We are very encouraged by all the fabulous responses we have been receiving from audiences, performers and well-wishers. It has been truly magical to see our theatre evolve into a fresh space with a new energy and new articulation every evening. Thank you all for making this happen for us.
‘Remembering Veenapani’ will continue to platform commendable performances for the next two weekends of February. This month-long weekend festival is held in the memory of our dear guru, Veenapani Chawla. Veenapani invested 25 years of time and effort to create an ideal space that welcomes artists from across cultures to realise their creative aspirations. As artists who have had a direct impact of her work, we wish to celebrate this with you.
In the coming weekend we have two theatre performances and two movement performances.
C Sharp C Blunt
An Indo-German collaboration, directed by Sophia Stepf and performed by Pallavi M.D.
On Friday, 17th February at 7pm
A comedy written by Manav Kaul and directed by Nimi Ravindran
On Saturday, 18th February at 7pm
Choreographed by Mandeep Raiky
A piece in response to Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code that criminalises homosexuality in India. (Entry for Above 18yrs only)
3 shows on Sunday, 19th February at 7pm, 7:30pm & 8pm
A Million Sitas
Choreographed and performed by Anita Ratnam
On Monday, 20th February at 7pm
Do keep your weekend free and also the weekend after. We would love to have you here and we assure you a good time indeed.