Theatre
30 Jun
7:30 pm

Stand Up Comedy

Times LOL Tuesdays - Tandon Talkies

(Hinglish/75mins)

Comedian. Amit Tandon
Prod. Grandmasters of Comedy.
Filmy Tandoncies is a comedy show dedicated to Movies. In this show, Amit takes you through the trends of Bollywood, and shares his story on how it impacted him. From the silent movies to talkies to Technicolor, every step that cinema took, it also transformed the world of a Bollywood fan. How is the National IQ related to the Filmfare awards? Who hates his job in Bollywood? Why do we need songs more than story in a movie? Thisshow tries to answer some of these questions. If you are a Bollywood fan, this show is for you. Sponsored by: The Times of India

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




04 Jul
7:30 pm

Theatre

Mousetrap

(Hindi/120mins)

Dir. Gouri Nilakantan
Prod. Neerak Kumar Mehta.
A Mysterious Murder takes place on a cold winter' night in Dehradun. Is it a the work of an serial killer who is ready to greet his new victim? Watch the play JAAL, an adaptation of the famous Agatha Christie play the " The Mousetrap".

Tickets at Rs. 350, 250 & 150 available at the venue.
Suitable for all age groups.




07 Jul
7:30 pm

Stand Up Comedy

Times LOL Tuesdays - Forced to be single

(Hindi/60mins)

Comedian. Zakir Khan.
Wanted by many taken by non. In ‘Forced to be Single’ Zakir Khan takes you through the absurdities of modern- day dating amongst modern desires. Starting from naïve adolescent escapades to roller coaster marriages, his metaphors from daily life and the eternal ‘Men are from mars & Women are from venus’ crusade will undoubtedly crack you up and At the end you get to choose from a plethora of reasons to explain why Zakir despite his Greek god like looks and charm was truly forced to be single.
Sponsored by: The Times of India

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




11 Jul
6:00 pm
8:30 pm

Theatre

Four Play

(Eng/90mins)

 

Writ. & Dir. Vandana Sajnani Khattar
Cast. Rajesh Khattar, Gaurav Chopra, Vandana Sajnani, Natasha Singh, Nikhil Dewan, Cyndy Khojol, Farhaan Kha, Vishakha Dugar and Kashmera Shah.
The play is set in an elegant top floor flat in Mumbai of a posh society in Breach Candy. The flat belongs to Raj and Pooja Malhotra. Raj is a simple straight - laced publisher of children's books and he shares an office with his partner Bobby Chawla on the ground floor. Raj had reluctantly agreed to let Bobby borrow his appartment for the evening to entertain his 'Honey'. At the same time Pooja Malhotra had been persuaded by her friend Brinda Chawla to let her borrow the appartment so she can entertain her 'lover'. What nobody knows is that the Interior designer Jie who had been decorating the apartment for the past three months had decided that this was the night he and the housekeeping girl Chilli would try out the new fancy bed! With the entry of Miss Mehrunisa Anssri - a famous author's daughter and Hari Pal the policeman there is utter chaos, confusion and mistaken identities.
Sponsored by: The Times of India

Tickets at Rs. 2000, 1500, 1000 & 750 available at the venue.
Suitable for 18 years & above.




12 Jul
7:30 pm

Theatre

Baghdad ka Ghulam

(Hindi–Urdu/120mins)

Prod. Theatre Action Group (TAG).
The comedy Baghdad Ka Ghulam is a classic Hindi play based on A Servant Of Two Masters, a comic masterpiece by the Italian playwright Carlo Goldoni. The play was originally performed by Barry John’s Theatre Action Group in 1986, with a cast that included Shah Rukh Khan, Divya Seth, Manoj Bajpayee and Raghuvir Yadav. An Imago Theatre Group production was performed in 2008 in Mumbai, featuring Richa Chadha, among others. The current production is the first Delhi revival by the Imago Theatre Group and is based on the earlier versions. The players are graduates of the Diploma and Certificate Course at Barry John Acting Studio in Delhi.

Tickets at Rs. 300 & 200 available at the venue.
Suitable for all age groups.




14 Jul
7:30 pm

Stand Up Comedy

Times LOL Tuesdays - Me Tragedy, You Comedy

(Hinglish/60mins)

Comedian. Abijit Ganguly.
Abijit is a Bengali boy, born in Bangalore, raised in Delhi, amidst the deeply-influencing Punjabi culture, dating a Gujarati girl who lives in UP. Basically, he's Mr. India. And we don't mean capable of turning invisible. He is popularly referred to as the best looking Bengali man after Bappi Lahiri. Tired of his ever-deteriorating life, Abijit thought of getting up on stage and declaring that life doesn't have its share of ups and downs, but downs and further downs, after which you realize that the previous down was indeed an up. Over four years now and he's been killing it telling his tales of Marriageable Age, Alcoholism, Racism, Superheroes, Beggars, dating a Gujarati Girl, Weight Issues, Media, Driving an Indica, Politics and Contemporary Issues. On special request, he does a lot of sex comedy (which is kind of ironical).
Sponsored by: The Times of India

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




18 Jul
7:30 pm

Theatre

Main Bhi Bachchan

(Hindi/120mins)

Dir. Mohit Tripathi
Prod. Renaisstance Theatre Society.
It is a story of dreams and desires mixed with bollywood musical masala. Vijay Dinanath Chauhan is famous in his village for playing Laxman in local Ramleela but he dreams to be a superstar like Bachchan himself. with much struggle initially he manages to convince his parents and leaves to fulfill his dream to be the one.

