Kuwait: Comedian Agostinho & Troupe Accorded Grand Welcome

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Kuwait, Jan 16: Comedian Agostinho Temudo and his Troupe arrived on Wednesday January 16 morning at the Kuwait International Airport and were warmly welcomed and greeted by the organizers.

The troupe will stage the  most acclaimed 'best tiatr' of the season in Goa written and directed by Comedian Agostinho on a social theme "SIR" at the Hawalli A C Auditorium this Friday January 18, 2008 at 3:30 pm. 

The troupe comprises of Meena Leitao, Rohma, Osvi Viegas, T Britton, Mathew Araujo, Salu de Loutolim, Santan de Betalbatim, Joaquim Cabral, Oliveiro Gabrial,  De Almeida Xavier, Comedian Selvy and Agostinho. Music will be scored by Goa's famous Norman Cardozo.   Kuwait-based popular singers Jose Rod, Marcus Vaz, Laurente Pereira, Cajetan de Sanvordem and Eduard Estibeiro will keep audience entertained. 

With Selvy, Agostinho Temudo has ensured that the audience gets their inimitable laughter for the evening.  For reservations and details, contact LIMRA CARGO (Tony Golden Goa), Kuwait City or phone Nicholas 9732917, Laurente 6262597, Chequinho 6364366, Philip 9494518 or Benny 6533229. 

Agostinho Temudo has been seen on the Konkani stage in Kuwait sixteen times in the recent past!    The two times winner of the prestigious 'GULAB' award does enact comedy roles par excellence and audiences in Goa, Kuwait, Qatar, Dubai, Bahrain, U.K. and Canada has applauded him.  Equally gifted with composing skills and a penchant for innovative presentations, he has produced and released many Konkani VCD, audio albums and Tiatrs. 


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