November 13 - 25 at Birla Academy of Art & Culture, 4th floor; 3pm - 8pm: Upashray — an exhibition of drawings and paintings by Siddhartha Sengupta.
B> n Till November 21 at Ajanta Art Gallery, Jessore Road; 3pm - 7pm: All India Annual Painting Exhibition 2012.
Till November 14 at Gallery Gold, 11 Abdul Rasul Avenue, near Menoka cinema, 3pm - 8pm: Shree, an exhibition of paintings by Madhuboni Chatterjee.
Till November 15 at Chemould Art Gallery, Park Street, 3pm - 8pm: Sunanda, a group exhibition of paintings. Participants: Eshita Goel, Sipra Roy, Jayeeta Bhattacharya, Sibaji Bhattacharjee, Dibakar Chakraborty and Samvu Roy.
Till November 16 (except November 13) at Academy of Fine Arts, 3pm - 8pm: A group exhibition of paintings. Participating artists: Rabin Pal, Uma Bardhan, Tatini Sengupta Ray, Prodip Kumar Sengupta and Kusumita Bhattacharya.
Till November 16 (except November 13) at Academy of Fine Arts, South Gallery B, 3pm - 8pm: An exhibition of recent works by contemporary painters of Aangik. Participants: Samir Paul, Sumanta Hutait, Ashok Adhikary and Apurba Biswas.
Till November 16 (except November 13) at Academy of Fine Arts, West Gallery; 3pm - 8pm: An exhibition of recent paintings by Sanjib Roy.
Till November 19 at The Promenade Lounge, Taj Bengal; 10am - 11pm: The eighth solo exhibition of recent works by Subrata Ghosh. The artist will paint live daily from 3pm - 6pm.
November 14 - December 29 (Sundays by appointment only) at Idiyas Gallery, 15 Dover Road; 11.30am - 6.30pm: Mélange of Milieu, a group exhibition of paintings. Participating artists include Prokash Karmakar, Ramananda Bandopadhyay, Sibsaday Chaudhuri, Gourango Beshai, Subrata Das, Shyamal Mukherjee, Sukanta Das, Samir Paul, Dilip Chaudhury, Ramratan Das, Basudev Pal Mazumdar and Shambu Saha.
November 15 at ICCR, 9A Ho Chi Minh Sarani; 7pm: Spandan presents Isheeta Ganguly in Sense and Sensuality: A journey of music with Tagore’s women in love and longing, then and now.... Also featuring Roshni Mullick Mukherjee and troupe (dance), Subrata Mukherjee (keyboards) and Durbadal Chattopadhyay (violin).
November 16 at Gyan Manch; 6.30pm: Shinjan Nrityalaya presents a solo Odishi dance recital by Baishali Kolay, disciple of Aloka Kanungo.
November 16 at Bijon Theatre; 6pm: Saptayan presents Bristi-Bristi and Megher Songi, two new productions on music, dance and poetry.
November 18 at Kala Mandir; 6pm: Euphony, an RD Burman foundation, presents Yaadon Ki Baaraat: Reliving the Magic of Pancham. Musicians Nitin Shankar, Franco Vaz, Kishore Sodha, Raj Sodha, Homi Mullan and Suraj Sathe who worked with RD Burman will perform live.
Till November 13 at Starmark (3 Lord Sinha Road, City Centre-Salt Lake, Mani Square and South City Mall); 11am - 8pm: Diyas & More — an exhibition of a wide range of decorative diyas, rangolis, gifts and other items for Diwali.
Till November 25 at The Box at The Park; 11am - 8pm: Gifts for the festive season. Showcasing saris, Diwali gifts, men’s kurtas and shirts, jewellery, bags, candles, ladies kurtis and more.
Till November 16 at The Seagull Foundation for the Arts, 36C SP Mukherjee Road; 11am - 8pm: Close-up, an exhibition of photographs by Christopher Taylor.
