Pick of the week
Honouring Mother Earth and aiming to create an awareness towards nature is an exhibition titled 'Join World Environment Day... let us make this earth a heaven.' The show aims at showcasing the talent of about 30 artists centred on the theme of environment.Updated: Jun 07, 2013, 23:09 IST
Honouring Mother Earth and aiming to create an awareness towards nature is an exhibition titled 'Join World Environment Day... let us make this earth a heaven.' The show aims at showcasing the talent of about 30 artists centred on the theme of environment. A part of the money will be donated to street children. Artists have joined hands to give messages that run from creating a balance between animals and nature and killing pollution.
11am to 7pm, June 7-9, Galerie Romain Rolland, Alliance francaise, Lodhi Estate. Call: 9891065456
A play written and directed by M Sayeed Alam, Lal Qile Ka Aakhri Mushaira beautifully recreates the last 'Mushairah' that took place at Lal Qila before 1857. It presents some of the tallest of Urdu poets on one stage - Ghalib, Zauq, Momin, Dagh, Tishnah, Sheftah and Bahadur Shah Zafar, which is played by the well-known actor Tom Alter.
7.30 pm, June 14, Shri Ram Centre, 4, Safdar Hashmi Marg. Call: 9810255291
The best medicine for soul
An evening full of laughter is one of the best ways to take your mind off the intense heat. International stand-up comic Raj Sharma will give his maiden performance in India at Delhi and Gurgaon. Sharma will be joined by Vasu Primlani, also a US-based stand-up comic. Sharma has worked with some of the best international comics like Tom Rhodes, Carl LaBove, Pablo Francisco, Frank Caliendo, Brian Regan, Bruce etc. Primlani has been showcased at comedy venues such as SF Punchline, New Comedy Comedy Cub and the Mira Guild Theatre.
June 13 -14, Costa Coffee, Basant Lok and DLF IV, Gurgaon.
For details and tickets call: 9971339654
Rock music lovers may like to mark this event on their calendar. Music group Propaganda is putting up a show where like-minded people hailing from different bands come together with the love for not one but many genres and assemble to pay tribute to some of the greatest music made all over the world. The line-up features Ajay Paul Mathew on guitars, Pravesh Hingmang on vocals and Sambhav Jain on bass.
8.30 pm, June 9, Cafe Morrison, South Extension. Call: 9910039456
In a unique dance performance titled - A male ant has straight antennae - the artist aims at exploring masculinity through stereotypes, sports, relationships, sexuality and touch. The performance through its varied creativity allows the spectators to look at the idea of masculinity from various perspectives. The dance is like an ensemble piece that investigates the physicality of the body that resides within the wide spectrum of masculinities and its interpretations. The choreography is by Mandeep Raikhy and sound score is by Yasuhiro Morinaga.
7.30pm onwards, June 13, Kamani Auditorium, Mandi House. Call: 64625766