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22nd April 2019


Beg Your Pardon?


Who: A ‘Chakravayu Arts’ prodcution directed by Glenn Hayden, performed by Gaurav Venkatesh, Siddanth Nag, Priyadarshan Singh, and more

When: Friday, 26th April

Where: The Looney, The Lover, and The Poet, Khar

Language: English

Genre: Drama

Supper theatre! A form of theatre that is quickly gaining traction in the performance arts space. A much more relaxed setting for theatre, where you can enjoy a drink & a meal while the drama unfolds around you. The stories presented reflect the laid-back setting. The show consists of 3 family oriented one-act plays; a family tries out a new husband; two brothers quibble about an upcoming addition to the family; a husband tracks down an absconding wife.

If you want a lighter theatre experience, grab a ticket here (psst – they include a free cocktail with every ticket!)


What Planet Are You On?


Who: An ‘Akvarious Productions’ piece adapted and directed by Akarsh Khurana, performed Avantika Ganguly, Dilshad Edibam Khurana, Kashin Shetty, and more

When: Saturday, 27th April & Sunday, 28th April

Where: Prithvi Theatre, Juhu

Language: English

Genre: Drama

With mental health finally being included in the Indian culture discourse, pieces like this Akvarious production are crucial in keeping the conversation going.

Homi can’t seem to focus on school. He is told that he has ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder), which affects his concentration in class. Watch as, along with the people around him, Homi comes up with creative solutions to deal with his condition.

Book in your seats here!



Jashn-E-Qalam


Who: A ‘Mustard’ Production enacted by Shashwita Sharma & KC Shankar

When: Saturday, 27th April

Where: Mustard, Atria Mall - Worli

Language: Hindi

Genre: Drama

Another in the growing list of performance art presented as ‘supper theatre’. You can kick back, with a drink in hand, and let the performers enchant you with their storied music. The show consists of two solo performances of Hindustani short stories; ‘Chechak Ke Daag’ & ‘Marhoom Ki Yaad Mein’.

Block in your seats here – and again, you get a glass of wine to boot!


A Peasant of El Salvador


Who: A ‘QTP’ Production directed by Quasar Thakore Padamsee performed by Meher Acharia-Dar, Pramod Pathak, and Suhaas Ahuja

When: Saturday, 27th April & Sunday, 28th April

Where: Saturday show at Clap, Malad + Sunday show at OF10, Powai

Language: English with bits in Hindi & Spanish

Genre: Drama

“Filled with Spanish ballads, election spoofs, comical Americans, a magical set design, and a whole lot more, the play is both a quick peek into history as well as a humorous look in the mirror.

The play is a riveting, funny and heart-warming story of a hill farmer and his family set against the backdrop of the civil unrest of the late 1970s. Three narrators take you on an exotic journey through the mountains and plains of Central America as they tell us the story of a simple peasant with a big family, a big heart and a small piece of land.”

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