Theatre
07 May
7:30 pm

Stand Up Comedy

Jeeveshu- Unabashed/Uninhibited/Unapologetic

(Hinglish/60mins)

 

Comedian. Jeeveshu Ahluwalia.
"Salman Khan of the Fat World" – that’s what Jeeveshu is known as in the comedy circuit. After being diagnosed with Monday allergies, he quit his teenage (16 year old) job and walked away to do Stand-Up. Three years later, he’s happier bringing roaring laughter to thousands than lecturing a corporate smartass.

Tickets at Rs.500 available at the venue.
Suitable for 18 years & above.




08 May
5:00 pm

Theatre

Sayyian Bhaye Kotwal

(Hindi/70mins)

 

Dir. Rajneesh Bhanot
Writ. Vasant Sabnis
Hindi Trans. Usha Banerjee
Prod. AvR School of Drama, Gurgaon.
The story is that of a king and his scheming prime minister. Following the death of the administrative head - the kotwal, the Prime Minister promptly fills the coveted post with his inept and undeserving brother-in-law. As per the hierarchy, the present Havaldar ought to have been promoted to that post. The wronged Havaldar along with his sweetheart Mainavati plans to frame the new Kotwal. Mainavati, who is a dancer, works her charms on the Kotwal and then beseeches him to fulfill her numerous wishes. She orders him to bring her the king's ring, chain and finally the king's four-poster bed (chhapri palang) - which he does. The play's slapstick comedy brings out the political undercurrents of nepotism.

Tickets at Rs. 300 available at the venue.
Suitable for 5 years & above.




08 May
7:30 pm

Stand Up Comedy

The Ghanta Awards 2016 - Nomination Special

(Eng & Hindi/110mins)

 

Comedians. Neeti Palta, Radhika Vaz, Sanjay Rajoura, Manan Desai
Prod. Invision Entertainment pvt ltd.
The Ghanta Awards (sometimes abbreviated as The Ghanta) is an award presented in recognition of the worst in film in Bollywood. The term Ghanta, which literally means bell, is used in its more irreverent forms. The awards themselves are a large golden bell that is typically used for idol worship.The ceremony, typically held around the same time as other popular Bollywood film awards, is hosted by stand-up comedians of repute (Neeti palta, radhika vaz , sanjay rajoura, manan desai) and is interspersed with sketches mocking the worst film of the year nominees.

Tickets at Rs. 500/- available at the venue.
Suitable for 18 years & above.




15 May
5:00 pm

Theatre

Lal Qile Ka Aakhri Mushaera starring TOM ALTER

(Hindi-Urdu/85mins)

 

) Script & Direction. Dr M Sayeed Alam. A beautiful re-creation of the last Mushaera at the Lal Qila before 1857 happened. It literally brings together the all time greats of Urdu poetry. – Zauq, Ghalib, Momin, Daagh, and Bahadur Shah Zafar, played by none other than India’s one and only Urdu speaking Gora.

Tickets at Rs. 1000, 750 & 500 available at the venue.
Suitable for 12 years & above




15 May
7:30 pm

Theatre

Ghalib Ke Khat starring TOM ALTER

(Hindi-Urdu/85mins)

 

Script & Direction. Dr M Sayeed Alam.
The first ever dramatic presentation on Mirza Ghalib’s celebrated letters. Also, the first ever portrayal of Ghalib’s near and dear ones – his wife, his maid, his disciples; presented by Tom Alter and 10 other artists of repute from Delhi and Mumbai.

Tickets at Rs. 1000, 750 & 500 available at the venue.
Suitable for 12 years & above.




21 May
22 May
22 May
4:00 pm
4:00 pm
7:00 pm

Theatre

Bhishmotsav

(Hindi/145mins with 10mins)

 

Writ. Bhisham Sahni
Dir. Seema Bhargava Pahwa
Cast. Naseeruddin Shah, Ratna Pathak Shah, Seema Bhargava Pahwa, Yashpal Sharma, Heeba Shah, Mayank Pahwa & Manukriti Pahwa.
Bhisham Sahni is one of the greatest writers of our country. He penned satirical short stories and some great novels such as Tamas, Madhvi, Basanti, Kadiaand and many more. He has also played a vital role in spreading political awareness through his work in IPTA. This Bhishma Sahni tribute will stage few of his short stories such as ‘Oob’,’ Sir Ka Sadka’, ‘Dholak’, Yaddein’, ‘Samadhi Bhai Ramsingh’.

Tickets at Rs. 850, 1050 & 1550 available at the venue.
Suitable for 15 years & above.




25 May
26 May
7:30 pm
7:30 pm

Theatre

Hard Times

(Hindi Musical/90mins)

 

Dir. V.K. Sharma
Prod. Khilona.
An unique, entertaining musical adaptation in Hindi of HARD TIMES, a novel by Charles Dickens. Written by a master story teller about 160 years ago, the novel is still popular and relevant, as it highlights the Importance of Imagination, Emotion and Compassion for the Education of Children. Everyone is sure to enjoy it's gripping story and very interesting, true to life characters, everyone can relate to. It's a play which can be seen by the whole family together. With full entertainment, the teachers, parents and teenagers will feel inspired to find new ways and means of enhancing Imagination and Compassion and to supplement Education of Children in School with Upbringing at home. It is sure to lead towards strengthening of family ties for a happy home !

Tickets at Rs. 350 & 250 available at the venue.
Suitable for all age groups.




04 Jun
05 Jun
7:30 pm
7:30 pm

Theatre

On the Brink

(Eng/90 mins)

 

Dir. Feisal Alkazi Prod. Ruchika
Cast. Radhika Alkazi,Juggi Bhasin,Ashish Dhamija, Gayatri Khanna and Sheeb.
A wealthy businessman returns to his wife and children after 17 years.With him is his young girlfriend.. Passionate, powerful, poignant.

Tickets at Rs. 350 available at the venue.
Suitable for all age groups.




  • Jeeveshu- Unabashed/Uninhibited/Unapologetic - 07th May
  • Sayyian Bhaye Kotwal - 08th May
  • Sayyian Bhaye Kotwal - 08th May
  • Ghanta Awards - 08th May
  • Lal Qile Ka Aakhri Mushaera starring TOM ALTER - 15th May
  • Ghalib Ke Khat starring TOM ALTER - 15th May
  • Bhishmotsav - 21st & 22nd May
  • Hard Times - 25th & 26th May
  • On the Brink - 4th & 5th Jun