Conversations on Memory - An evening of Indian Music

Wednesday 28th February// 7.30pm start// Pay What You Choose

Soumik Datta's 'Mone Rekho' at Gloucester Guildhall

a musician playing the drums and a musician playing a sarod
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About Mone Rekho

Mone Rekho is a relaxed-concert style performance led by Soumik Datta, who will share reflections on identity and memory to a soundtrack of incredible Sarod music.

Come along to the Guildhall where with others, you’ll listen to music and stories all about the memories we treasure and what it feels like when we start to lose them.

There will be beautiful sounds and projections, and there might be moments when you cry but it will be a happy and hopeful experience.

You only have to sit and listen, but it will be a shared experience – there's something powerful about hearing these things together, and if you'd like to, you can stay and talk to us and the performers and each other at the end.

Like ‘Hope Notes’, this immersive event is a mix of storytelling, music and projections.

Listen to Soumik Datta here

When is the event?

Mone Rekho will happen on Wednesday 28th February and starts at 7.30pm. The event lasts for 90 minutes – in the interval, there will be a chance to share your own reflections on memory.

Where is Gloucester Guildhall?

Gloucester Guildhall is on Eastgate Street and the postcode is GL1 1NS.

Kings Walk Car Park (GL1 1EA) is next to the venue. You can also access the building from Eastgate Street – there’s a lift and stairs that will take you to the Box Office.

Gloucester Transport Hub is a five-minute walk from the venue and the nearest bus stop to the venue is outside of Boots.


We don’t want cost to be a barrier to entry, so this event is Pay What You Choose. You are welcome to attend for free.

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Presented in partnership with the Gloucester Guildhall: