Theatre
27 Feb
7:30 pm

Stand Up Comedy

Ghanta Awards- Nomination Special

(Eng/90mins)

Comedians. Sorabh Pant, Sapan Verma, Sahil Shah and Kunal Rao
Prod. INvision Entertainment.
The Ghanta Awards 2014 at Epicentre! Standup Comedy by East India Comedy. Six of India’s best comedians rip into the worst of Bollywood. And say goodbye to their non-existent film careers! The Ghantas are the one award nobody in Bollywood wants: an award show for the worst of Bollywood with standup, sketches and poorly sung songs featuring East India Comedy’s Sorabh Pant, Kunal Rao, Sahil Shah and Sapan Verma. Awarding The Worst Film, Worst Actor and much, much less!

Tickets at Rs. 600 & 400 available at the venue.
Suitable for 18 years & above.



28 Feb
7:30 pm

Stand Up Comedy

The Boys Are Back in Town

(Hinglish/75mins)

 

Comedians. Jeeveshu Ahluwalia, Apurv Gupta, Abijit Ganguly. Curated by Papa CJ.
Tickets at Rs. 800/- available at Insider.in.
Suitable for 18 years & above.


07 Mar
6:00 pm
8:00 pm

Theatre

Barefoot In The Park

(Eng/90mins)

 

Dir. Divya Arora.
Neil Simon’s classic romantic comedy Barefoot in the Park, is a pleasant experience for those looking for a humorous and relaxing night at the theatre. Barefoot in the Park looks in on the lives of a young, newlywed couple just returning from their honeymoon and learning how to live together as husband and wife. While at first infatuated, they soon learn that marriage is perhaps not all that it is cracked up to be. The couple struggles to find things in common due to their opposite personalities. The husband, Paul Bratter is a “stuffed shirt” type, who prefers order and logic in all things, while his wife, Corie (Divya Arora), die hard romantic, adventurous and eccentric, preferring to live in the moment. When Corie’s mother, Ethel Banks (Nivedita Baundhiyal ), comes to visit, Corie all-too-eagerly decides to play matchmaker and set her up with the very friendly and spontaneous upstairs neighbor, Victor Velasco (Tom Alter). Hilarity and conflict soon ensues, all leading toward a touching happy ending.

Tickets at Rs. 700, 550 & 400 available at the venue.
Suitable for 16 years & above.




08 Mar
6:30 pm

Stand Up Comedy | Gurgaon’s Funniest Day of the month

International Special

(Eng/60mins)

International Comedians. Kristel Zweers & Bob Maclaren.

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




08 Mar
8:00 pm

Stand Up Comedy

Radhika Vaz: May I Speak?

(Eng/60mins)

Comedian. Radhika Vaz.
On the occasion of International Women's Day, this time around the irreverent performer brings you her brand of honesty on a host of topics ranging from first time sex to her morbid interest in cosmetic surgery. By skewering the traditions, injustices and plain old double standards we are all forced to confront everyday Vaz is the first to admit that while the truth hurts laughing at it will eventually set you free.

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




14 Mar
7:30 pm

Theatre

Comedy About The End of the World

(Eng/60mins)

Dir. & Prod. Avijit Dutt.
It is a farce about a farce, within which is a further farce…at the edge of town in a house owned by an ageing Nymphomaniac lives a man who claims to be Joe Orton, the dead English playwright. They get a new tenant with a shady past and soon after a man who’s been stalking him. The house with the neglected garden, in an almost Beckett-like setting becomes the zone where the battle between principled innovators and unscrupulous profiteers rage, the latter will triumph. A dramatic text with skillfully honed dialogue, bursting with aphorisms and intelligent word games, we are led to ask what is actually real both in the play and in general, who is genuine and who is undercover and, above all, whether the end of the world is an approaching reality or merely a behind-the-scenes battle between different interest groups. In a fresh, unobtrusive way Comedy About the End of the World deals with the most burning global issue and vividly portrays the spirit of the times.

