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THEATRE: Murder in the First

THEATRE: Murder in the First Time TBC | 14th & 15th of November | Alliance Française auditorium Murder in the First Genre: Theatre – Courtroom drama Synopsis: Inspired by an actual event, Murder in the First is a gripping courtroom drama that exposes an undercurrent of injustice and hypocrisy throughout the federal justice system. The play follows Willie Moore, a prisoner of ... Read More »

YOUNG TALENT PROGRAM: (in)verto by Siddharth Sadashiv

YOUNG TALENT PROGRAM: (in)verto by Siddharth Sadashiv All day | 13th of November – 15th of December | Alliance Française Atrium In the fifth exhibition of the 2015 series, Alliance Francaise will exhibit artworks of Siddharth Sadashiv, a Graphic Designer and Print Maker from Bengaluru, India. Siddharth graduated from DJ Academy of Design, Coimbatore & is currently working with a leading newspaper as a Senior ... Read More »

DANCE: Buddha

DANCE: Buddha 7.00 pm | 12th of November | Ranga Shankara Alliance française de Bangalore, in collaboration with Attakkalari, is happy to present “Buddha”, an Indo-French collaborative creation in contemporary dance, a crossover attempt of Indian & European movement art with subtle influences from the mystical approach from Chi-gung, the chinese martial art. Free passes available on request. Please write to culture.bangalore@afindia.org “BUDDHA THE WHY WITHIN” ... Read More »

THEATRE: Family ke side effects

THEATRE: Family ke side effects 4:00 & 7:30 pm | 8th of November | Alliance Française auditorium Once upon a time, a Hindu Marathi boy called Rohan married a Mallu Christain girl called Miya. God blessed them with a baby girl and were living happily. Everything was going on perfectly fine till their families walked into their life.What happened next was absolute ... Read More »

URBAN ART: Marko 93 India Tour

URBAN ART: Marko 93 India Tour All day | 7th to 11th of November | Bangalore City Marko 93, French graffiti artist and light painter will be touring India throughout the month of November. During the week of 7-11 November, Marko 93 will collaborate with numerous local artists across the city to create unique works of art. He will be creating light painting videos ... Read More »

RECITAL: Touch ft. Anil Srinivasan

RECITAL: Touch ft. Anil Srinivasan 7.00 pm | 1st of November | Alliance française Auditorium In collaboration with Bangalore School of Music TOUCH is a celebration of the piano in India, and the first project of its kind to capture its applicability across the classical, film, contemporary and Indian jazz contexts. It uses themes that are purely Indian in character – classical raga motifs, ... Read More »

PLAY READING: The Children’s Hour

PLAY READING: The Children’s Hour 5:00 pm | 1st of November | Alliance Française classroom 7 The Children’s Hour is a 1934 stage play written by Lillian Hellman. It is a drama set in an all-girls boarding school run by two women, Karen Wright and Martha Dobie. An angry student, Mary Tilford, runs away from the school and to avoid being sent back she tells her grandmother that ... Read More »

CONCERT: IMMERSE – Titled and Untitled compositions through the ages

CONCERT: IMMERSE –  Titled and Untitled compositions through the ages 7.00 pm | 31st of October |Alliance française auditorium Continuing our tradition of presenting eminent and notable artists in various fields of art, music and dance, through special concerts, Aamod Centre of Liberal Arts is organizing a piano recital ‘ Immerse’ with the renowned Japanese concert pianist Mr. Takafumi Mori from France ... Read More »

EURAXESS : 3rd Global Science Slam

EURAXESS : 3rd Global Science Slam 6.00 pm | 30th of October | Alliance Française auditorium The EURAXESS Science Slam India 2015 is here (watch the official trailer on YouTube). Don’t miss your chance to visit a research institute of your choice and more in Europe with us! The third global EURAXESS Science Slam is organised in ASEAN, Brazil, China, India, Japan and North America by EURAXESS Links. In India, ... Read More »