Indore: Open Mic Speak, for your lips are yet free

Indore: Aimed at providing a platform to the youth of Indore to voice their opinions, Literary Club organised an Open Mic event, ‘Speak Up’ at Down Town Café. The event witnessed a large number of citizens coming forward to express their views and visions through various art forms, including poetry, stand-up comedy and mimicry. In all, it was the place to be for emerging artists of the city, as it brought all the budding and the adept performers under one roof. The literary event received a commendable response from the audience, stuffing the café from 1:30 pm to 4 pm. Their enthusiasm was fully satisfied by over fifteen wonderful performances presented by the young talents.

Young Words

I am glad to get a chance to perform on a sensitive issue and that too in front of such amazingly open minded and tolerant audience

 Animesh Nighojkar, Student

This was a wonderful event and a great opportunity to meet and interact with like-minded people. I am glad I was invited here

 Devashish Mulye, Budding comedian

Singing is not just my passion, but my life. Music makes me feel alive and expressing my thoughts through music is the best feeling ever. I hope for more such events in Indore in near future

Shibin Joy, Budding vocalist and guitar player

Club Speak

Our primary objective is to develop a community where people can come forward and speak their heart out

Vidushi Jain, member of The Literary Club

We are hoping to organise more Open Mics where artists can come and express themselves. This is an upcoming trend observed mostly in metro cities, and we wish to bring it to Indore as well

Aditi Page, member of The Literary Club

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