Bengaluru edition of Kukdukoo Fest 2023 is a 2-day family festival that brings children & their parents together for larger-than-life literature, visual, and performing art experience at one place.
Happening at multiple cities in India, the festival comprises of 40+ shows, performances, author sessions, storytelling, theatrical performances for a holistic creative experience.
Kukdukoo Art Fest 2022 is the longest running art fest of India starting from Oct and ending in Jan 2023 happening online and offline across locations in India.Noida edition
India’s most popular literature festival children. With 5 successful editions, KLF has been the talk of the town since we first started this lit fest journey in 2019.Bengaluru edition
Every year we bring 2 days of entertainment with multi-talented theatre artists from across the globe. A package of edutainment, theatre performances and amusement for kids.Learn more
India's most recommended summer camp where learning is imparted through creative play. An innovative approach to understand concepts through fun-filled activities.Learn more
My baby just loved the online theater session organised by them she was so so happy and would play all the characters and live in them for more than 4 days that’s says their impact on the young minds . During these uncertain circumstances they have come up with a beautiful thought kudos to the entire team looking forward for more such universe is not made of atoms they made of tiny stories.
Never imagined that a Weekend could be so much fun outdoors without getting exhausted. Me and kids were overwhelmed by the pelathora of activities. My 8 year old had fun making Puppets and other DIY activities and I couldn't stop my lo, who is 4 from joyous and engaging story sessions.
Getting a chance to listen Internationally acclaimed storytellers was one of the best experiences. since my son loves art and craft, indulging in puppet making (which he carries with him for the whole day) and similar DIY activity was fun! The plays at the manch area kept the parents also engrossed.
What an event! Qudos to thinkers and workers team....Love every bit of the event...managed to be on both days and seen almost all story telling sessions i must add that every story teller was unique with his/her performance/gener. I can write a essay on its success.. just felt the same as everyone else the DIY corners was costly for kids to opt all...
Alone we can do so little;
together we can do so much