The IAA Mentorship Programme was hosted in Mumbai on 19 September, featuring cirque director Stefan Haves and adlander and film maker R Balki. The theme for the session moderated by author Anish Trivedi was ‘Engaging with the audience - lesson from the entertainment industry’. Here are the images.
For everyone who doesn't find the FIFA World Cup exciting enough and wants to get out, here is a list of places one could head to.ComedyThe Comedy Store was launched in London in 1979 by Peter Rosengard and on the occasion of its 31st anniversary, the first international store was launched in Mumbai. Catch Roger Monkhouse, a tall, bald, deadpam comedian show-off his comic skills at the Comedy Story at the Palladium in Phoenix Mills at 7:30 and 10:30 pm on Saturday. Tickets are available for Rs. 700 at the venue or on www.bookmyshow.com
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.
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.
It's the best time to be in Bangalore as the cultural hub turns out to be the most happening of all cities this weekend. There's The Bangalore Queer Film Festival, which promises to be a one of its kind gathering of enthusiasts who're curious about lesbian, gay, transgender cinema. Also, Delhi-ites can enjoy an evenin rich in Sufi music as the masters gather under one roof.
Our top pick for this weekend is the New Delhi World Book Fair at Pragati Maidan which kicks off tomorrow at 11am. A special highlight is the 'Books on Sports' in India, which will be the main category on display. Besides that Delhi-ites have a spectacular dance performance to look forward to today evening as the much acclaimed Sutra Dance Theatre (pictured above) performs tries to get the city 'spellbound'. Lots to look forward to in music and theatre as well. Enjoy the weekend, there's so much to do.
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