Till November 20 (except Sundays and holidays) at Galerie 88, 28B Shakespeare Sarani; 11am - 7pm, Monday: 2pm - 7pm: An exhibition of photographs from the book A Village in Bengal: Chirodeep Chaudhuri, Photographs and an Essay.
Till November 18 at Metro cinema Cine Central, Calcutta hosts International Forum of New Cinema as part of the ongoing Kolkata International Film Festival.
November 14 at Academy of Fine Arts; 6.30pm: On the occasion of Children’s Day, Nehru Museum’s drama group presents Anubhav, written and directed by Ramaprasad Banik.
November 14 at Satyajit Ray Auditorium, ICCR; 6.30pm: Little Thespian presents Katha Kollage comprising three short stories: Polythene Ki Deewar (by AR Khan), Bajjia Tum Kyon Roti Ho (by Prof. Muzaffar Hanafi) and Suiyonwali Bibi (by Iqbal Majeed). Design & direction: Uma Jhunjhunwala.
November 15 at Minerva Theatre; 6pm: Eso Natak Shikhi presents three one-act plays: Moner Katha (Thought Reading), Ajob Hanri (Magic Handi) and E Aamar Desh (This is my country). Direction: Dr Tapas Das.
November 15 at Academy of Fine Arts; 6.30pm: Theatre Workshop presents Goenda Poribar. Story: Shirshendu Mukhopadhyay. Direction: Kamal Manna.
November 16 at Girish Mancha; 6.30pm: Sanglap Kolkata presents Nirashroy. Drama & direction: Kuntal Mukhopadhyay.
November 16 at Madhusudan Mancha; 7pm: Drishyapat presents Oedipus, starring Debshankar Halder. Drama: Haro Bhattacharya. Direction: Anirban Bhattacharya.
November 17 at Academy of Fine Arts; 3pm: PLT presents Utpal Dutt’s Ebar Rajar Pala. Direction: Diptesh Bandyopadhyay.
November 17 at Girish Mancha; 6.30pm: Bratyajon presents Ruddha Sangeet. Drama, direction & performance: Bratya Basu.
November 17 at Academy of Fine Arts; 6.30pm: Bohurupee presents Deepdanda. Drama: Tirthankar Chanda. Direction: Kumar Roy.
November 17 at Madhusudan Mancha; 6.30pm: Anya Theatre presents Hamlet. Direction: Bibhas Chakraborty.
November 18 at Academy of Fine Arts; 10am: Natya Anan presents Caesar. Transcreated and directed by Chandan Sen.
November 18 at Academy of Fine Arts; 3pm: Sayak presents Pinki Buli. Playwright: Indrashis Lahiri. Direction: Meghnad Bhattacharya.
November 18 at Girish Mancha; 6.45pm: Pancham Vaidic presents Tagore’s Achalayatan. Direction: Arpita Ghosh.
Till November 19 at Sri Ganesh & Murugan Temples, Lake Gardens: Skanda Shasti Festival. Today, 9am: Moolavar, Mahaabhishekam and Deeparadhanai; at 6pm: Yagasalai Puja begins with Moolamantra Homam, Yagavikshinyam, Nava Sandhi and Deeparadhanai (Kaalam -I).
November 13 at Ramakrishna Math, Baranagar; 5.15pm onwards: Sandhyarati (Aratikram), Puja (8pm), Pushpanjali (10.30pm), Homa & Pushpanjali (3am) and Prasadam (5am/7am).
November 13 at Ramakrishna Vedanta Math, 19A & B Raja Rajkrishna Street; 7pm: Sri Sri Shyama Puja and Pushpanjali.
November 14 at Victoria Memorial Hall; 11am: The Activity Club celebrates Children’s Day with a puppet show, to be conducted by Suresh Dutta of Calcutta Puppet Theatre.
November 16 at Starmark, South City Mall; 6.30 pm: Launch of Anuj Dhar’s India’s Biggest Cover-up (an investigative insight into the Netaji mystery), to be followed by an interaction with the author.
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