Top 5 picks at Kala Ghoda this weekend

Story telling
At the release of Deepa Balsavar’s Round and Round Books you can listen to acclaimed storyteller Jeeva Raghunath tell a story that has no beginning, no end, no first or last page and no text. There are merely pictures that tell many stories.

On Today, 4 pm to 5 pm
At Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, Fort.

Break into dance

UK’s leading B-Boying dance company, Champloo presents White Caps, a multimedia dance presentation that follows the journey of two young men as they embark on an epic and gruelling personal adventure. The show integrates lyrical film with explosive breakdance moves.

On Today, 8.45 pm to 9.45 pm
At Cross Maidan, Fort.

Chit-chat with Bajpeyi

Witness an evening of book reading, poetry and some serious discussion with Sahitya Akademi Award winning author, poet and critic, Ashok Bajpeyi. Some of his popular works include Ek Patang Anant Mein, Agar Itne Se, Tatpurush, etc and essays like Philhaal.

On February 10,
5.45 pm to 6.45 pm
At David Sassoon Library Garden.

Street performance
String puppets, Nat acrobatics and more

Catch puppeteer Amar Singh Rathore take you through the magical journey of Dholkiwala, Bahurupia, Pattebaz, Anarkali and Jaadugar followed by a special show of Nat acrobats

On February 10, 11 am onwards
At Rampart Row, Kala Ghoda, Fort.

Anhey Ghorey De Daan

Based on Punjabi novelist Professor Gurdial Singh’s novel, this film directed by Gurvindar Singh tries to bring to screen the effect that years of subordination can bring to struggling masses.

On February 10, 11 am to 1 pm
At Max Mueller Bhavan, Kala Ghoda, Fort.

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