Small Talk

Spreading the message of peace,Fireweavers brings some more fun for theatre lovers in the city,through their programme,3D- playfully loaded.

Written by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published: February 19, 2010 3:24:51 am

Fully loaded

Spreading the message of peace,Fireweavers brings some more fun for theatre lovers in the city,through their programme,3D- playfully loaded. The event comprises three plays based on twists and turns and ups and downs of a love relationship. Beginning on February 27,the play – Love me. Arrange me (written by Yogesh Baldotra),Who Am I? (by Rakhee Choudhary) and Love Never Dies (written by Max babi) will be staged at Nehru memorial Hall from 6 pm to 9 pm. The first play will deal with experiences of two friends,who set out to find their life partners through two different means – love marriage and arrange marriage. The second story,Who am I? Will be provoking play presented through a unique blend of contemporary dance & dramatics and the third story Love Never Dies is about a romantic date of two 80-year-old lovers in a cosy apartment.

Spinning around

With his enthralling music,it is always a pleasure to listen to his unique style and bringing it to the city Dean J Grenier A K A DJ G with a world appeal to him will have the music aficionados groove to his beats. Into this entertainment nightlife business for over a decade,has performed all around the world and is also proficient in music production doing projects throughout India and globally. His enthusiasm for the deeper side of dub-step and his affection for dance floor selections make each set a spontaneous combination of the highs and lows that the sound has to offer. DJ G will be performing at The Loop,tonight 10 pm onwards.

Talking nature

Vasundhara film festival has been attracting a lot of attention with its films on nature and speakers creating awareness on its preservation. Eminent speaker Dr Madhav Gadgil,head of Biodiversity at Western Ghat-shared his views on the depleting green cover. Increasing human activity is robbing the Earth of its biodiversity. “These losses are irreversible,impoverish us all and damage the life support systems we rely on every day. India should take a step to mend the mistakes,” added Gadgil while speaking at Yashavantrao Chavan Auditoriun. Referring to one of his notes,he says that India is one among the 12-mega biodiversity countries of the world and 80 per cent of the insects are endemic in India. However,insects and plants are becoming extinct because of habitat loss,over-hunting,pollution,overpopulation and the threat of global climate change.

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