India Today - - SIMPLY HYDERABAD -

NOVEM­BER 18 -19

Take a thrill pill

If you en­joy hor­ror films, check out Cur­tain Call Pro­duc­tions’ lat­est play, No Heaven that of­fers spe­cial ef­fects with 4D (four di­men­sional) el­e­ments. Set in a Euro­pean town in the 1960s, the play re­volves around a cou­ple who move into a haunted house. At Sri Satya Sai Niga­mam, Sri­na­gar Colony

Tel 9000537703


Stage whis­pers

En­roll in the two-day the­atre work­shop, First Rush pre­sented by the group Evam En­ter­tain­ment Pvt Ltd that prom­ises to teach you stage skills and how to cre­ate a pro­duc­tion from scratch. The work­shop will be on from 10 am to 6 pm. At Tar­naka Wel­fare As­so­ci­a­tion, Street No 19, Lane 3, Tar­naka, Se­cun­der­abad Tel 09940438669


No Child’s Play

Cel­e­brate Chil­dren’s Day and the spirit of child­hood with the Hy­der­abad Chil­dren’s The­atre Fes­ti­val pre­sented by Vaishali Bisht’s The­atre Work­shop. The fes­ti­val will show­case pro­duc­tions by dif­fer­ent the­atre groups from Mum­bai be­sides the pre­miere of Rud­yard Ki­pling’s The Jun­gle Book. At Shilp­kala Vedika, Mad­ha­pur Tel 9948823438


Wo­man power

Treat your­self to an en­rich­ing the­atre ex­pe­ri­ence with the Qadir Ali Baig The­atre Fes­ti­val. It is go­ing to be an all women di­rec­tors spe­cial show­cas­ing 200 the­atre per­son­al­i­ties in­clud­ing renowed ac­tors such as Tom Al­ter, Lilette Dubey, Joy Sen­gupta, Mita Vashisht, Usha Gan­guly and Sal­ima Raza. Per­for­mances will be held at six dif­fer­ent veneus across the city. the­atre­fes­ti­val@cineworksin­­di­

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