Pick of the week
What's the role of an elder brother in one's life? Should he be seen as bully, friend or guide? In the comedy Bade Bhai Saheb, a student of class nine studying in a boarding school is joined by his much younger brother. The elder brother has lofty aspirations for his sibling.art and culture Updated: Jan 23, 2012 20:00 IST
Indulge in sibling revelry
What's the role of an elder brother in one's life? Should he be seen as bully, friend or guide? In the comedy Bade Bhai Saheb, a student of class nine studying in a boarding school is joined by his much younger brother. The elder brother has lofty aspirations for his sibling. The younger brother obeys the commands of his brother, mostly out of fear. But while the elder brother has failed consecutively for two years in the same class, the younger one performs better. An adaptation of Munshi Premchand's famous short story. November 27, 7 pm, LTG Auditorium, Mandi House. For further details, call 9313770131.
Ideas in progress
Arough sketch is where an artist's idea takes shape. However, it's forgotten once the art is ready. But artist Anupam Sud, whose work ranges from monochromatic etchings to intimate watercolours and monumental canvas paintings, has preserved a collection of sketches since her college days that includes invitation cards, personal sketchbook, random papers. On display in a solo show titled Preparatory Assertions: Notes from sketchbooks. Nov 25-Dec 9, Latitude 28, Lado Sarai, 46130637
From the valley of arts
From the Buddhist arts of Ladakh to the Sufi traditions of the Valley and the Shaivite heritage of the state, Jammu and Kashmir is the cradle of some of India's finest arts and crafts. This year's Kashmir Festival will showcase the cultural and artistic traditions of the state. It includes weaving, carpet making, embroidery, wood and copper carving as well as papier-mache work. Plus: art shows, theatre, folk dances, seminars and poetry recitations. Also look out for: santoor, rabab, sarangi performances, shawl weaving and Ladakhi masked dances. December 2-4 India International Centre, for details call 24619431
Music beyond borders
Popular rock bands from South Asia will perform at the 5th South Asian Bands Festival, organised by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations and Seher next week. The 15-band show will feature Bollywood duo Salim-Sulaiman, the girl band of Coke studio fame, Zeb and Haniya from Pakistan and Fanoos from Afghanistan. Zeb and Haniya will open the act while Salim-Sulaiman will perform on the last day. Dec 2 to 4, 6 pm onwards, Purana Qila, entry free, www.sehernow.in
Brunch it up this Sunday
Get a spot of sunshine and a hearty meal at the mediterranean grill terrace brunch with wood-fired pizzas, lavaash with baked lentils, desserts and select wines. The Second Sin, MGF-Metropolitan Mall, Saket, brunch for R1200 plus taxes, call 8860080780.
For a Pan Asian brunch with Thai chicken barbecue, tamarind tofu, asparagus dumplings, head to Shiro, Samrat Hotel, Chanakyapuri. Brunch for R1750 plus taxes, call 26876310.
First Published: Nov 25, 2011 22:46 IST