Theatre
01 Nov
7:30 pm

Theatre

Oops!

(Hindi/75mins)


Dirs. Karanjot Singh & Srishti Gupta. Prod. Kaivalya Plays. Adapted from Dario Fos The Accidental Death Of An Anarchist When a Judge takes policemen for a roller coaster ride, you know something is amiss. A political farce, Oops! is a laugh riot which shakes up the four pillars of democracy. A judge walks in to unearth the truth of an activists mysterious fall off the police station window, during interrogation. But wait Is he really a judge? After all, when the protector becomes the perpetrator, help can seldom be expected within the realms of sanity.

Tickets at Rs.300, Rs.200 & Rs.100 available at the venue.
Suitable for 16 years & above.



02 Nov
7:30 pm

Theatre

Gharwali Urf Kajra Mohobbat Wala

(90mins/Hindi)

Dramatized & Dir. Rajesh Tiwari.
Writ. Ismat Chugtai.
This play is one of Ismats magnificently embroidered story which revolves around Lajo. Kajra Mohobbat Wala is the comedy play. Lajo is the character in KajraMohobbatWala (wastage) who is a free spirit and who gives and takes affection at WILL. Lajo lands in the house of Mirza as a mistress. Mirza eventually ends up marrying her but she is unable to honor the code of a married life where after Mirza divorces her and she leaves the house. This sudden and abrupt development erupts the feminist instincts in Lajo. Later, Lajo lands in Mirzas house and starts as she earlier used to. This time Mirza accepts her as a servant rather than a wife.

Tickets at Rs. 350 & 250 available at the venue.
Suitable for 15 years & above.



07 Nov
7:30 pm

Puppet Show

The Queerest Puppet Therapy

The Electric Apsara enlightens the puppeteer, Languid Lace and her experiment, Tillotamas confession. Puppeteer. Varun Narain Collab. Delhi International Arts Festival

08 Nov
6:30 pm

Short Plays

Dastak- 5 short street plays

A clarion call by Young minds is an inter school performing arts fest where ten prestigious schools of Gurgaon participated in series of workshops held in their premises over a period of three months from July- October. Followed with children scripting and editing and directing their own street plays which they would be performing at Epicentre on 7th November, followed by best five street plays getting to replay their performances to the general public on this day.
Free Entry

14 Nov
7:00 pm

Story Telling

Zynpagua Aur Alibaba

(Musical-Hindi-Eng/75mins) Prod. Story Ghar Story teller. Jaishree Sethi.

It’s time to unveil the secrets of a cursed land and see a little princess fight for justice. Come and unwind in the world of fantasy. Story Ghar brings to you The Secrets of Zynpagu and Alibaba Chalis Chor. Get ready for a musical and theatrical Storytelling. An evening comprises of Integration of music, various storytelling techniques such as narration, role play and stories through masks and gestures & Interactive sessions with songs, games, movements, group/individual activities.
Tickets at Rs. 200 available at the venue.
Suitable for 5 years & above.



15 Nov
7:00 pm

Gurgaon’s Funniest day of the Month

Just Joking

(60 mins)

Comedian. Nishant Joke Singh. Nishant Tanwar also popularly known by his stage name 'Joke singh' is the founder of JOKE JOKER JOKEST and is one of India's brightest comedians. He has conceptualized and performed many comedy specials like 'Comedy in Diversity', 'Two and a Laugh Men', 'Third World Comedy' and is the founding member of Improv Premier League - Delhi's foremost improv comedy troupe. Nishant has performed at over 350 shows at premier venues in India and internationally. He performs regularly for corporate clients across India. He has performed for some of the biggest names in corporate India, including Vodafone, Nokia, LinkedIn, Ernst & Young amongst a host of others. He has performed to packed auditoriums in Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Gurgaon and Kolkata.
Tickets at Rs. 500 for each show available at the venue.
Suitable for 18 years & above.



15 Nov
8:30 pm

Gurgaon’s Funniest day of the Month

Me, My Dad & his Girlfriends

(60 mins)

Comedian. Zakir Khan. He is the winner of Comedy Central's hunt for Best Stand Up Comic of india and foster's lol evenings. A cartoon by heart, comedian by nature, a writer by profession and performer by birth. His name is Khan (from the epiglottis) but he is certainly not a terrorist. This 'Confused Desi' serves up his take on modern India with a hard to resist rustic humor that'll have you nodding your heads and clapping as you relate to everything he says.
Tickets at Rs. 500 for each show available at the venue.
Suitable for 18 years & above.



16 Nov
7:30 pm

Andher Nagri Chaupt Raaja

Dir. Ashraf Ali Actors. Children of Literacy India. Prod. Literacy India. Play is the original story and comedy galore with few scenes which will cover recent political scenario as well Literacy India.
Tickets at Rs. 300 & 200 available at the venue.
Suitable for all age groups.



