Tuesday, June 27, 2017

The wait for the weekend is finally over and it’s time you decide how you want to spend this one, after all, there’s another whole 5 days to go before the next one! Right from some amazing live concerts, to theatre, stand-up comedy acts to master classes, there’s a whole bunch of exciting events happening on all over the city. Choose your picks!

 

[divider ]July 24, Friday[/divider]

 

Lagori Live!

lagoriSay hello to Bangalore-based band Lagori at Euriska. The band is inspired by the rich diversity of culture that exists in India and the evolving definition of what it means to be Indian. Comprising of Tejas, Edward, Geeth, Shalini and Vinyl, Lagori’s music reflects the varied influences of each band member, culminating in a unique, fresh and honest sound.

Date and Schedule:
Friday, 24th July, 9 pm tp 11 pm at Euriska, Koregaon Park Annexe, Near Koregaon Park Plaza, Koregaon Park, East, Pune.

Mari To Arji Baki Tamari Marji

gujarati playPriyanada Mehta, principal of a reputed college is an honest, upright and incorruptible person. Singlehandedly, she has managed bring the college to the top spot. But fate has a different plan! Watch one unfortunate incident destroy her reputation in this Gujarathi play.

Date and Schedule:
Friday, 24th July, 9:30 pm to 11:30 pm at Bal Gandharva Rang Mandir, JM Road, Near Pune Mahanagar Palika, Shivaji Nagar, Central, Pune

Best in Stand-up

best in stand upEnjoy a night of laughter and fun at Blue Frog. Dhruv Deshpande, Max Mystel, and Vaibhav Sethia are all set to make you laugh with their viewpoints be it on politics, current affairs or their personal lives.

Date and Schedule:
Friday, 24th Jul, 8:30pm to 10:30pm at Blue Frog, Ishanya Mall, Off Airport Road, Opposite Golf Course, Yerwada, East, Pune. Price: Rs. 400/-

 

[divider ]July 25, Saturday[/divider]

 

Nawabi Masterclass

nawabi masterclassTry your hand at making indulgent Nawabi dishes this Saturday. For those who enjoy a rich royal Indian feast, enroll for a special master-class by Courtyard by Marriott Pune City Centre’s ace Indian masterchef Akhilesh Pathak. An expert in Indian cooking, Pathak will demonstrate to you traditional preparation techniques of Lukhnowi Murgh Kalmi Biryani and Sheer Khurma!

Date and Schedule:
Saturday, 25th July, 4 pm to 6 pm at Cedar Hall, Level 1, Courtyard by Marriott Pune City Centre, Bund Garden Road. Price: Rs. 600/-

Joint Venture at The Beer Cafe

joint ventureInfuse your Saturday with spirit, music and passion with this experimental project started by Lucynic Fix and SikandarYadu, to venture out in the commercial acoustic rock scene and market their own style of covering popular rock artists.

Date and Schedule:
Saturday, 25th July,  9 pm onwards at The Beer Cafe, Koregaon Park.

Parikrama Live in Concert

parikramaConsidered to be the pioneers of Rock & Roll music in India, Delhi-based Parikrama have performed concerts all over the country and are in the city on Saturday to bring about a musical revolution for the people of Pune.

Date and Schedule:
Saturday, 25th July, 6 pm onwards, at Mulik Capital, Next to Mulik Lawns, Near Trump Towers, Kalyaninagar, Pune.

 

[divider ]July 26, Sunday[/divider]

 

Jason Mraz Tribute

jason mrazHead to The High Spirits Cafe for an epic night with Derric & Friends belting out the best of Jason Mraz. The line-up includes Derric on vocals/guitars, Christopher on backup vocals/guitars, Leo on keyboards, Denzil on drums and Albert on bass.

Date and Schedule:
Sunday, 26th July, 9 pm to 11 pm at The High Spirits, Koregaon Park, Pune.

Group Art Show

group art showEnjoy a group art show by artists Prachi and Anuradha at the Bliss Art Gallery. The two-week long event will highlight their take on spirituality as well as the regular mundaneness on canvas.

Date and Schedule:
19th July to 8th August, 9 am to 6 pm, at Bliss Art Gallery, Vimal Kunj Society, Koregaon Park, East, Pune.

Karishma Rajan
Karishma Rajan
Fun-loving and carefree, Karishma likes to live in the moment and take life as it comes. Biking adventures, good food and inappropriate humour get her going and she blogs about her food and travel experiences on the The First Fork. A Mass Comm student from Symbiosis in Pune, Karishma is half a Bangalorean at heart, and fantasizes about going hitchhiking around the galaxy one day.