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By The Telegraph Online
  • Published 10.09.11

fashion show

September 10 & 11 at ITC Sonar; 8pm onwards: Season 7 of Seagram Blenders Pride Fashion Tour. Some of the hottest names in Bollywood will sizzle the ramp this weekend, showcasing the finest in fashion. Brand ambasssador: Priyanka Chopra, who will walk the ramp for Neeta Lulla. Other designers: Mandira Wirk, Rina Dhaka, Rohit Gandhi & Rahul Khanna, Vikram Phadnis and Wendell Rodricks.

performing arts

Till September 11 at Calcutta National Medical College Auditorium: Kolkata National Medical College Students’ Union presents AGON 2011 in association with t2. September 10 at Kaushik Hall, Nari Seva Sangha; 6pm: Renuka Ray Memorial Event. Play-reading of Tagore’s Raja by Sangbarta. Direction: Dr Sunil Das. Music direction & songs: Enakshi Chattopadhyay. Till September 11 at Kala Mandir; 6.30pm: A three-day conference on Tagore music with the participation of 50 singers. Organised by Dakshinee. September 10 & 11 at GD Birla Sabhagar; 6pm: Utsaha-Udbhas presents two evenings of Tagore songs: Marmachhaya: Chhayar Gaan on September 10 and Marmachhaya: Alochhayar Gaan on September 11. Artiste: Rahul Mitra. September 10 at Virgose, Hotel Hindusthan International; 8pm: Virgose presents Bandage, led by Mir along with other city-based contemporary musicians. September 10 & 11 at Rabindra Okakura Bhavan, Salt Lake; 6.30pm: Gandhar presents an evening of Tagore songs by Sayan Bandyopadhyay.


September 10 at Madhusudan Mancha; 6.30pm: Naye Natua presents Jaal. Direction: Goutam Halder. September 11 at Academy of Fine Arts; 10am: Little Thespian presents the premiere of Gainda (in Hindi), based on Eugene Ionesco’s Rhinoceros. Direction: S.M. Azhar Alam.


Till September 17 (except Sundays and public holidays) at Studio 21, 17L Dover Terrace, 24866735; Monday: 3pm - 7pm; Tuesday - Saturday: 11am - 7pm: En-Gender — Recent works by Arunima Sanyal, Geeti Karmakar, Meenakshi Sengupta, Pratyusha Mukherjee, Sudipta Das, Sheersha Mukherjee and Tisha Mondal.


Till October 1 at CIMA Gallery, Sunny Towers (2nd floor), 43 Ashutosh Chowdhury Avenue, 2485 8717, 2485 8509; 11am - 8pm: Art in Life 2011. Featuring decorative arts, scarves, bags, linens, fashion wear, T-shirts, dhurries and saris.


September 10, 17 & 24 at Tagore Hall, 2nd floor, 14A Gurusaday Road; 11am & 4pm: Youth Express, an interactive workshop on career, relationships, identity and image, law of attraction and more. Only three sessions of three hours each. Age: 18 to 25. Trainers: Ms Shubhika, Dr Namita and Dr Sangbarta. Two batches -11am & 4 pm. Prior registration at 9836551883 or 9051252665. September 10 at Oxford Bookstore, 17 Park Street; 11am - 1pm: Sketch Your Dreams, a fun-filled workshop for children (10-16 yrs) to learn ways of expressing ideas with fundamentals of sketching. To be conducted by Debasish Deb, eminent cartoonist and illustrator. For registration, call 44035708 / 9432671641. September 11, 18 & 25 at 29 Ballygunge Place; 10am - 5.30pm: CAT-a-pult into Quantitative proficiency in just four weeks with intensive fine-tuning sessions for CAT 2011. For details, call 9874710395 or register at September 16 - 18 at Allenby Inn, 1/2 Allenby Road; 9am - 6pm: Workshop on Basic Clinical Hypnotherapy to be conducted by Neerja Poddar on behalf of California Hypnosis Institute of India. Understand how the mind works, how we block ourselves with our limiting belief systems and how to overcome them. It is also the first step in becoming a certified clinical hypnotherapist. Advance registration required. Contact 9830129292.


September 11 at Mocha, 209 AJC Bose Road, Karnani Estate; 4pm: Screening of On Conait La Chanson (Same Old Songs). Direction: Alain Resnais.


September 10 at IIJT, 9 Elgin Road, 1st floor; 10am - 2pm: Indian Institute of Job Training is holding a job fair for city youths to provide opportunities in leading companies. For registration, call 98306 18444 / 22894477 or toll free 18002666777.

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