Papa CJ

Black Dog Easy Evenings' India tour brings Papa CJ, Danish Sait and Cyrus Sahukar to Hyderabad

Talking sexism, cinema and comedy trends with comedians Papa CJ, Danish Sait and Cyrus Sahukar. 

Michael Oliver as Orson Welles

The life of Orson Welles, through the eyes of Richard France

The Auroville Theatre Group’s next play puts the spotlight on Orson Welles and his relentless pursuit of perfection

Interview: Thespian Ramanjit Kaur makes her foray into short films

Thespian Ramanjit Kaur talk about directing a short film, theatre and more 

A picture from their last workshop in Bengaluru

Get a first-hand experience of theatre as Tahatto hosts a weekend theatre workshop in Hyderabad

The two-day workshop will have about 15 activities for the participants.


The supper theatre showcase by CBC presents two plays followed by a culinary treat

their latest production will showcase two plays: Mother’s Day by J B Priestly and an English translation of the original French play Villa for Sale by Sacha Guitry

Sumukhi Suresh

Ladies central: Comedienne Sumukhi Suresh on her new show, women in comedy and more

Sumukhi and Naveen Richard are all set to have Hyderabadis in splits in her upcoming show, this weekend.

A scene from Chidiya, Udd

Ranga Shankara hosts a theatre festival for toddlers

Object - A Theatre Festival for Toddlers, a first-of-its-kind fest features five plays

Azeem Banatwalla

Azeem Banatwalla: Casual sexism has no place in stand-up comedy today

Gear up for a night of laughter as this Mumbai-based stand-up comic prepares to take the stage in Hyderabad.

Uru Art Harbour hosts a 50-year-old play Thuramugham that is set in the Cochin Port

The play is being directed by Gopan Chidambaram the son of the playwright K M Chidambaran


CATS returns to the stage with an adaptation of the play Love, Sex and IRS

The play Love, Sex and the Taxman explores themes of tax fraud and identity through humour

Cirque du Soleil

Iconic troupe Cirque du Soleil to make its India debut in November

The company originally composed of 20 street performers in 1984 was one of the first to reinvent circus arts and become popular for showcasing brilliant performances in live entertainment.

Thiruarangan, by Theatre Marina

Theatre Marina’s Thiruarangan - an absorbing blend of history and fiction

Theatre Marina’s upcoming production brings together three different plots in one fascinating story

Sujatha Balakrishnan

Theatre For Change questions myths around sexism with their debut play in Hyderabad 

The play is inspired by For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide / When the Rainbow Is Enuf by American playwright Ntozake Shang.

A scene from the 2017 Short + Sweet Theatre Festival Chennai

Short + Sweet Theatre Festival: The best 10-minute plays from Chennai

The Short + Sweet Theatre Festival returns with an eclectic selection of 10-minute plays

Pic by: Akshay Gill

Albert Einstein and Mahatma Gandhi meet in the play
Two Fathers

The play is a collaborative work of philosopher Sundar Sarukai and Bollywood director Srinivas Bhashyam