Event Collections

Event Calendar
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  • Event Details
  • Genre
    • 04-Sep-2015 - 13-Sep-2015
    • Director: Rebecca Spurgeon
      Ticket Price: ₹ 400

      The Workers’ Bible is a collection of stories, inspired by Italian Folkfore and refashioned to create absurd and unique characters – a classical pig who wants wings, Adam and eve who begin life in a pea pod, a dung bettle who outsmarts an eagle, an eagle who is charmed into laying her eggs in God’s lap and a God who is not quite able to keep pace.Read More

      Fri-04-Sep | 08:00 PM
      Sat-05-Sep | 08:00 PM
      Sun-06-Sep | 03:00 PM
      Sun-06-Sep | 06:30 PM
      Tue-08-Sep | 08:00 PM
      Wed-09-Sep | 08:00 PM
      Thu-10-Sep | 08:00 PM
      Fri-11-Sep | 08:00 PM
      Sat-12-Sep | 08:00 PM
      Sun-13-Sep | 03:00 PM
      Sun-13-Sep | 06:30 PM
    • Comedy Drama
    • 28-Aug-2015 - 30-Aug-2015
    • Director: Rupesh Tillu
      Ticket Price: ₹ 300

      One man, One throne, One crown, One hilariously tragic experience. Amidst thunder and lightening, the three witches meet with Beth and Banquo, From there on Beth tries his best to live up to the prophesies with his imaginary friend Banquo. Together they narrate this murderous tale sincerely.Read More

      Fri-28-Aug | 08:00 PM
      Sat-29-Aug | 08:00 PM
      Sun-30-Aug | 03:00 PM
      Sun-30-Aug | 06:30 PM
    • Comedy
    • 21-Aug-2015 - 23-Aug-2015
    • Director: Karen D’mello
      Ticket Price: ₹ 300

      Satyajit Ray’s short story, ‘Patol Babu, Film Star’ tells of a chance opportunity to fulfill a lifelong dream. Patol Babu is about fifty and has lead a decidedly unglamorous life. Read More

      Fri-21-Aug | 08:00 PM
      Sun-23-Aug | 06:30 PM
    • General
    • 21-Aug-2015 - 23-Aug-2015
    • Director: Anasuya Vaidya
      Ticket Price: ₹ 300

      The Revised Kama Sutra is the comical story of a small-town boy’s search for love, sex, relationships and spiritualism – a journey that takes him from Mangalore to Washington D.C., with many girls, conflicts and adventures along the way – before finding his salvation.Read More

      Fri-21-Aug | 08:00 PM
      Sat-22-Aug | 08:00 PM
      Sun-23-Aug | 03:00 PM
      Sun-23-Aug | 06:30 PM
    • Comedy
    • 16-Aug-2015
    • Ticket Price: ₹ 300

      Hockey in my Blood is a film about hockey in Coorg, told through the story of the Kodava Hockey Festival, the world’s largest hockey tournament played between the families of Coorg in the coffee hills of South India.Read More

      Sun-16-Aug | 11:00 AM
    • film
    • 14-Aug-2015 - 16-Aug-2015
    • Director: Arjun Sajnani
      Ticket Price: ₹ 300

      In David Ives’ seductive, darkly funny, Venus in Fur, a playwright-director, Thomas, has written an adaptation of Leopold von Sacher- Masoch’s classic erotic novel Venus in Fur, the story of an obsessive relationship between a man and the mistress to whom he becomes enslaved.Read More

      Fri-14-Aug | 08:00 PM
      Sun-16-Aug | 06:30 PM
    • Comedy
    • 14-Aug-2015
    • Director: Arjun Sajnani
      Ticket Price: ₹ 300

      In David Ives’ seductive, darkly funny, Venus in Fur, a playwright-director, Thomas, has written an adaptation of Leopold von Sacher- Masoch’s classic erotic novel Venus in Fur, the story of an obsessive relationship between a man and the mistress to whom he becomes enslaved.Read More

      Fri-14-Aug | 08:00 PM
    • Comedy
    • 07-Aug-2015 - 09-Aug-2015
    • Director: Amitava Baksy
      Ticket Price: ₹ 300

      This comedy, inspired by Oscar Wilde’s “Importance of being Ernest”, is set in the backdrop of Calcutta in the 1980s. It is about two young gentlemen who fall in love with two beautiful ladies, but has one small problem. They have simply used a fake name to introduce themselves to there sweethearts, due to situational constraints.Read More

      Fri-07-Aug | 08:00 PM
      Sat-08-Aug | 08:00 PM
      Sun-09-Aug | 03:00 PM
      Sun-09-Aug | 06:30 PM
    • Comedy, Satire, Drama
    • 24-Jul-2015
    • Director: Ashwini Kumar Chakre
      Ticket Price: ₹ 300

      Bechara Mara Gaya is a satire not only the police administration but also at the hypocrisy of the entire socio-political system. This play is set in the northern part of India and the plot revolves around an investigation on the custodial death of a train-bombing suspect. The central character of the play is a ‘Maniac’ or ‘Pagal’ who is a habitual imposter and has been caught by the police several times. Read More

      Fri-24-Jul | 08:00 PM
    • Play (Comedy)
    • 24-Jul-2015 - 26-Jul-2015
    • Director: Ashwini Kumar Chakre
      Ticket Price: ₹ 300

      Bechara Mara Gaya is a satire not only the police administration but also at the hypocrisy of the entire socio-political system. This play is set in the northern part of India and the plot revolves around an investigation on the custodial death of a train-bombing suspect. The central character of the play is a ‘Maniac’ or ‘Pagal’ who is a habitual imposter and has been caught by the police several times. The play begins with the ‘Pagal’ in a police chowki being questioned by a sub-inspector. During the conversation, the ‘Pagal’ gets to know about an inquiry commission that has been set up to investigate the custodial death. The ‘Pagal’ manages to fool the sub-inspector and his assistant and escapes, only to re-enter in the guise of the presiding judge of the inquiry. What follows is utter confusion, cases of mistaken identities which almost compel the officers to confess to their crimes. The tongue in cheek humour of the play explores the grave issues of financial and moral corruption present in the administration and the society at large.Read More

      Fri-24-Jul | 08:00 PM
      Sat-25-Jul | 08:00 PM
      Sun-26-Jul | 03:00 PM
      Sun-26-Jul | 06:30 PM
    • (Comedy)

Jagriti

Jagriti is a Performance Arts space dedicated to Theatre, Music, Dance and Comedy. Founded in 2011 by Arundhati and Jagdish Raja, the space has hosted several productions from India and around the world. A 200-seat theatre, built around a full-thrust stage, it is fully equipped to cater to both artistes and audience. The main stage is designed for intimate performances, with adjoining spaces for informal lectures and gatherings, and an attached restaurant- 'The Fat Chef'. Jagriti is owned and operated by the not-for-profit ART Foundation, a registered charitable trust.

The Rooftop - above the main auditorium is an open-to-sky space with a staging area that can accommodate about 50 people. A raised and walled off platform can work as a perfect area for puppet theatre. The Rooftop has a restroom and a pantry. 

The Terrace - alongside the auditorium, the Terrace can accommodate about 20 people as an informal gathering area.

Lumbini - extending out from the foyer, Lumbini has a stage and an open-to-sky terraced space for about 80 people.