KIRTANA KRISHNA JAZZ CONCERT SUNDAY, APRIL 5, 7 p.m.
Original compositions performed by jazz singer Kirtana Krishna.
SUN MERE BANDHU RE
The Musical World of SD Burman MULTIMEDIA PRESENTATION SUNDAY, APRIL 5, 8 p.m.
forty-five-minute multimedia presentation that includes a recorded
reading of excerpts from the book by Ameen Sayani, the noted radio
person, and a narration of stories by author Sathya Saran from the
composer's life, and film clips.
RAJA SUYA YAGAM
AND PRAHALATHA CHARITHRAN THERAKOOTHU PERFORMANCES SUNDAY, APRIL 5, 9:30 p.m.
Arulmigu Sri Iyyappan Nataka Mandram presents a double bill: Raja Sooya Yagam (Therukoothu) followed by Pragaladhan Sarithram (Folk Drama).
THE DRAGON PLAY FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 7 p.m.
The Drama School, Mumbai presents Evgeny Shvartz’s
Bahar daanav dus ya sau, bheeter mare toh phoote pau!
In a new Hindi translation by
(National School of Drama, and London International School for Performing Arts)
Mumbai Marathi Sahitya Sangh
GROOVE TO TRASH MUSIC CONCERT SUNDAY, APRIL 12, 7 p.m.
Thaalavattam collaborating with RA'UF presents Groove to Trash, a musical concert.
The main vision of project “ Thaalavattam” (A percussion based project)
is to create music using innovative instruments made from waste plastic
and metal (reduce. reuse and recycle). Thaalavattam aims to clean up the
plastic waste that is plaguing India, through music. This is a
percussion-based project by Montry Manuel, which uses instruments
created from waste plastic and metal with the aim to inspire people to
think creatively about waste. His instruments are mainly created from
reused paint cans, soda cans, PVC pipes etc. mimicking the street
UNDER THE MANGOSTEEN TREE PLAY SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 7 p.m.
AND SUNDAY, APRIL 19, 7 p.m.
PERCH, CHENNAI PRESENTS
UNDER THE MANGOSTEEN TREE
STORIES OF VAIKOM MUHAMMAD BASHEER
A Play in English (with a little Malayalam)
Directed by Rajiv Krishnan
‘Under the Mangosteen Tree - Stories of Vaikom Muhammad Basheer’ is an
adventurous mix of seven stories by the great Malayalam writer Basheer,
all very different, but with a common vein of love, humour and pathos
running through them. A connecting link in this heady concoction is the
character of Basheer himself, who plays narrator, participant and
witness in turn. These stories are blended together in a non-linear yet
seamless narrative that reveals the extraordinary range of Basheer’s
writing and experiences.
All performances at:
Adishakti, Sir Ratan Tata Koothukovil,
Edyanchavadi Road, Diagonally Opposite Hope
No entry for latecomers.
Admission Free – all are welcome! Donations would be appreciated.