Saturday, November 01, 2003
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Since 1st March, 1999
November 1 & 2:
Chokh celebrates its 15th anniversary with a seminar on Group Theatre Charitra Badlachchhey
November 1 at Bangla Academy; 6 pm;
(both directed by Abhijit Kar Gupta)
on November 2 at Academy of Fine Arts; 10 am & 6.30 pm, respectively.
November 1 & 2 at Rangana; 3 pm & 6.30 pm:
, presented by D.M. Production. The cast includes Papia Adhikary, Debraj Roy, Chhanda Chatterjee, Goutam Sadhukhan and Kalyani Adhikary.
November 1 at Academy of Fine Arts; 6.30 pm:
. Direction: Tarapada Mukhopadhyay.
November 1 at Girish Manch; 6.30 pm:
. Direction: Moloy Biswas.
November 2 at Girish Manch; 6.30 pm:
Theatre Workshop presents Shakespeare’s
. Direction: Ashok Mukhopadhyay.
November 2 at Madhusudan Mancha; 6.30 pm:
Play & direction: Manish Mitra.
November 2 at Muktangan; 6.30 pm:
Dant Paake Bandha
. Dir: Chandan Das.
November 1 at Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture, Vivekananda Hall; 6 pm:
Nemai Sadhan Bose will speak on
November 1 at Ramakrishna Vedanta Math; 7 pm:
Swami Paramatmananda will speak on
Juge Juge Jander Agomon.
November 2 at G.D. Birla Sabhagar; 11 am:
Professor P. Lal reads of the human Nahusha becoming the raja of the gods and lusting for the wife of Indra whom he had supplnted, in the 202nd weekly session of his complete English transcreation of Vyasa’s
November 2 at Advaita Ashrama, 5 Dehi Entally Road; 5.30 pm:
Swami Mumukshananda will discuss
Shri Shri Maa-O-Swami Vivekananda.
November 2 at Jibanananda Sabhaghar; 6 pm:
Sarva Bharatiya Sangeet O- Sanskriti Parishad hosts a seminar based on music, recitation and art. Participants include: Professor Bimal Kar, Prof. Soumendranath Majumder, Dr Sujata Dey, Dr Anita Mukherjee, Kajal Sur and Kajal Sengupta.
November 2 at Ballroom, The Oberoi Grand; 4.30 pm:
Oberoi Grand, Calcutta hosts a public forum on
presented by ARDSI Calcutta Chapter.
November 1 at Aikatan, EZCC Complex, 1A-290 Salt Lak; 4.30 pm:
Arohan Foundation, in collaboration with Eastern Zonal Cultural Centre, hosts a Hindustani classical vocal recital of Raka Mukherjee and a sitar recital of Pandit Nayan Ghosh of Mumbai, with Ranjan Mukherjee on the harmonium, and Soumen Sarkar and Rahul Ganguly on the tabla.
Till November 2 at Birla Academy of Art & Culture; 4 pm - 8 pm:
Football Hit on Turf —
an exhibition of paintings by Debrup Ganguly.
Till November 3 (except Sunday) at Chemould Art Gallery; 10 am - 7 pm:
Exhibition of paintings in watercolor and charcoal by Arunava Ray
November 3 at Thoughtshop Foundation, 188/90 Prince Anwar Shah Road; 4 pm - 6 pm:
Thoughtshop Foundation is organising a workshop on
for those 18 years and above. Call 24176128/29 to register.
November 1 at Sasha, 27 Mirza Ghalib Street; 11 am:
Twenty-five eminent personalities who have patronised Sasha will flag off its 25th anniversary celebrations. The fortnight-long celebration beginning tomorrow includes an exhibition-cum-sale of the entire range of crafts and textiles at a discounted rate. Also, artisan groups and womens’ cooperatives will demonstrate their craft skills.
November 2 at St Xavier’s College Aurditorium and Parlour; 4 pm:
The Annual Tea Meet of St Xavier’s College (Calcutta) Alumni Association, presenting floral fantasy and a colorful display of chikan-wear by members and their families. Also, games and prizes.
November 3 at Gyan Manch; 6 pm:
A classical cultural programme with prayers for full recovery and good health of
Sree Archana Maa. Featuring a devotional classical vocal recital by Jayati Bagchi, accompanied by Biplab Barman (tabla) and Ranjan Mukherjee (harmonium); and a dance-drama
Naba Rasa Dharay Hara Gouri
, written by Archana Maa, presented by Nritta Kshetra, with direction and choreography by Acharya Anasuya Bandyopadhyay. Organised by Sree Satyananda Devayatan.
November 1 at Aban Mahal; 6.30 pm:
Swapnokalpa Dance Institution presents its third annual show featuring Tagore’s dance-drama
to be performed by the students of the institution under the direction of Swapnokalpa Roy Chowdhury.
November 1 at Cloud 9 Restobar; 6 pm onwards:
The Night of the Damned, Halloween Night —
a unique theme night with city models, an array of exciting cocktails and finger food to set the revellers’ spirits afire.
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