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British Deputy High Commissioner Chennai Bharat Joshi gives us his overview of the city’s growing role on the cultural map.
'I, Malvolio, is about cruelty, about how we like to laugh at people,' says theatre director Tim Crouch
Tim who is also performing throws more light on what to expect
Connect with the national network of Indian festival managers at The Revolving Door: Diversity And Inclusion In Indian Art Festivals
The project is curated by Mark Fell, with Nakul Krishnamurthy and Rian Treanor
From bird-spotting near the Jog Falls to enacting plays based on Roald Dahl’s works, this summer is going to be a busy one for kids
Bengaluru ByDesign opened its second edition to the public with an exciting array of public installations, exhibitions, talks, workshops and interactive experiences transforming the city.
Bengaluru ByDesign opens with India Design Forum, multiple installations, pop-ups and shows across the city
Bengaluru launched its very own Design Festival - Bengaluru ByDesign on 23 November which will be on until 2 December 2018 across the key landmarks in the city.
The challenge is to encourage, motivate and inspire children to read
A live recital by violinist K Jyothi and guitarist Irwin Victoria, along with a fusion music experience by Chennai-based Mix The City, is sure to entertain audiences.
Adding to its range of 'Mix' digital cultural products, the British Council will launch 'Mix the Body' platform through which users will be able to choreograph unique dance sequences
Chennai International Film Festival, in association with the Indo Cine Appreciation Foundation, is hosting a screening of the British film, The English Patient.
Things to do, events, workshops and exhibitions
Geopolitical tensions notwithstanding, slices of soft diplomacy and globalisation are on show in a clutch of pandals (marquees) in the state.
Seven artists from the UK and India come together for a unique crwodsourced digital arts project
Irish theatre actor Mary-Frances Doherty shares the experience of her 3-week residency in the city, and why she relates Kolkata’s narrative to The Tale of Two Cities
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