Timeout 23-07-2011

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By The Telegraph Online
  • Published 23.07.11


Till July 23 at Chemould Art Gallery, 12F Park Street; 2pm - 7pm: Rainbow Artists and Writers Foundation presents The Passion, an exhibition of the works by Paban Roy, Mukta Gupta, Noboday Paul, Dinabandhu Shau, Tanumoy Ghosh, Diptangshu Banerjee and Albert Ashok. Till July 23 at Aakriti Art Gallery, Orbit Enclave, 1st floor, 12/3A Hungerford Street, 22893027/5041; 12noon - 7pm: Objective Correlatives — the annual show of Open Window, providing an insight into contemporary art in India. Till July 24 at Birla Academy of Art & Culture; 3pm - 8pm: Prativa presents its 16th group art exhibition.


July 23 at Uttam Mancha; 5.30pm: Tagore songs by Dola Bandyopadhyay. July 23 at Rabindra Sadan; 6pm: Asthayee presents Rabi-Pranam. Participants: Amalendu Bhattacharya, Soumitra Mitra, Chandramouli Bandyopadhyay, Sudarshana Bhattacharya and Srabani Sen. July 23 at ICCR, 9A Ho Chi Minh Sarani; 6.30pm: An evening with Calcutta Chamber Orchestra conducted by maestro Pheroze Mistri. July 23 at Sri Aurobindo Bhavan, 8 Shakespeare Sarani; 6.30pm: Sri Aurobindo Bhavan & Dimension Four present an evening of Dwijendrageeti, Kantageeti and Atulprosadi by Nupurchhanda Ghosh and her students. July 23 at Aban Mahal (CLT); 6.30pm: Golpark Krishti Nattya Sanstha presents an evening of recitation, AbrittiScope — Chirosakha Hey.... July 23 at Rotary Sadan; 7pm: Musical performance by Jayanta Chakraborty. July 23 at Someplace Else, The Park; 9pm onwards: Catch legendary guitarist Ehsaan Noorani jam with city’s very own Saturday Night Blues band. July 23 at Plush, The Astor; 10pm onwards: Resident DJs Deb and Bittu play the latest numbers. July 24 at Sisir Mancha; 9am: Barisha Children’s Cultural Forum presents a programme of songs, comics, recitation and drama. July 24 at Calcutta School of Music, Sandre Hall; 6.30pm: Hindustani classical vocal concert organised by Calcutta School of Music in association with ITC-SRA. All are welcome.


July 23 at Nazrul Mancha; 9am - 5pm: RMP - The Team of Golden Solution & Rotary International Club are organising a blood donation camp on the eve of the 31st death anniversary of Uttam Kumar.


July 23 at AMRI Woman and Child Care Centre; 4pm: Prenatal Fitness and Yoga workshop. For registration, call 9748755946 or log onto www.birthandbeyondindia.com July 23 & 24 at Smart Tree, New Alipore: A crash course in confident communication, public speaking and winning debates. For registration, call 983086300 or 64991496.


July 23 at Academy of Fine Arts; 3pm: Theatre Passion presents Bhyablai Bhalo. Direction: Ramaprasad Banik. At 6.30 pm: Bohurupee presents Birja Sulka. Direction: Tulika Das. July 23 at Girish Mancha; 6.30pm: Sudrak presents Purbo Nirdharito. Direction: Debashis Majumdar. July 23 at Minerva Theatre; 6.30pm: Mangalik presents Haroon-al Rashid. Direction: Samir Biswas. July 24 at Academy of Fine Arts; 3pm: Purba Paschim presents Patol Babu Filmstar. Direction: Ramaprasad Banik. At 6.30 pm: Sayak presents Jnan Briksher Phal. Direction & performance: Meghnad Bhattacharya. July 24 at Madhusudan Mancha; 6.30pm: Howrah Dakshinayan presents Hawa Badal. Dir: Kunal Mukhopadhyay. July 24 at Minerva Theatre; 7pm: Chena Dukkha Chena Sukh, a Mukhomukhi production, directed by Debesh Chattopadhyay.


July 23 at The Conclave, The Other Room; 11am - 8pm: D’Autre, lifestyle exhibition. Till July 31 at 8/2 Loudon Street, 2nd floor, 22811524: Earthy Myths presents its annual exhibition of saris and outfits. Till July 24 at Ashirbad Hall, Kankurgachi; 11am - 8pm: Grand Rakhi Mela. July 25 & 26 at Happy Hours, 9830229898, 9830227778, CD-69 Salt Lake: Exhibition of exclusive items on Rakhi.


July 24 at YMCA, Chowringhee: Adverb + Mind Games present Love All 4 - The Sports Quiz for three-member teams. Registrations start at 4pm. Quiz starts at 4.30pm. No entry fees. QM: Biswabijoy Sen. For more details, call 98317 83470.


July 24 at Dr Triguna Sen Auditorium, Jadavpur University; 5.30pm: Dr Anutosh Datta Memorial Eye Foundation & Rotary Club of Calcutta Inner City host a seminar on Community Eye Care, to be followed by a music-and-dance programme based on Tagore’s compositions on monsoon, presented by Divya Jyotir Pathe and choreographed by Satabdi Ballet Troupe.

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