26 Nov
7:30 pm

Bebe Ka Chamba

(90mins/Hindustani with Punjabi Folk songs)

Bebe Ka Chamba (90mins/Hindustani with Punjabi Folk songs) Cast. Madan Bala Sandhu, Nirupama Verma, Anuradha Vyas, Arti Sharda Nayr, Meenakshi Thapa, Amita Rana, Manisha Bhaskar, Shibani Bedi & Lotty Alaric Dir. Sohaila Kapur Prod. Katyayani. The play, based on Federico Garcia Lorca’s Spanish play, `The House of Bernarda Alba’, is a potent study of six women in mourning who are not allowed contact with the outside world. A taboo affair in this scenario threatens to tear apart the fragile fabric of the family. Set in 1948, in partitioned Punjab, the play explores the themes of insecurity, seclusion, sexual repression, and the impact of the absence of men, on nubile women. The play will feature Punjabi folk songs sung live by singing diva Madanbala Sindhu, who is also part of the cast.
Tickets at Rs. 350, 250 & 150 available at the venue.
Suitable for 15 years & above.



29 Nov
30 Nov
7:30 pm
7:30 pm

Theatre

Bulha

(Hindi/130 mins) Dir. Madeeha Gauhar


Bulha (Hindi/130 mins)
Dir.
Madeeha Gauhar
Wri. Shahid Nadeem
Prod. AJOKA Theatre – from Lahore, Pakistan
Collab. Aravali Centre For Art & Culture.
"Bulleh Shah" (1680-1758) lived in the times of the downfall of the Mughal Empire, characterized by internecine conflicts, rebellions, civil and religious strife and total ideological and political chaos, times essentially not much different for the present day South Asia. Bulleh Shah was a beacon of hope and humanism, His powerful voice called for tolerance and love, while there was bigotism and hatred all around. The play "Bulha" is a tribute to the great mystic. It is broadly based on the events of his life, as communicated through his poetry, historical records and popular myths. The play is also about the times of Bulleh Shah and has some lessons for the present-day Pakistan. It is a strong plea for love and peace, and an indictment against intolerance, violence and hatred.
For tickets at Rs. 1500, 1000 & 750, call 9811154906, 9811068633 & 9810897056.
Suitable for 12 years & above


20 Dec
4:30 pm
6:30 pm
8:30 pm

Theatre

The Vagina Monologues

(Eng/90mins)


The Vagina Monologues (Eng/90mins)
Prod. & Dir. Mahabanoo Mody- Kotwal & Kaizaad Kotwal
Writ. Eve Ensler
Collab. Poor-Box Productions
Cast. Rasika Duggal, Dilnaz Irani, Swati Das & Spatica Ramanujam.
The play is an unusual blend of outrageous comedy and heart-breaking drama. It tells the stories of women like you. From the Maharashtrian woman who met a man who ‘loved to look at her” to a Parsi woman who hasn’t been “down there since 1994” this play promises to enlighten and entertain you like no other. It has been truly said of eve Ensler’s masterpiece, that after watching it , no man or woman will ever be the same again!
Tickets at Rs. 700/- & 600/- available at the venue.
Suitable for 18 years & above





21 Dec
4:30 pm
8:30 pm

Theatre

The Vagina Monologues

(Eng/90mins)


The Vagina Monologues (Eng/90mins)
Prod. & Dir. Mahabanoo Mody- Kotwal & Kaizaad Kotwal
Writ. Eve Ensler
Collab. Poor-Box Productions
Cast. Rasika Duggal, Dilnaz Irani, Swati Das & Spatica Ramanujam.
The play is an unusual blend of outrageous comedy and heart-breaking drama. It tells the stories of women like you. From the Maharashtrian woman who met a man who ‘loved to look at her” to a Parsi woman who hasn’t been “down there since 1994” this play promises to enlighten and entertain you like no other. It has been truly said of eve Ensler’s masterpiece, that after watching it , no man or woman will ever be the same again!
Tickets at Rs. 700/- & 600/- available at the venue.
Suitable for 18 years & above





21 Dec
6:30 pm

Theatre

Kissa Yoni Ka- The Vagina Monologues in Hindi

(Hindi/90mins) Prod. & Dir. Mahabanoo Mody- Kotwal & Kaizaad Kotwal

Writ. Eve Ensler Translated by. Ritu Bhatia & Jaydeep Sarkar
Collab. Poor-Box Productions
Cast. Rasika Duggal, Dilnaz Irani, Swati Das & Priyanka Setia.
It is the Hindi version of The Vagina Monologues, which will elate, educate and entertain you in unimaginable ways. This translation reaches poetic, comedic & dramatic heights rarely seen on the Indian stage.
Tickets at Rs. 700/- & 600/- available at the venue.
Suitable for 18 years & above



  • Oops! - 01 November
    (Hindi/75mins)
  • Gharwali Urf Kajra Mohobbat Wala - 02 November
    (90mins/Hindi)
  • The Queerest Puppet Therapy - 07 November
  • Dastak- 5 short street plays - 08 November
  • Zynpagua Aur Alibaba - 14 November
    (Musical-Hindi-Eng/75mins)
  • Just Joking - 15 November
    (60 mins)
  • Me, My Dad & his Girlfriends - 15 November
    (60 mins)
  • Andher Nagri Chaupt Raaja - 16 November
  • Bebe Ka Chamba - 26 November
  • Bulha - 29 & 30 November
    (Hindi/130 mins)
  • The Vagina Monologues - 20 & 21 December
    (90mins)