Food has always been an integral part of our history. Listen to some of these stories as you enjoy your Brunch on a lovely Sunday morning. A beautiful day starts with a lovely breakfast. And a morning with breakfast and stories. Every food we eat has a story to share. Idli, Roti, bread, Croissant etc. Every breakfast comes after a long break and eager to be eaten.
Once upon a Brunch is a morning to share stories around food, and not just listening but also hearing them as you enjoy the yummy brunch on a late Sunday morning . Limited to 20 people, the session is experiential in its own way.
Note: The session is inclusive of a yummy 'Brunch' and is open to Teens & Adults and limited to about 20 people.
Vikram Sridhar is a Performance Storyteller and theater practitioner who believes in Storytelling as a strong medium for Conservation, which is highly relevant in the modern context.Vikram combines his work and interest in Theatre and Conservation in his Storytelling. Around The Story, Tree is his initiative to connect the modern day listeners to the environment around us through the power of stories through arts.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. I have a child of 5 years of age. Do I have to pay for her entry as well if just the two of us are coming in?
1:09 PM, 09 Feb, 2017
A. Dear Swati the event and session is suitable for teens and adults . It might be uncomfortable with a 5 yr old as the session is interactive . I shall also call you to discuss the same Thanks an dRegards Vikram Sridhar ________________________________
1:15 PM, 09 Feb, 2017
Q. Can you kindly share what's the menu for brunch? I'm little more inclined towards food when I'm listening to stories. :D
10:07 AM, 25 May, 2017
A. We are copying the organizers on this email to share the details with you. Vikram - Please share the details with Arun. Thanks, EH
11:25 AM, 25 May, 2017
Q. This is a follow-up to your previous request #42531 "Once upon a Brunch - Sunday..." Dear Arun Completely agree :) Foof is important . The menu would consist of a mix of south indian and north indian , home made items that you generally might not get to tast in restaurant . Made with the hands of a wonder women behind Atta Galatta . In modern terms its desi and handmade :) Hope this answers thanks and regards Vikram sridhar ________________________________