The Mint Planner, 16 February 2018
- Govt serious in bringing fugitive economic offenders to task: Rajnath Singh
- Sushma Swaraj arrives in China for talks with Wang Yi, SCO meet
- Make the best of technology to deal with administrative delays: Modi tells bureaucrats
- Amit Shah says ordinance shows Modi govt’s commitment to women’s safety
- Sanskrit most suitable for machine learning, AI: Ram Nath Kovind
Art | Madhyama
Fifteen artists from Madhya Pradesh, including Anup Shriwastav and Arti Paliwal, will showcase 50 works in different mediums, including oil and acrylic paintings and sculptures.
5pm. Shridharani Gallery, Triveni Kala Sangam, Tansen Marg.
Music | Jazz India Circuit
Drummer Dave Weckl will headline the concert, followed by leading jazz players from Denmark, Luxembourg, the UK, Israel and India. The bands and artists include Rhythm Shaw, Danish guitarist Alex Jønsson, Diaspora House, Dave Weckl, and Absandey, among others.
6.30pm. One Golden Mile, Netaji Nagar, Bhikaji Cama Place. Seating on first-come, first-served basis.
The four-member band presents a confluence of Hindustani and Carnatic classical music, West Bengal folk, jazz, rock, blues and RnB.
9pm. Monkey Bar, Commercial Complex, Vasant Kunj. Seating on first-come, first-served basis.
Around town | Navrasa Duende Global Carnival
The carnival, dedicated to arts and entertainment, will see over 400 performing artists, including 200 international artists. There will be performances of Indian/Western classical, rock, pop, jazz, folk music, dance concerts, theatre, photography, sculpture exhibitions and film screenings.
4.30pm (Friday)/10am (weekend). Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Pragati Vihar. Tickets, Rs250, available on In.bookmyshow.com.
By Sohini Sen
Dance | Jalika
Jalika uses dance and mime theatre to explore self-discovery.
8pm. G5A, Foundation for Contemporary Culture, Mahalaxmi. Tickets, Rs750, available on In.bookmyshow.com.
Music | Symphony Orchestra
The baritone Benjamin Appl, a BBC New Generation Artist, will be performing.
5pm. National Centre for the Performing Arts, Nariman Point. Tickets, Rs400 and Rs600, available at the venue and In.bookmyshow.com.
This two-day festival will have thumri, kajri and chaiti music dedicated to legendary vocalist Girija Devi.
7pm. Nehru Centre, Worli. Tickets, Rs500-2,360, available on In.bookmyshow.com.
Theatre | Be-Naqaab
It’s the story of a rich, powerful industrialist who faces dishonour after an extra-marital affair.
7.30pm. Nehru Centre, Dr Annie Besant Road, Worli. Tickets, Rs150-500, available on In.bookmyshow.com.
By Shweta Upadhyay
Around town | Under 25 Summit
This year’s edition of the youth festival will feature speakers such as Canadian poet Rupi Kaur, illustrator and designer Alicia Souza, YouTube star Ranveer Allahbadia, Shwetambari Shetty, co-founder of The Tribe Fitness Club, and Bhuvan Bam of BB Ki Vines fame. Apart from speaker sessions and panel discussions, there will also be workshops, performances, and a flea market.
9am-9pm. YMCA, Nrupathunga Road. Tickets, Rs999 and Rs1,250, available on www.insider.in
Music | NoJazz
The band from France is known for its high-energy contemporary dance music infused with funk, electro, hip hop and a few jazzy elements. Its members are Philippe Sellam, Pascal Réva, Philippe Balatier and Sylvain Gontard.
9pm. The BFlat Bar, 100 Feet Road, Indiranagar. Tickets, Rs590, available on In.bookmyshow.com.
Theatre | Shiva
Set to the tunes of Karthik Hebbar and choreographed by Yamini Muthanna, Shiva is a spoken dialogue play with elements of Bharatanatyam, music and poetry, and deals with gender identity and sexuality.
7.30pm. Ranga Shankara, JP Nagar. Tickets, Rs200, available on In.bookmyshow.com.
By Shivani Kagti
Art | Response: Installations & New Media
Till 28 February
Thirty-six artists working in mixed media forms are showcasing the period starting from the 1990s.
11am-7pm. Gem Cinema, Entally. For details, call 8697727264.
Theatre | Damini Hey and Premkatha
The Sayak theatre group will stage two productions, Damini Hey and Premkatha, directed by Meghnad Bhattacharya. The first play traces the lives of three generations of a family, while the latter is about greed and money.
6.30pm. Girish Mancha, 76/1, Baghbazar Street. Tickets, Rs150-250. For details, call 9836067788.
By Indranil Bhoumik
Film | Films on water
Damned Art, a public awareness initiative on the need to save rivers, will screen a selection from international and local short films .
7pm. Lalit Kala Akademi, Greams Road. Seating on first-come, first-served basis.
Around town | Graphic Novel Workshop
17 February/24 February
This workshop over two days with renowned cartoonist Biswajit Balasubramanian will look at all that goes into producing the framework for an original graphic novel. Open to those aged 16 and above.
10am. Forum Art Gallery, Adyar (42115596). Fee, Rs6,000.
The Design, Art and Music (DAM) festival is an amalgamation of creativity, youth, craft, heritage and inclusion. The exhibition platform enables the showcase and sale of products and artworks.
10am-6pm. DakshinaChitra, Muttukadu, East Coast Road (24462435). Tickets, Rs50 (Indians) and Rs100 (foreigners).
Dance | Weight Of Joy
The Weight Of Joy is a dance project that tackles the notion of handicap and social innovation through French choreographer Eric Languet’s work.
7.30pm. Mutha Venkatasubba Rao Concert Hall, Chetpet. Seating on first-come, first-served basis.
By Nandini Reddy
Theatre | Charley’s Aunt
Director Sandeep Tadi’s drama is about two young boys who have fallen in love with two girls. English, 2 hours.
7.30pm. Phoenix Arena, Phase 2, Hitec City. Tickets, Rs150, available on In.bookmyshow.com.
Film | B Narsing Rao Film Festival
This week-long festival will showcase movies by Rao, one of the pioneers in Telugu cinema. The films include Rangula Kala (A Colorful Dream), about a painter whose life and work are contradictory; Daasi (Bonded Women), about the life of a housemaid; and Matti Manushulu (Mud People), on the lives of construction labourers.
7.30pm. Lamakaan, Banjara Hills. Seating on first-come, first-served basis.
By Sohini Sen