Category : Theatre

‘PEHLE AAP’ a comedy drama in hindustani

PANCHANAN PATHAK SMRITI  SAPTAHANT HAASYA NAATYA SAMAROH-17  (1st, 2nd, 7th, 8th, 14th, 15th, 21st, 22nd,28th & 29th October-17) On 22nd October, Sunday at 7 pm At LTG Auditorium, Mandi House, New Delhi-01 hindustani Comedy Drama PEHLE AAP  Directed by FAHAD KHAN Presentation of ANTRAAL About Production “Pehle Aap” Based in Lucknow, the play revolves around […]

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4 STORIES FROM LIFE! (22 OCTOBER,2017)

4 Stories from Life written and directed by Prakhar Gautam is a play that has 4 different stories. The first story ‘Itna Bhi Nahi Tha’ revolve around a renowned divorce lawyer Ramesh who has to deal with an eccentric Nishant and a fed up Shama as his clients. The second story ‘ Beautiful World of […]

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JAPAN FESTIVAL 2017 (OCTOBER-DECEMBER)

Dance | Film | Music WHEN: October – December 2017 FILM FESTIVAL LOCATION:  New Delhi, India The Japan Foundation, New Delhi aims to promote: Cultural and Arts Exchange; Japanese Language Education; Japanese Studies and Intellectual Exchange. As part of the Japan Festival, the Japan Foundation brings to you a range of events over 3 months […]

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A LUNCH IN PARIS

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A LUNCH IN PARIS

A Lunch in Paris is a short play adopted by William Somerset Maugham, this play is a romantic comedy which revolves around around a middle class writer and his admirer a woman who wants the writer to take her to the most expensive restaurant for a lunch. What will happen next?Will the writer take her […]

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RAMKALI By Asmita Theatre Group

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RAMKALI By Asmita Theatre Group

DIRECTOR: Arvind Gaur WRITER: Bertolt Brecht ARTISTS Kakoli Gaur, Saveree Gaur, Ishwak Singh, Abhishek Pandey, Gaurav Mishra, Girish Pal, Himanshu Maggo, Amit Rawal, Davinder Kaur, Ashish Sejwal, Prabhakar Pandey, Vishnu Kashyap, Pawan Solanki, Shashank Verma, Ujjawal Chaurasia, Chetan Gulati, Monica Chaudhary, Mayank Garg, Karan Khanna, Gurjeet Pathak, Vipul Kalra, Neha Garg, Naveen Kalirawna, Shekhar Chaudhary, […]

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Tughlaq

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Tughlaq

  DIRECTOR: Bharti Sharma WRITER: Girish Karnad ARTISTS: Mohit Tripathi TUGHLAQ play in Hindi written by Girish Karnad, designed and directed by Bharti Sharma is a historical drama depicting the life of emperor Tughlaq. WHEN: 3RD NOVEMBER 2017 WHERE: SHRIRAM CENTRE OF PERFORMING ARTS MANDI HOUSE  WHERE TO BOOK THE TICKETS:  BOOK MY SHOW  PRICE OF THE TICKETS: RS. 50-200 Like1 […]

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Mera Woh Matlab Nahi Tha

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Mera Woh Matlab Nahi Tha

A two-act, two hours Hindi play DIRECTOR Rakesh Bedi ARTISTS Anupam Kher, Neena Gupta Sometimes in life, the results of our endeavors may not match with its objectives. At such times, we can only shrug and say, ‘Mera Woh Matlab Nahi Tha’. Actor Prepares Productions latest play revolves around two such people who didn’t mean to hurt […]

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Qissebaazi at Studio Safdar

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Qissebaazi at Studio Safdar

  Qissebaazi expands and builds upon traditional storytelling. A multilingual platform with multiple performers, it is theatrical in presentation but still, distinctively, storytelling. Each story is performed in two languages- one the core language of the text, and the other a bridge language. We hope you enjoy both the cadence of the original language and […]

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‘Ramlila’ annual Dance Drama

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‘Ramlila’ annual Dance Drama

Celebrate this festive season with the 61st edition of SHRI RAM, annual dance-drama depicting the Lord’s life: Presented by Shriram Bharatiya Kala Kendra. Shobha Deepak Singh, Vice Chairperson of SBKK has directed the two hour long production which is now in its 61st edition and has gone from strength to strength in the last six decades. Presenting […]

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Tagore’s Women – A Play By Samarth Theatre Group

TAGORE’S WOMEN The play is based on two short stories of Rabindranath Tagore. Written around eighty years ago, these stories are relevant for the present times. Read closely, it becomes one written for the problems of the present age. This very aspect of the narrative gives rise to a pertinent question; have we really changed? […]

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