Win a Dinner with Feraidoon Mojadedi

Join us for an exclusive dinner with world-renowned Farsi scholar and storyteller Feraidoon Mojadedi at the Centre for Stories on Saturday 21 September.

Ahead of the world premiere of Layla Majnun, we want to offer some lucky audience members a chance to meet with Feraidoon and hear stories about Rumi over a delicious dinner. To enter the competition, visit www.laylamajnun.com.au and purchase a minimum of 4 tickets using the promo code RUMI before September 10th.

Winners will be notified on September 11th via phone/email.

Website: www.laylamajnun.com.au

Facebook event page: bit.ly/laylamajnun

About Ustaadh Feraidoon Mojadedi

Ustaadh Feraidoon Mojadedi is one of the most well-known and respected community leader, lecturers, and entrepreneurs in the Bay Area – California. He was born in Herat, Afghanistan and immigrated with his family to America during the Russian invasion of Afghanistan in 1985. After graduating from American High School and Chabot College he attended San Francisco State University where he majored in history. He grew up in a household with a deep love and reverence for poetry. At the age of five he began to memorize poems by Rumi and other great poets. His love of poetry continued to grow and eventually developed into a passion and calling that would allow him to teach regular classes on Rumi throughout California, the U.S., U.K., Australia, Malaysia and even as far as Konya, Turkey, where Mawlana Rumi is laid to rest. The nuances of the Farsi language, in which he is fluent, allows him the unique ability to bring Rumi’s poetry to life and to help listeners recognize Rumi’s essential message of love, coexistence, and connection with the Divine. Ustadh Feraidoon spends his free time reading, studying, and lecturing on many topics including Rumi and a wide collection of Farsi poetry, spirituality, and self-development. He currently lives with his wife and two children in Dublin, California.

T&C: The competition runs from 10am on Aug 30th to midnight on Sept 10th. There is no limit as to how many times you can enter the competition. Dinner will be fully catered for up to 12 people. No alcohol will be served.

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