Arts  /  Published 23.07.22

Patterned tale

Krishnanagar, among the nerve centres of undivided Bengal, is slowly coming to terms with the changes that have swept over it. As far as performing arts is concerned, this town by the Ganges has tradi...
By Anshuman Bhowmick

Arts  /  Published 16.07.22

Old fights

Since the controversy erupted over the design of the national emblem on top of the new Parliament building and the seemingly-menacing look of the lions caught the nation unawares, the situation seems ...
By Anshuman Bhowmick

Events  /  Published 09.07.22

Peter Rinderknecht mesmerises children with interactive tale of hope and despair

The storytelling began with Rinderknecht taking the help of his young audience to create a farm, complete with sights and sounds. He brought to life a farmer who works hard on the fields, feeds animal...
By Saurav Roy

Arts  /  Published 09.07.22

Rooted in tradition

Barring a few, theatre groups in Calcutta have never been consistent in exploring the vast resources that are offered by folklore and indigenous performing arts. The overpowering influence of the colo...
By Anshuman Bhowmick

Career  /  Published 08.07.22

Performing Arts: Pathway For Self-Expression and Passion

Performing Arts are frequently used to communicate one's emotions and sentiments...
By Mehwash Hussain


Lifestyle  /  Published 04.07.22

‘The Comedy Kitchen’ by Theatrecian had the audience at Gyan Manch laughing loud and long

Sad Life has Rwikjit Roy playing a loser who wins spectacularly at being a loser during a meeting with his boss (Mookerji). “The Comedy Kitchen juggernaut has been rolling for over a decade. Whe...
By Ramona Sen

People  /  Published 29.06.22

‘Naba Narak Guljaar’: Bengali professionals stage Covid-inspired play in East London

The goal for KayCee and his team now is to take Naba Narak Guljaar to other parts of London and engage more people into understanding how the pandemic not only distanced humans from humans, but also d...
By Priyam Marik

Culture  /  Published 26.06.22

Yesterday again, alas

At a recent event at Calcutta’s Victoria Memorial Hall titled “Barricade and Beyond”, actor Dhritiman Chatterjee and Lal enacted parts of the English translation of Barricade. ...
By Anasuya Basu

Arts  /  Published 25.06.22

Many shades

The reputation of Chetla Krishti Sansad as the vanguard of the children’s theatre movement in downtown Calcutta was further consolidated with two new productions at Madhusudan Mancha on April 20...
By Anshuman Bhowmick

Arts  /  Published 18.06.22

Lyrical balance

Monsoon has just arrived. Santiniketan has woken up to the rain clouds drifting across the lush green landscape, the laterite beds and the riverside. Romance is in the air. The students of Sangit Bhav...
By Anshuman Bhowmick


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