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-July 26, 2019

Classic conundrum What: An exciting contemporary take on the classic, Rajneesh Gautam’s Hindi play ‘The Curse of Hamlet’ is woven around William Shakespeare’s famous play. Produced by Akshara Theatre, it’s an 80-minute play where a clever ‘whodunit’ is woven into the play-within-a-play, set in a theatre company comprised of brilliant, flawed actors beset by internal […]

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-July 19, 2019

Looking ahead What: Artist Pallav Chander focuses on abstract expressions on contemporary societal psychology and behavior. The exhibition ‘Tomorrow Belongs To Me’ is an optimistic statement for artists, showing how in tomorrow lies the hope for new creative endeavours and inventories. The works also project an underlying scream, evolving into concepts emanating from a personal […]

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-July 12, 2019

Three masters What: Sporting a collection of fresh canvases that dazzle with the brilliance of colour applications, triggering liberating moods and definable strokes, here’s an exhibition that brings together the works of three formidable artists. Titled ‘Tres Maestros’, it features the works of Niren Sengupta, Nupur Kundu and Niladri Pal. Not a rehash of old […]

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-July 5, 2019

Breaking taboos What: Portraying the obstacles that stand in the way of female sexuality in the 21st century, Barbara Miller’s feature documentary #Female Pleasure portrays five courageous, smart and self-determined women, breaking the silence imposed by their archaic-patriarch societies and religious communities. To be screened at the European Union Film Festival, this 97-minute feature documentary […]

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-June 28, 2019

Debut tour What: K-pop fans in the city, block your dates and gear up for KARD’s debut fan meet and concert in India. Breaking charts all over the world with their albums, the four-member co-ed idol group is one of the biggest K-pop acts to perform until date in India. Organised by Pink Box Events […]

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-June 21, 2019

Soulful musical What: Every artist has a journey. A journey of an endless search. A journey that is filled with ups and downs, acceptance and rejection, pain and satisfaction. The play, Tansen explores this journey through the life of the legendary Tansen. What was it that made him the great Tansen and what was his […]

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-June 13, 2019

Devotional dance What: In her effort to “en-dance the universe,” Geeta Chandran engages in a strategic range of dance-related activities: performing, teaching, conducting, singing, collaborating, organising, writing and speaking to a youth audience. As celebrated Bharatanatyam performer, she brings to you Samagama Leela – an autobiographical journey into the ocean of bhakti (devotion). In her […]

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-June 7, 2019

Breathe free What: This exhibition documents the stories, pain, suffering, frustration and hope of eight individuals and the cities they live in, connected through one common thread – air pollution. Extinguishing more life per person than terrorism, smoking or malaria, the narrative around India’s biggest public health emergency continues to be myopic and Delhi-centric, focusing […]

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