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What if sit­ting in Delhi, you too could open a por­tal to an al­ter­na­tive realm? Crow, a theatre col­lec­tive mar­ries sci­ence fic­tion with im­mer­sive theatre prac­tices to give you a bizarre ex­pe­ri­ence. In an im­mer­sive theatre ex­pe­ri­ence, the au­di­ence isn't merely a by­stander or a pas­sive ob­server. They are a part of the ex­pe­ri­ence. "If the venue is a house, be­hind each door, the au­di­ence will find a dif­fer­ent story be­ing en­acted. The au­di­ence can then choose to be a voyeur or a par­tic­i­pant in the story," says Prashant Prakash, 30, co-founder, Crow. On Valen­tine's Day, Crow will or­gan­ise a lunch like no other. Ex­pect the un­ex­pected—murky look­ing dishes straight out of a fan­tasy novel, odd lunch mates from other plan­ets, speak­ing in lan­guages you never knew ex­isted. PRICE Rs 2,500 for the meal TEL 09821462054 TICK­ETS in­

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