In the city

In the city

ART
Cartoon time
An exhibition of the works of legendary cartoonist Mario de Miranda is on display at the Indian Cartoon Gallery, No. 1, Midford House, Midford Garden, off MG Road, till October 24.

‘Face to Face’ 
Face to Face, a group show featuring Beena Pradhan, M G Doddamani, Shankar Kendale and Syed Ali Arif will be on display at the Kynkyny Art, 104 Embassy Square, 148 Infantry Road. The show will be on till November 7.

‘Pan India’
Gallery Sumukha and Tasveer will present Pan India - A Shared Habitat by photographer Prashant Panjiar. The photo exhibition will be on view at Gallery Sumukha from October 20
 to 31, 10 am to 6 pm.

MUSIC
Baul singing
Renowned Baul and Fakir singers will perform at the BBMP Ground, BTM Layout, on
October 17. The performance is organised by Bangotsab Samiti at 6 pm.

Renaissance album
Madrigals, Etc is launching the first Renaissance music album at the Alliance Francaise, on
October 23, 7 pm. 

POT POURRI
October Fest
Kingfisher Premium The Great Indian October Fest is back and is all set to enthrall Bangaloreans with all things that make the world go round.The fest will be held at  Palace Grounds, from October 23 to 25. 

Creative writing
Still Waters is holding a weekend workshop for adults on Creative Writing commencing November 8 at Hotel Ramada. The workshop covers the craft of writing novels, plays, short fiction, poetry and screenplay writing. A weekend Creativity Lab for children above the age of 12 years, that includes creative writing, theatre and film-making, is also being organised. For details, write to stillwaters@vijaynair.net/vijay@vijaynair.net

Illustrated talk
The Bangalore International Centre presents an illustrated talk by Usha Venkateswaran and Ashish Mohan Khokar on Choreography of Dance on October 24, 6.30 pm.

Interactive show
Danse e-Toile: Nataraja et le Cosmos, a unique art-science event, representing perhaps a first-time attempt at a simultaneous live internet- streamed performance across space and time in India and Europe, at Toulouse and Bangalore.
This event featuring, in the Festival La Novela, Toulouse on October 17, will consist two simultaneous and interactive dance performances, which will take place at the Cite de L’Espace (Space  City) Toulouse, and the Indian Institute of Astrophysics, Crest, Hoskote.

Array of diyas
The Central Cottage Industries Emporium (CCIE) is holding a week-long exhibition-cum-sale of diyas, that are designed to add a special sparkle to the festival. On display are terracotta and brass diyas, both sourced from Uttar Pradesh. Of special interest are the terracotta diyas, which are in a variety of designs such as flower, Ganesha, musical instruments etc. In addition, there are also dried-flower diyas from Pondicherry. The exhibition is on till October 16 at the CCIE premises on M G Road, 10 am to 2 pm and 3 pm to 7 pm.

 

 

DRAMA
A journey
The Cyclist, a play by Version One Dot Oh!, will be staged on  October 30 at Alliance Francaise auditorium, 3.30 pm and 7.30 pm. The play is directed by Harish Seshadri and written by Vijay Tendulkar. It is a dark comedy and skillfully crafted, uninterrupted single piece about the adventure of life told through a cyclist’s journey.

Comedy
SIC by Dramanon will be staged at the Alliance Francaise auditorium on October 24, 4.30 pm and 7.30 pm. The play is directed by Sharanya Ramprakash. The play takes place primarily in the doorway and shared hallway of three neighbouring apartments.

‘Ali Oh Baba’
Dream A Dream, in association with Bangalore Little Theatre, will stage a new theatre production for children, Ali Oh Baba, from October 30 to November 1 at the Gurunanak Bhawan, Vasanthnagar. 

‘Topi Manushya’
Antaranga, a creative amateur theatre, will stage a hilarious drama called Topi Manushya by Y V Gundu Rao, inspired from an English play, on October 17, 7 pm at Ravindra Kalakshetra. Tickets are available at the venue. For details, call 9880914509. 

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