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




15 Mar
8:30 pm

Stand Up Comedy

Naked

(Eng/90 mins)

by Papa CJ.
After completing ten years as a professional stand-up comedian, Papa CJ brings you his new one-man show ‘Naked’. Papa CJ will bare all in this autobiographical account of the Oxford MBA who became a stand-up comedian. The story of the man who has performed on a plane, on a train, in a bus, on a boat, in a police station, in the emergency room of a hospital while holding the head of a girl getting 32 stitches on it, and even at gunpoint! This show brings you tales of school, work, love, sex, passion, heartbreak and hope. The show will definitely make you laugh, will possibly make you cry and might even change the way you look at your own life.

Tickets at Rs. 500/-available at Insider.in.
Suitable for 18 years & above.

27 Mar
7:30 pm

Theatre

Bonsai Solution

(Eng/60mins)

Dir. Shantanu Anam
Writ. Aparajit Gupta
Prod. Aparajit Gupta
Productions. Flight or fight.
Sometimes it feels like the only real choice in this world. Sometimes it hardly feels like a choice at all. Dhyan felt like his entire life had been ruled by this simple instinct and that he had chosen wrongly every single time. After a monumental meltdown, Dhyan gets sober and moves to Delhi, to start his life afresh, one last chance to become a man he’s proud to be. But the “voices” in his head aren’t done with him. As the pressure builds, dealing with a megalomaniacal boss, a dying mother and over-zealous friends, Dhyan struggles to stay sane and sober, clinging to his last hope: The Bonsai Solution.

Tickets at Rs. 300 available at the venue.
Suitable for 15 years & above.




28 Mar
7:30 pm

Theatre

The Ramayana

(Eng/150mins with an interval)

Dir. Gopal Sharman
Prod. Akshara Theatre.
Gopal Sharman’s internationally acclaimed theatrical masterpiece The Ramayana has been praised the world over for the dramatic intensity of Sharman’s script, which explores the human characters of Rama and Sita, with reverence, delicacy and insight, through some of the most exquisite stage writing in modern theatre. When The Ramayana was performed on Broadway, it was hailed as “India’s Gift to Broadway” by the New York Times. The Times, London found it “Noble, commanding and heroic”. The Indian Express exclaimed “The Ramayana is etched in tremendous beauty”, and the Hindustan Times said: “This Ramayana challenges you to look at the meaning of the story from a brand new angle.” In its original one-woman version The Ramayana was performed on Broadway in New York, London’s West End, the Smithsonian Institution, United nations Headquarters and more than 35 cities and towns in India.

Ticket at Rs. 500, 350 & 250 available at the venue.
It is suitable for 12 years & above.




29 Mar
7:30 pm

Theatre

Raag Droh

(Hindi/100mins)

Dir. Bharti sharma
Prod. Kshitij theatre group.
The play RAAG DROH is about indian ragas which are losing their classical sheen . Its a satire on the deteriorating and commercialisation of music industry . Today , even those musician who have no knowledge of music are improving on fusion where a lot of foreigners are learning indian classical music in its purer form.

Tickets at Rs. 250 & 150 available at the venue.
Suitable for 12 years & above.




04 Apr
05 Apr
7:30 pm
7:30 pm

Theatre

The Tale of Two Treaties

(60mins/Eng)

Written and Performed by. Deepal Doshi
Dir. Kathryn Doshi
Prod. Behroopiya Entertainers
Associated by. Madball Company, Mumbai.
Come laugh along with this crazy cast of Commedia Dell’Arte characters, and watch as one actor brings ten masks to life in one extraordinary, hilarious piece: Pantalone's lust for money and Dottore's desire for vengeance is threatening the love between their two children. With their nutty servants Pulcinella and Arlecchino, Pantalone's sex-starved wife Señora, and an outrageous Capitano, no havoc-wreaking stone is left unturned. Bonds are broken, hearts are torn apart and anarchy rules the day in this hysterical physical comedy.

Tickets at Rs. 500 & 350 available at the venue.
Suitable for 12 years & above.


  • Ghanta Awards- Nomination Special - 27 February
  • The Boys Are Back in Town - 28 February
  • Barefoot In The Park - 07 March
  • International Special - 08 March
  • Radhika Vaz: May I Speak? - 08 March
  • Comedy About The End of the World - 14 March
  • Bonsai Solution - 27 March
  • The Ramayana - 28 March
  • Raag Droh - 29 March