Cultural Events

Men’s Department, a play by Being Theatre | 17th August, 7:30pm

Men’s Department 17th August, 7:30pm Duration: 1 hour 10 minutes Please purchase tickets on BookMyShow: https://in.bookmyshow.com/plays/mens-department/ET00051927 SYNOPSIS Men’s department is a play about friends and a motley of emotions, that ensues when they meet one evening. It is a humorous drama with segments of thought-provoking discussion unfolding when the friends meet. The story is pragmatic, something both the men and ... Read More »

PTM, a comic play by Being Theatre | 17th August, 5:30pm

17th August, 5:30pm Language: English (for most parts), with a few dialogues in Hindi and Kannada SYNOPSIS From the makers of ladies compartment and men’s department comes another play for all age group. We all have been a part of a parent teacher meet either as a child, a parent or few of us as teachers. This play captures a ... Read More »

Piano Duo Concert: The Music We Love | 26th July, 7pm

26th of July 2019, 7pm at Alliance française de Bangalore The pianist duo – Natallia K Kapylova and Liudmila Alizarchyk – are back with a new program. The artists will take you on a musical journey through Europe with stopover in Argentina. Playful jazz of French Milhaud, luscious romance of Argentinian Guastavino, Solitude of Austrian Schubert,  philosophical reflections of Russian ... Read More »

Bellydance Rhapsody: Anubis Nirvana Latin & Bellydance | 20th July, 6:45pm

BELLYDANCE RHAPSODY, is an attempt at bringing Latin and Bellydance in its purest form to Bangalore, grooving to the tunes from Turkey, Egypt, Lebanon and Spain. Anubis Nirvana Latin & Bellydance, have worked very hard to make the event bigger and better with dancers from all levels – beginners, intermediate, advance or professional. The show’s authenticity would surely leave you ... Read More »

Vintage Lounge: Bellydance performance by Shruti Narayanan | 19th July (2 shows – 5pm & 7:15pm)

Vintage Lounge Relive the bellydance nostalgia 19th July 5pm-6:15pm & 7:15pm-8:30pm In Shruti’s words, the showcase will span the 30s through the 80s – periods of great significance for the Egyptian film and entertainment industry, and will celebrate the technical sophistication, artistic expression and the unique styling of some of the silver screen legends that lasted for a short while ... Read More »