Tickets Rs 200/-(per show), Season Tickets Rs 500/-(for 3 shows)
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SmaranniK Theatre Festival 2014
SmaranniK, a registered Bengali theatre group of Bengaluru was formed in 2nd June, 2012. In two years, SmaranniK produced 3 full-length plays, organized 1 theatre festival, received nearly 20 rave reviews from FEMINA, THE HINDU, THE STATESMAN, DESH, ABP etc. and was invited to 3 International and National Theatre Festivals.
And now, on the occasion of their second year anniversary, SmaranniK cordially invites all heatre-lovers to their second theatre festival in Bengaluru - SmaranniK Theatre Festival 2014.
Tickets – Rs 200/-(per show), Season Tickets – Rs 500/-(for 3 shows); available at K.C. Das (Church Street), Bancharam (Koramangala / Cambridge Layout / Marathahalli). Telebooking: 9741408132 / 9739441244. Online booking:indianstage.in / bookmyshow.com
August 2 (SAT) 3:30 PM
Directed by Sayandeb Bhattacharya
This is a SmaranniK production.
The play brings out the idiosyncrasies of our so-called ''sophisticated'' society, using apt comedies and sharp characters that are bound to trigger questions on faith, liberty, and truth.
“Drishtikanya depicts a universal truth. The play is a telling account of how truth is often compromised to keep up the pretence of a sophisticated society.” THE HINDU
August 2 (SAT) 7:00 PM
Performed & Directed by Debsankar Halder
As the name aptly suggests, Barnaparichay significantly depicts the various colors of life and the people around it in the backdrop of Holi. Needless to say, the versatile performance by the veteran Debsankar Halder adds more color to the play.
"If any of the young Turks deserves to be at the centre of such an endeavor, it’s Debsankar" -
August 3 (SUN) 3:30 PM & 6:30 PM (double show)
Directed by Meghnad Bhattacharya
This is a Sayak (Kolkata) production
Pinki and Buli are two teenagers who are from two totally different parts of society. Pinki is privileged and Buli isn't, but she is gifted. While they learn from each other and about each other, their families are shaken. What becomes of them? Watch the play.
“What fascinated the viewers was the way Meghnad Bhattacharya created the story to happen on the stage. Meghnad had done magic!” Dr. Subroto Ghosh