Show Stealers

Shake a leg and join in the World Environment Day celebrations as Swechha and Green the Gap present a live music concert by the Banglore-based folk-fusion band Swarathma.

Written by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published:May 28, 2012 10:43 pm

Delhi

River Sutra

Shake a leg and join in the World Environment Day celebrations as Swechha and Green the Gap present a live music concert by the Banglore-based folk-fusion band Swarathma. On June 1 at India Habitat Centre.

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Flash Back

Memory is the diary that we all carry about with us,” said Oscar Wilde in The Importance of Being Earnest. Now,performer Swati Mohan choreographs and directs students of Danza Performing Arts to experience their memories and express its illusions through theatre combined with dance. The show will be held on June 5 and 6 in Epicentre.

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Mumbai

Step by Step

Urmila Sathyanarayanan,widely regarded as one of the country’s finest Bharatanatyam exponents,presents “Myriad Hues of the Margam”,a dance recital,on June 2 at the Dance Theatre Godrej,NCPA.

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Industry Reports

Currently on display at the art hotel Le Sutra,Khar West,is artist Vipul Prajapati’s solo show titled “Landscapes,People and Coherence”. The paintings in this series are a number of industrial landscapes as imagined by the artist.

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Pune

Myself,Ghalib

What happens if 18th century poet laureate Mirza Ghalib were to meet a young writer from the 21st century? This is the subject of the Marathi play,Mi… Ghalib, which will be performed by the Natak Company at Bal Gandharva Rang Mandir on June 4.

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What’s Growing

Your garden might be fighting a battle for survival with the summer sun,but the same’s not true for the green swathes in Tasneem’s exhibition,“Garden Impressions”. The exhibition,comprising 21 acrylics on canvas with pictures of gardens,is being held at Bliss Art Gallery till June 12.

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Chandigarh

Three Cheers

The Women Directors Theatre Festival celebrates three prominent women who rule the stage in India.The festival will feature plays by Tripurari Sharma (Roop Aroop),Bharti Sharma (Life of an Author) and Maya Krishna Rao (Quality Street). Catch the shows from May 30 -June 1at Tagore Theatre.

Stun the Sun

Finally,an arts festival that promises to help us beat the heat. The Manali Summer Sundowners Music and Arts Festival has a line-up that includes classical and Sufi music,jazz,blues,rock and pop,among others. Art and photo exhibitions as well as documentary screenings are also a part of the fiesta. The festival is scheduled every Friday and Saturday of June at the Ram Bagh Amphitheatre,Manali.

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