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regional movies Updated: Apr 20, 2013 02:53 IST
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Culture walk
Widening their scope from remaining a mere repository of knowledge, museums at the Sanskriti Kendra is fast turning into dynamic learning centres and active agents of cultural values. Playing an important role in disseminating information and creating awareness, the Sanskriti museums organise weekly museum walks. The guided tour takes you through Sanskriti museums of Terracotta, Everyday Art and Indian Textiles - that closely traces the rich Indian traditions in terracotta, textiles and refined aspects of everyday life.
11 am - 2 pm, Saturdays, Sanskriti Kendra, Anandagram, Aya Nagar, MG Road. Call: 26501765

On the beat
Get ready for an energetic evening that gets heady over the sound of pulsating rhythms. Delhi Drummers, a community of drumming enthusiasts, come together for a jamming session this evening. People from all walks of life will play hand-drums, dance and enjoy music in an informal atmosphere. Bring along your percussion instrument if you want to jam in too or just sit back and enjoy the music and dance in the serene surroundings of its 'mystical field'. The free, walk-in event is also open for kids in 'the spirit of fun and friendship'.
April 20, 6pm to 8pm, Zorba the Buddha, 7, Tropical Drive, MG Road, Ghitorni. Call: 9311902235

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Humour please, we're Indian
Join Rajneesh Kapoor and Anuvab Pal in their rib-tickling performance on quirky behaviour that makes us all uniquely Indian.
April 20, 8pm, Epicenter, Gurgaon, 24682001

Liminal Shakespeare
Ghosts of Shakespeare, a festival organised by The Arshinagar Project looks at The Bard as a living talisman of protest and humanistic articulation. The festival looks at the world of Shakespeare from the vantage of Indian performance idioms and aesthetics.
1April 23-25, for details visit or call 9999401394