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IAGB Presents Sach….aur Sach Ke Siva

Press Release
04/20/2016

Sach….aur sach ke siva 

Gripping Hindi suspense thriller based on a novel by Agatha Christie, adapted for an Alfred Hitchcock movie
BOOK SOON ! TICKETS CAN BE PURCHASED ONLINE AT WWW.IAGB.ORG
(Seating assigned on “first-booked,  first assigned” basis.  Also, online ticketing closes on April 26th, 2016. Tickets
purchased at the door will not be discounted and will be priced higher)


• Please purchase your tickets in the appropriate membership category shown above (become members to avail of the discount).  
• Tickets purchased on-line can be picked up at the Ticket Pick-up desk, at the venue on the day of the play.  
• Membership will be verified before tickets can be picked up.  
• Doors will open at 3pm.  Please arrive early to pick up your tickets and be seated in time for the curtain call at 4pm.



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