one-of-a-kind theatre festival.

The tenth edition of our fest is scheduled to take place from 4th-6th September, 2015 at KEA Prabath Rangamandira, Bangalore.

What had started as a stage for amateur talent in 2006, ten years later, has surpassed all expectations to become a monumental platform for expression of young actors across the country.

Over the years, this inter-college festival has witnessed a display of ideas in an unparalleled way.

Admit One has left a star-studded legacy by beholding the presence of eminent personalities in the field of theatre such as Mallika Sarabhai, Arundhati Nag, Chippy Gangjee, Munira Sen, and Leila Alvares over the past editions.

Distinguished newspapers such as the Deccan Herald, the Hindu, and the Times of India amongst many others have reported on the success of the festival in the past.

This year, as a celebration of the tenth edition of the festival, Admit One is being revamped with new formats, fresh faces and more awards.

Only one thing promises to remain the same – the enthralling performances which leave you wanting more.

The teams are requested to visit to register for Admit One- 2015.

The last date for registration is August 19.

However, the Registration and Accommodation Fee can be sent in till August 21.

The Registration amount is as follows:

1) INR 600 per person for the Conventional Format [Category I]

2) INR 400 per person for Complete the Story and Theme-based round [Category II & III]

The fee for accommodation is INR 1000 per person per day.

The groups are highly encouraged to collaborate and participate as a cross team.

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