They are everywhere. Sprung up like mushrooms. Tall, squat, spacious, tiny. Worlds unto themselves. Apartment blocks, of course! Societal Woes is about people in an apartment block. You know them well. They will make you laugh, squirm, retch and want to run away! But you can't. Because when you reach home they will be there - in the garden, in the lift, in the kid's playground. They just won't go away! Read More
Half Breed is a semi-autobiographical comic drama about finding your voice, written and performed by the exciting new British talent, Natasha MarshallRead More
Yayati is Girish Karnad’s first play that immediately established his ability to turn an epic story into an exciting dramatic experience. In this play, King Yayati’s story from the Mahabharata becomes a roller coaster ride of events, sparked off by one sexual encounter. Set against a background of lust, jealousy, and racial tension, six strong characters fight to assert their own rights.Read More
“Fantasy for Two” is a one piano four hands western classical concert by two experienced Concert pianists from Belarus Natallia K Kapylova and Liudmila Alizarchyk. They have got together to present an unusual programme ranging from Romantic composers like Schubert & Debussy, Brahms & the Russian Tchaikovsky to Piazzolla, the 20th Century Argentine tangos composer, whose creations will liven up the evening.Read More
Mrinmoy, the elder son of Sanyal family, had met with an accident soon after his marriage and has been confined to a wheelchair since then. He is suffering from paralysis, severe burns, neurological problems and supported by a full-time nurse, Ranjana. Mrinmoy does not allow his beautiful wife, Urmi, to take care of him physically, even though their relationship is deep, and Urmi's love is his biggest inspiration to live. Since his accident, Mrinmoy has attempted to shield Urmi from the day-to- day realities of his bedridden condition. .Read More
Rosalind and Orlando have been forced into exile in the Forest of Arden. As lovers, they become entangled in a bizarre game of lust, love and mistaken identity. Visit www.handlebards.com to find out more! Read More
Becca and Howie have everything a couple could want, until a life-shattering accident turns their world upside down and leaves them drifting perilously apart. RABBIT HOLE charts their bittersweet search for comfort in the darkest of places and for a path that will lead them back into the light of day. A play about mending a broken family which shifts perfectly from hilarity to grief without sentimentality ... entertaining and satisfying. Winner of the 2007 Pulitzer Prize, David Lindsay-Abaire has crafted a drama that's not just a departure but a revelation—an emotional and insightful examination of grief, laced with wit, compassion and searing honesty.Read More
‘Running in Place’ is the story of Prateek and Neha re-examining their relationship, in light of their recent split, trying to figure out where it all went wrong. A journey that takes them from their first date to their last days together. The story explores themes of love, loss, and guilt, with plenty of emotional twists and turns, and a healthy measure of humour. Read More
Premiered in 1992, this two-character play is as relevant today as it was then. In a terrifyingly short time, a male college professor and his female student descend from a discussion of her grades into a modern reprise of the Inquisition. She accuses him of sexual exploitation. By doing so his future is in danger. But is he really guilty? Or is she a schemer? Rebecca and Preetam will have you yelling your opinion out loud as you leave!Read More
The Play which has a feast of colour and sound, looks to recreate the innocence and irreverence of Ruskin Bond’s stories on stage. As it is with most retellings of famous writers’ on stage, Ruskin Bond himself plays a pivotal character in most of his stories.Read More
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. 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.