Cultural Events

DanSe DialogueS: This Immense Intimacy – vertical dance

at Phoenix Marketcity Site specific solo for urban space with screened images transformed live. The images screened on the wall constitute the space of evolution of the dancer. A dance of expansion gets organised, it will be conjugated during the show with variable amplitudes, from the most interiorised to the biggest ones. The technique will allow us to create vertiginous ... Read More »

Play: What’s Up With Bangalore women?

by Underdog Entertainment ‘What’s Up With Bangalore women?’ is a satirical play that will be based on the search of a guy to find his true love in this hybridizes and confused social setting.  The play is a funny take on female stereotypes that exist in the city of Bangalore and the ever-changing dynamics of relationships illustrated through caricature performances. ... Read More »

Kawai Junior Piano Competition

THEME and KAWAI pianos in collaboration with THE MAJOLLY MUSIC TRUST proudly present The 1st KAWAI JUNIOR PIANO COMPETITION 2014  on April 18th 2014 at the Alliance Francaise de Bangalore.The mission of the Kawai Junior Piano Competition is to encourage and to promote musical culture among children and youth by holding an annual piano competition which showcases the talents of gifted participants from ... Read More »

DanSe DialogueS: Black Pulp

On a music composed and recorded by the choreographer himself, Black Pulp, which was originally created for four dancers, has been reformated into a duet. Martin Harriague presents a dark and explosive modern Grand pas de deux. Martin harriague has collaborated with Derrick Brown, an american beat poet, that wrote the words spoken throughout the piece. ‘At some point in ... Read More »

Play: Where There’s A Will

by Twisted Arrows Twisted Arrows is a fledgling theatre group, with two productions under its belt, and en route to completing a successful third. What began as a bunch of college students venting their creativity has now morphed into an amalgamation of theatre enthusiasts from different walks of life. They will now present Mahesh Dattani’s ‘Where There’s A Will’ at the Alliance Française ... Read More »

Concert: Anvaya Series with Sursagar

An evening concert under the ‘Anvaya Series’ (musical links in lineage) in collaboration with Sursagar Vocal recital by  Vidushi Purvi Parikh ( Disciple of Ustad Faiyaz Ahmed and Niyaz Ahmed) Tabla: Shri  Bhushan Parchure Harmonium: Shri Ravindra Katoti Sitar recital by Pandit Arvind Parikh ( Seniormost disciple of Ustad Vilayat Khan Saheb ) Tabla :  Shri  Bhushan Parchure Read More »

AF Cinema – Mobile Home (2012)

1’35”, France and Belgium, François Pirot After having broken up with his girlfriend and left his job, Simon has come back to his small hometown in the countryside, where he meets up again with his old friend Julien. The two thirty-year-old, unemployed and idle men decide to reinvest in an old dream from their teenage years: hitting the road for ... Read More »

Selco Foundation’s “YES 20”

“YES 20” – Bangalore Chapter SELCO India celebrates 20 years of providing “sustainable energy for all”. Events include- the premiere of a series of short documentary films “THE LAST MILE, selco stories”  (by Mamta Murthy),  a photo exhibition on the journey of decentralized solar energy in Karanataka and a cultural Yakshagana program. “YES 20” is a part of multiple SELCO ... Read More »

Play: Guilty As (Not) Charged

by Mad Hats Theatre …a modern tale of could’ve, should’ve, would’ve.  A delayed payment on an electricity bill? A belated birthday wish? A lost job opportunity? An expired medical prescription? A missed last bus back home? Don’t you sometimes wish you could’ve turned back time? Or wonder what youwould’ve done if you had a crystal ball to gaze into your future? Does the ... Read More »

Book Launch – Transgressions by Vaiju Naravane

Vaiju Naravane’s latest book “Transgressions” will be launched in Bangalore by Mr. Chiranjiv Singh. Following the launch, Vaiju will be in conversation with Anita Nair, one of Bangalore’s favorite authors. Vaiju Narayan, aside from being the Europe correspondent for The Hindu, is also a lecturer, and broadcaster and is Foreign Fiction Editor with the French publishing house Albin Michel where she ... Read More »