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Dramatised Readings

Dramatised Readings

Dramatised Readings – A dream theatre initiative by Yatrik Theatre Group & Old World Culture continues… Reading of the selected script from Session I with improvisations and adaptations. At Session II- The Caretaker by Harold Pinter- remastered!

Venue: Habitat World, India Habitat Centre (IHC),

Lodhi Road, Delhi (NCR)

Date: May 25 2011

Time: 07:00 PM

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Book Reading – The Hungry Stones – Dramatised Reading

Book Reading – The Hungry Stones – Dramatised Reading

Rabindranath Tagore’s The Hungry Stones – Dramatised Reading with a multi-media presentation Conceived & Directed by Sohaila Kapur with Sunit Tandon & Sanjeev Desai (readers); Sanah Kaintura (dance); and Shampa Das (vocal) One of Tagore’s most celebrated short stories, The Hungry Stones, written in 1895 is a ghost story.

Venue: India International Centre,

40 Max Muller Marg, Lodhi Estate, Delhi (NCR)

Date: May 24 2011

Time: 06:30 PM

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Book Reading – Pilgrimages to the Mysterious Words – Poetry

Book Reading – Pilgrimages to the Mysterious Words – Poetry

Pilgrimages to the Mysterious Words – Poetry readings in Hindi and English by Dr Kusum Ansal Chair: Prof Indranath Choudhury (Collaboration: The Poetry Society, India).

Venue: India International Centre,
40 Max Muller Marg, Lodhi Estate, Delhi (NCR)

Date: May 16 2011

Time: 06:30pm

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Book Launch – Until My Freedom Is Come: The New Intifada In Kashmir

Book Launch – Until My Freedom Is Come: The New Intifada In Kashmir – Sanjay Kak.

Collab: Penguin Books India.

Venue: Habitat World, India Habitat Centre (IHC)
Lodhi Road, Delhi (NCR)

Date: May 25 2011, Wednesday  I  Time: 7:00pm

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Book Launch – Black Brown & The Blue -Shuvaprasanna

Black Brown & The Blue -Shuvaprasanna. The 256 page illustrated book in limited edition and hard cover, edited by curator-writer Sushma Bahl, explores the conceptual depths of Shuvaprasanna’s aesthetics. Besides well researched essays and interviews by scholars including distinguished art historian Prof B N Goswamy, art critic and historian Dr Seema Bawa, curator -consultant Ina Puri, German scholar and art collector Ralph Oestrich, eminent art critic Manasi Majumder and the editor; the publication also includes a substantial number of full page reproductions of the artist’s work as well as some rare photographs and other memorabilia. Who is Shuvaprasanna? What are his aesthetics? Where does he draw his inspiration from? The publication vividly tells the story of the man and his artistic track, how he has managed to get to where he is today, to make it a collectors’ delight and a useful reference source on contemporary Indian art.

Date: Apr 08 2011

Time: 07:00 PM

Venue: TAO Art Gallery

THE VIEW, 165, A.B. ROAD, Worli, Mumbai

www.taoartgallery. com I   91 22 24918585/8686

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Book Reading from Books Shortlisted for The Hindu Best Fiction Award 2010

Book Reading from Books Shortlisted for The Hindu Best Fiction Award 2010

Via The Hindu

Left - Manu Joseph and Palash Krishna Mehrotra

As a prelude to The Hindu Best Fiction Award 2010 (to be held in Chennai on November 1), The Hindu Literary Review and Landmark have organised readings from the shortlisted books across the country.

Hyderabad
Landmark Store, Banjara Hills, October 29, 6. 30 p.m.. Little Theatre will read from Manu Joseph’s Serious Men by, Anjum Hasan Neti Neti, Tishani Doshi’s The Pleasure Seekers and Palash Krishna Mehrotra’s Eunuch Park.

Chennai
Landmark Store, Apex Plaza, Nungambakkam, October 27, 6.30 p.m.. Theatre Y will read from Manu Joseph’s Serious Men. Introduction by Asha Mathen, VP, Deutsche Bank.

Bangalore
Landmark, Garuda Swagat Mall, Jayanagar, October 26, 6.30 p.m. Poet Anindita Das will read from Palash Krishna Mehrotra’s Eunuch Park: Fifteen Stories of Love and Destruction. Introduction by Deepika Arwind, theatre personality.

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