Campaign India Team
May 28, 2010

Weekend happenings: Plenty for music lovers at Bluefrog

The weekend is upon us, so are the plays and music performances. If you're a music lover, there's a lot waiting for you at Bluefrog this weekend. For theatre lovers, there's a variety of plays in Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore for you. 

Weekend happenings: Plenty for music lovers at Bluefrog

The weekend is upon us, so are the plays and music performances. If you're a music lover, there's a lot waiting for you at Bluefrog this weekend. For theatre lovers, there's a variety of plays in Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore for you. 

 
Music
 
Paolo Mojo
 
Catch Dj Mojo, a Dj who started off in 1991; play house, funk, techno, breaks, electro, disco and acid music at Bluefrog in Mumbai tonight from 10:30 pm onwards. 
 
Entry before 9:00 pm is free, after which its Rs 500 till 11:30 pm, after which it will be Rs 1500.
 
The Agenda
 
The band from Chennai consisting of Matt Littlewood, Mishko M'Ba, Sunita Sarathy and Rahul Gopal will be playing lots of jazz, soul and R&B in Bangalore tonight from 8:30 pm onwards. 
 
Entry costs Rs 200 and tickets will be available at B-Flat, 776, 100-Foot Road, Indira Nagar, that happens to be the venue too.
 
Retro Night at Bluefrog
 
Dj Monty takes over from the Other People on Saturday at Bluefrog to bring an entire range of retro music. He starts playing at 10:30 pm. Entry after 9:00 pm is priced at Rs. 500. 
 
Theatre
 
All about Women
 
Hidaayat Sami's All about Women, a play which features only women in its cast, captures the bitchy side of them. A young woman struggles with her domineering flatmate, a mother tries to reconcile two sisters driven apart by their love for the same man, three businesswomen fight for a promotion, two schoolgirls pick on the third because of a mother who spends more time at work than with her and three old women at a senior citizen's home fight over the handsome new male resident. 
 
Catch this from 7:30 pm onwards on Saturday in Bangalore at Ranga Shankara, 36/2, 8th Cross, 2nd Phase, JP Nagar. Tickets are available at Rs.200.
 
Miss Beautiful
 
Makrand Deshpande explores death and reality television in this play. Mak, a playwright, is working on an autobiographical script. His ailing parents want Mak to get married at the same time. A guilt-stricket Mak decides to cast Miss Beautiful in his play, on the condition that she comes to his house to play the role of his wife in front of his parents. She has problems of her own, and Mak's attempts to make his parents' last few days beautiful become complex.
 
Catch this from 6:30 pm onwards on Sunday in Mumbai at the NCPA at NCPA Marg, next to Hilton Towers at Nariman point. Tickets are at Rs. 250 and are available at the venue.
 
Operation Three Star
 
An adaption of Dario Fo's Accidental Death of an Anarchist is an Asmita Theatre production. A man goes about unmasking the cover-up efforts of law enforcement agencies, forcing the law to re-enact the situation that led to the 'suicide' of a terrorist in custody. 
 
Catch this on Saturday and Sunday in Delhi from 7:30 pm onwards in Delhi at the Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road. Tickets are priced at Rs. 50 and are available at the venue.
 
Courtesy: TimeOut

 

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