Tickets at Rs. 500 & 300 available at the venue.
Suitable for 18 years & above.




19 Jul
7:30 pm

Theatre

Lal Ded

(Hindi/Eng/Kashmiri/60min)

Conceptualized & Enacted by Meeta Vasisht
Dir.Vishnu Mathur, Meeta Vasisht
A play on the extraordinary and iconic LAL DED, the great woman mystic and poet of Kashmir of the 14th century, whose presence continues to reverberate in the Kashmiris’ heart and mind, both Hindus and Muslims, from seven hundred years ago right up to the present day.

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




21 Jul
7:30 pm

Stand Up Comedy

Times LOL Tuesdays - Fight Comic

(Hinglish/90mins)

Comedians. Amit Tandon, Neeti Palta, Zakir Khan, Maheep Singh, Vikramjit Singh
Host. Abijit Ganguly.
Singapore's most popular comedy face off, with Indian Tadka! Comedians- Amit Tandon, Zakir Khan, Vikramjit Singh, Neeti Palta , Maheep Singh and Abijit Ganguly. So come and enjoy while these hilarious comedians make sure you laugh till you drop!
Sponsored by: The Times of India

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




25 Jul
7:30 pm

Theatre

Ek Aur Durghatna

(Hindi/110mins)

Dir. Mahesh Vashistha.
Prod. Rang Parivartan. Hindi adaptation by Amitabh Srivastav.
The events of the play itself, however, are fictional. The play opens with Inspector Vajpayee interrogating The Maniac on the third floor of the police station. The Maniac constantly outsmarts the dim-witted Vajpayee and, when inspector leaves the room, intercepts a phone call from Inspector Pahuja The phone call lets the Maniac know that a judge is due at the police station to investigate the interrogation and death of the anarchist. The Maniac decides to impersonate the judge, and successfully does so. He gets the police to re-enact the events, in the actual fourth floor room, and also involves a woman Journalist who is trying to probe the events. The play ends with two alternative endings, one with Fatimass (the Journalist) leaving the four policemen to be bombed and in the second, Fatima uncuffs the men who in turn handcuff her to the window frame leaving her to die. The Maniac then leaves the audience to decide which ending they prefer.

Tickets at Rs. 350, 250 & 150 available at the venue.
Suitable for 18 years & above.




26 Jul
7:30 pm

Theatre

The Foreigner

(Eng/70mins)

Dir. Vishesh Arora
Prod. CurtainCall Productions.
The Foreigner is a fun, two-act comedy by American playwright Larry Shue. The story takes place in a fishing lodge in rural Tilghman County, Georgia where two Englishmen, Froggy and Charlie, arrive as guests. The shy Charlie agreed to accompany Froggy on the trip after his sick wife begged him to go. When people at the lodge try to talk to Charlie, however, he remains silent: he is terribly shy, depressed about his wife's illness, and cannot find the words to reply. Froggy claims that Charlie cannot talk because he is a "foreigner" from an exotic country, and does not understand English. Taking the explanation that he's a non-English speaker as fact, the lodge's guests quickly begin revealing their secrets, and Charlie soon discovers scandals amongst some of the residents of the lodge.

Tickets at Rs. 350/- available at the venue.
Suitable for 16 years & above.




28 Jul
7:30 pm

Stand Up Comedy

Times LOL Tuesdays - Last Man Ranting

(Hinglish/60mins)

Comedian. Maheep Singh.
Last Man Ranting is a humorous look at the evolution of gender, social norms, organised religion and human species in general from the time of writing myths till the present day. The show talks about the hypocrisy inculcated into relationships in modern society, professional lives and almost all the aspects in present times and its roots or origins. A writer and humorist Maheep Singh touches on a variety of subjects in his first ever solo show. This show offers more than a common stand-up show wherein the audience can expect laughter in it's various degrees as well as food for thought. A rant by a male of the species that gives voice to what we think in our heads all the time. Funny, witty and to the point. Not a show for racists, bigots, hypocrites and misogynists. So we are expecting a full house. Did we mention sarcasm ? Well, there will be lot of it.
Sponsored by: The Times of India

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




31 Jul
7:30 pm

Theatre

Codename: SRK

(Eng-Hindi/100mins)

Dir. Aritra Sengupta
Prod. Mad About Drama.
The play is a rib tickling comedy revolving around the antics of three struggling young bengali filmmakers aspiring to become the next big thing in big, bad bollywood. They share a cramped apartment, wild ideas and a screenplay about two bengali poets planning to murder Rabindranath Tagore which they try to pitch to the who's who of the Mumbai entertainment industry resulting in hilarious results. After a series of outrageously funny encounters, they end up meeting the "legendary" Mogambo D'Costa, whose idea changes their lives forever.
Tickets at Rs. 400 & 300 available at the venue.
Suitable for all age groups.




  • Times LOL Tuesday at Epicentre
  • Mousetrap - 04 July
  • Four Play - 11 July
  • Baghdad Ka Ghulam - 12 July
  • Main Bhi Bachchan - 18 July
  • Lal Ded - 19 July
  • Ek Aur Durghatna - 25 July
  • The Foreigner - 26 July
  • Codename: SRK - 31 July