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Alliance Française de Delhi and the Francophone community of the city indulge in a week of festivities from March 21-26, including film fests, theatre, live music acts and, of course, the Francophone Mela.

art and culture Updated: Mar 18, 2011 23:15 IST

A taste of France in Delhi
Alliance Française de Delhi and the Francophone community of the city indulge in a week of festivities from March 21-26, including film fests, theatre, live music acts and, of course, the Francophone Mela. The lineup includes a concert by Les Boukakes, composed of French and North African musicians from Algeria, Tunisia and France known for innovative use of Rai music.
Alliance Francaise, 72, Lodhi Estate. For details, call: 43500200

The contemporaries
Latitude 28 art gallery's first anniversary group show features contemporary artists Arpana Caur, Anupam Sud, Abir Karmakar, Anjaneyulu G, Bose Krishnamachari, Baiju Parthan, G R. Iranna, George Martin, Jogen Chowdhury, Jaysree Burman, Prajakta Palav, Paresh Maity, Rajesh Ram and Prajjwal Choudhury.
March 25-April 15. F 208, Lado Sarai. For details, call: 981143131

Tribute to a master
One of the highlights of the National Festival Of New Choreography at the Habitat Centre is a tribute to Rabindranath Tagore by Pandit Birju Maharaj and his disciples.
March 23. India Habitat Centre. For details, call: 43663333

In their element
Ekatatva, Sanskrit for one element, is the common principle that has brought together Kathak exponent Uma Dogra, Odissi dancer Daksha Mashruwala and Vaibhav Arekar, from a new generation of artistes for an eponymous concert this weekend.
March 22, India Habitat Centre. For details, call: 43663333