Events to Attend this Week (24/3/2016-31/3/2016)

From a brilliant heritage photowalk to an adaptation of Shakespeare's play and a photography exhibition. Here are the events you can attend this week.

1. The Humayun’s Tomb and Sunder Nursery Heritage and Birding Photowalk – New Delhi

Humayun’s Tomb

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A guided photography and heritage walk tour covering the UNESCO World Heritage site, Humayun’s Tomb, and a 16th-century heritage garden complex, the Sunder Nursery. The walk starts at the entrance of the Humayun’s Tomb and includes fundamental theory lessons on the basics of photography. Carry your DSLR or point and shoot camera. More details.

WHEN: March 26

WHERE: Entrance of the Humayun’s Tomb

2. I Don’t Like It. As You Like It – Mumbai


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This play is an adaptation of Shakespeare’s comedy, As You Like It. Prior to this, Rajat Kapoor has directed adaptations of three Shakespearean tragedies. The artists include Aadar Malik, Cyrus Sahukar, Faezeh Jalali, Joy Fernandes, Rytasha Rathore, Shruti Vyas, and Vinay Pathak. More details.

WHEN: March 25-26

WHERE: St. Andrews Auditorium

3. Katha Koli: Story Telling Weekend Workshop – Kolkata


These weekend workshops will include sessions in storytelling, writing, performance art, video art, etc. Certificates will be given out on completion of the workshop and assignments. More details.

WHEN: March 26

WHERE: The Old House, Chowringhee Road

4. Faces and Forces of the Indian Woman – Hyderabad


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The ongoing photography exhibition started on March 19. It is open and free to everyone on all days except for Sundays and public holidays. Goethe-Zentrum Hyderabad is celebrating International Women’s Day by dedicating the month of March to women. More details.

WHEN: March 24-31

WHERE: Goethe Zentrum, Journalist’s Colony

5. Born From Nature – Goa


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With an underlying theme of nature, this is an exhibition of wood, clay and glass art. The featured artists include Sandeep Manchekar, Verodina Desousa, Ramdas Gadekar, Nandini Datta, Anjali Mohite Aney and Celio Mascarenhas. More details.

WHEN: March 24-31

WHERE: Carpe Diem Art Cafe

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