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The Madras Players’ Making It A Habit is about a group of nuns who try to put up a show for the first time
The musical comedy, also produced by The Madras Players, revolves around a group of nuns who attempt to put up a show for the public.
All the hippest events from the past week
The Little Theatre’s 25th Christmas Panto talks climate change and Popeye
Fresh off of the success that was the play Kaveri, playwright Sella Sellam is back with an all-new historical drama titled Sippaigal
From Rehane to Vivek Karunakaran, Chennai designers use the city’s architecture as inspiration for this photo series
We take a look inward, at Chennai’s iconic designers who have exclusively created 12 looks for Indulge, that resemble patterns, curves, and colours of our city’s most celebrated heritage structures
What better way to kick-start the weekend than with some youthful jazz! Hosted by Unwind Center and Exodus, the seventh edition of The Madras Jazz Festival is here.
Getting into the festive mood, exhibitions, food and an amazing concert by singer Karthik. A glimpse of all of the hottest events from last week...
Boardwalker’s adaptation of Steve Tesich’s Division Street is a hysterical tale of a confused ex-radical
After their last production, Birdcage in 2017, the company is back with Division Street - a wacky comedy, adapted from American-Serbian screenwriter and playwright Steve Tesich’s 1981 play.
As part of the Madras Week celebrations, Wandering Artist is organising a Railway Museum Walk, tracing the history of South Indian Railways.
Directed by Nikhila Kesavan, it is set in Mumbai and adapts one particular storyline of the satirical thriller
With a script inspired by the 12th-century epic Kamba Ramayanam, written by the Tamil poet Kambar, Asuras is the poetic journey of Rama and his victory against the demonic powers
This Tamil play is all about Arabian Nights retold with a difference
Maya Krishna Rao is defiant and chaotic in her latest production, Loose Woman
Shakespeare’s most popular Roman tragedy to be adapted by The Madras Players
Mumbai-based band Blackstratblues debuts in the city next week
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