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(Academy of Fine Arts, April 26, 7 pm) lSatish Alekar’s play, Ensemble’s ninth production, about corruption in the personal and public arena, from family to society and politics, is directed by Sohag Sen. Cast includes Dulal Lahiri, Deepak Ghosh, Tapas Thakur and Kaushik Basu

Annual Students’ Concert

(Calcutta School of Music, April 27, 5 pm) lLike every year, this time, too, the students will get a chance to display their talents with Indian classical song and dance performances. The repertoire includes khayal, thumri and bhajans, as well as Bharatanatyam, kathak and Odissi

Bombay and Mumbai

(Edited by Sujata Patel and Jim Masselos) lThe third volume in the series is a collection of essays that takes a closer look at the changes in the city, economically, socially and politically, reflected in the new name. The implications of the explosion in size and diversity are explored by revisiting the metropolis’ enduring past

Sheer Heart Attack

(Queen) lArguably the finest album in Queen’s career, this set kicks off with Brian May’s landmark Brighton Rock, followed by Freddie Mercury’s epic Killer Queen. Roger Taylor’s intense drumming and John Deacon’s power play on the double bass give numbers like Flick Of The Wrist a rich texture
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