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24th June 2019

Karl Marx in Kalbadevi

Who: An ‘Ideas Unlimited’ production directed by Manoj Shah, performed by Satchit Puranik

When: Thursday, 27th June

Where: Prithvi Theatre, Juhu

Language: Hindi, English

Genre: Comedy, Drama

On the 200th anniversary of his birth - Karl Marx finds himself back in the world. He finds himself in Kalbadevi, Mumbai, Maharashtra and is in for a rude awakening. Socialism & Communism, the concepts of which he was one of the pioneers, are both now ‘dirty words’ world over. He’s horrified and he sets out to argue his point to anyone who will listen.

If History & Politics are your jam, you should catch this one-man comedy – book your tickets here.



Who: An ‘Ideas Unlimited’ production directed by Manoj Shah, performed by Jay Upadhyay, Unnati Gala & Jigna Khajuria.

When: Friday, 28th June

Where: Prithvi Theatre, Juhu

Language: Gujarati

Genre: Drama

One man has got the secret to happiness. With his mysterious potion, he manages to keep himself in an everlasting state of contentment – quite the feat in this stressful, non-stop world we live in. Not surprisingly, people aren’t happy about this, and rally together to sue the man. What does he do now?

For all you Gujarati theatre lovers – you can book in your tickets here.



Who: An ‘Arpana’ & ‘Prithvi Theatre’ production directed by Sunil Shanbag, performed by Sudhir Pande, Trishla Patel, Kalyanee Mulay, and more

When: Saturday, 29th June & Sunday, 30th June

Where: Prithvi Theatre, Juhu

Language: Hindi, Urdu

Genre: Drama

Arpana Theatre, an Aadyam Season 2 alumn since Loretta took the stage in Season 2, teams up with Prithvi Theatre to bring you Deewar. A fascinating allegory of colonization & partition, the story is unfortunately, supremely relevant in the modern context with all the discourse surrounding ‘walls’.

A hard-hitting narrative that refuses to let the fiery debate on exclusion extinguish – you can block in your seat for this show here.


Piya Behrupiya

Who: A ‘The Company Theatre’ production directed by Atul Kumar

When: Saturday, 29th June

Where: Guru Nanak Bhawan, Bengaluru

Language: Hindi

Genre: Musical Comedy

Are you in Bengaluru? You need to drop whatever plans you had for Saturday evening to go watch Atul Kumar’s Piya Behrupiya. While, the show has been touring the country fairly regularly since it was first staged, you don’t want to miss the fleeting opportunity to catch it while it’s in your city. This adaptation of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night has been a massive success, and for good reason.

You don’t need to be a Shakespeare fanatic to follow along with this tale, but you do need to book in your tickets now because they go quick! Book yours here.


Love Truth Bombs

Who: A ‘Leogirl Productions’ piece directed by Priyanka Banerjee, performed by Preeti Kochhar, Divyesh Vijayakar, Kohmal Khanna, and more.

When: Sunday, 30th June

Where: The Clearing House, Fort

Language: English

Genre: Comedy, Drama

Leogirl Productions, a theatre company that has put supper theatre back on the map in Mumbai, is back with another set of Love Truth Bombs. These light-hearted sketches that unfold around you as you wine & dine, is the perfect little side dish to complete your Sunday evening.

Your tickets include some food and drink too! You can book yourself in here.

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