Campaign India Team
Mar 01, 2010

Weekend happenings: Jazz music, photography and some Sunburn

After the long weekend that went by, courtesy Holi, it's back to drawing up a to-do list for this weekend. Worry not, there's much happening, especially for music and theatre enthusiasts. Catch The Sunburn Post Party with DJ Sultan (Canada), DJ Pearl and DJ Nikhil, something lovers of house, tech house and progressive music can look forward to. It's happening at Blue Frog in Mumbai on Saturday, 6 March 10.30 pm onwards.

Weekend happenings: Jazz music, photography and some Sunburn
After the long weekend that went by, courtesy Holi, it's back to drawing up a to-do list for this weekend. Worry not, there's much happening, especially for music and theatre enthusiasts.

Catch The Sunburn Post Party with DJ Sultan (Canada), DJ Pearl and DJ Nikhil, something lovers of house, tech house and progressive music can look forward to. It's happening at Blue Frog in Mumbai on Saturday, 6 March 10.30 pm onwards.

Lovers of Jazz music can head to the NCPA in Mumbai this Sunday, to catch 'Enrico Rava New Quintet' featuring Gianluca Petrella, an event hosted as a part of the 8th edition of the Festa Italiana. For passes, please contact the Consulate General of Italy or visit www.consmumbai.esteri.it and the Indo-Italian Chamber of Commerce & Industry or visit www.indiaitaly.com.

Theatre enthusiasts, too, have much to look forward to. People in Bangalore should head to Ranga Shankara today or tomorrow, to catch Bidesia, a Bhojpuri play abbout a woman determined to get back her wayward husband, who goes to Kolkata to find work and takes off with another woman. It's at 7.30 pm on both days and tickets will set you back by Rs. 200.

Mumbai theatre lovers, too, can catch a play. Catch 'Aaall Izz Well With Shuturmurgh' (Hindi), this Sunday at Prithvi Theatre. The play aims to give the audience an opportunity to look for answers to questions about the existence of the common man, and at the same time make them laugh at their own tragedies.
For tickets, please contact 26149546 / 39895050.

Folks who want to do something different this weekend could take a dekko at the 'Cartoons on Climate Change', in Bangalore. The exhibition is hosted by The Indian Institute of Cartoonists and the British Council. Interested persons can participate in a cartoon workshop being held today. The exhibition is on starting today, upto 13 March, at The Indian Institute of Cartoonists on MG Road. For registration, call VG Narendra at 099800 91428 or email info@cartoonistsindia.com.

Folks in Delhi need not fret. Do catch 'Another Me', a photography exhibition by Achinto Bhadra, a documentary photographer. The exhibition will contain a series of 126 photographs of women who have survived rape, sex trafficking and abandonment. It's being held at Allaince Francaise de Delhi and is on till 13 March, between 11 am and 8 pm. Contact 43500200 for details.
 

Pictured: Enrico Rava

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Campaign India