Sebastian Faulks event in Urdu, Hindi and Panjabi – get ready for Cityread 2013!

With just a couple of weeks to go ALAG members are proud to announce that we will be holding a special Reader Development event for the public, to read and discuss the translated synopsis of A Week in December in Urdu, Hindi and Panjabi. You can see the language experts / facilitators in action and take part in the ensuing discussion with the audience on Thursday 4th April 2013 from 1 -3.30pm. The venue is: Hounslow Community Centre, 9 Montague Road, Hounslow, Middlesex, TW3 1JY.

Light refreshments provided. All welcome -note that this event will be suitable for those familiar with either the Urdu, Hindi and / or Panjabi languages – but ALAG members will be available to explain what is being said in English, so do please come along.

To book a FREE place please email: iqbalgulshan@hotmail.com or monnarizvi@googlemail.com

ALAG events for Cityread London April 2012

Brent Libraries Arts & Heritage

On Thursday 5th April 2012 at Ealing Road Library Gulshan Iqbal, Chair of ALAG read Oliver Twist in Urdu. Twenty two people attended and enjoyed the story and discussed the similarities in society now and in Charles Dickens’ time. There was alot of enthusiam for the story and particularly that young people were able to hear it in Urdu.

Hounslow Libraries

Customers were given the opportunity to read and discuss Oliver Twist in Hindi and Panjabi. The reading group which met at Hounslow Library on 4th April was well attended and a lively discussion was held as those present related to Oliver’s experiences and likened them to their own when they first came to England and the hardships that had to be overcome.

To find out more about these events and where Oliver Twist will be discussed in Gujarati, Tamil and Bengali click on the link below:

http://www.asianimage.co.uk/news/united_kingdom/9599403.Dickens_in_Urdu__Punjabi_and_Gujarati_/

Many thanks to Gulshan for facilitating both events so successfully and to ALAG members Kamaljit and Aruna for their support.

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