Mahim Junction, a musical by Sohaila Kapur takes a smattering look at

A still from Mahim Junction

The Hungry Heart Theatre Festival continues on the 18 December with Tattoo, a Dea Loher play adapted and directed by Kapur. “We want to promote theatre in Delhi," says Kapur, co-founder of the Festival. “The festival is primarily (organized) to popularize theatre among the young people, and get first-timers to gain experience in theatre production and acting."

Tattoo is about a woman unable to shake off the amorous attentions of her father. The play opens at 7.30pm at the Akshara Theatre on Baba Kharak Singh Marg, New Delhi. Three more plays are in the pipeline, although dates and schedules have not been finalized. First up is 45-35-55, an English comedy,

A still from Tattoo

While Mahim Junction was a by invitation-only event, upcoming plays including Tattoo have a free entry.

Free passes will be available at both the Max Mueller Bhavan and the venue, and will be issued on a first-come-first serve basis.