The weekend is upon us and for people who don’t mind facing the rising temperatures and like getting out to check out what’s happening in their city, there’s plenty for them to hit on.
Lamb of God
Over 15 years in the American metal under-ground, the band Lamb of God has steadily muscled its way into becoming one of the iconic entities. The American heavy metal band will headline Summer Storm, a festival that will also feature Indian acts like Scribe, Boomarang, Bhoomi and Extinct Reflections.
Catch the show in Bangalore on Saturday from 2:30 pm onwards at the Palace Grounds, Gayatri Vihar, Bellary Road. Tickets are priced at Rs 1300 and are available at the venue as well as online on www.kyazoonga.com
Neil LaBute's play follows a casanova on a multi-city rendezvous with old lovers. The nameless protagonist, a Kanpur bred Londoner, is out to repay his karmic debts before he gets hitched. There he meets Arunima, with whom he has an extra marital affair. Ritu from Kanpur, a mother of two. hasn't recovered from being dumped, while sexpot Natasha tantalizes him with memories of his past.
Catch this at the St. Andrew's auditorium in Bandra on Sunday from 7 pm onwards. Tickets are priced between Rs 200 and 500, and are available at the venue as well as on www.bookmyshow.com
Ambedkar aur Gandhi
Playwright Rajesh Kumar's script seems to hit a raw nerve everytime it's staged. Director Arvind Gaur's interpretation shows rarely seen sides of Gandhi and Ambedkar.
Catch this in Delhi at the Shri Ram Centre for Performing Arts, 4, Safdar Hashmi Marg. Tickets are available at the venue and are priced at Rs 50, 100 and 200.
Maadhu is a sales executive at a chocolate manufacturing company. His hard work doesn't reap the reward he must get. To add to this, he has several problems at home; his father is an aspiring flautist, his sister is to be married and his grandmother who involves herself in petty theft. He is a devotee of Lord Krishna, and waits for devine intervention.
Catch this in Bangalore on Sunday at the Ambedkar Bhavan, Millers Road, Vasanth Nagar. Tickets are priced at Rs 150, 250, 500 and 750.