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Soulful Events - Week 1 March '23

Events for the 1st week of March '23
Soulful Events - Week 1 March '23

Welcome to another edition of the Soulful Events newsletter! We bring you activities and events that nourish your soul.


Film and Theater

Chhayaankan - The Management of Shadows - Wed, 1st Mar’23

This documentary is a series of interviews with these 14 cinematographers, on a variety of profession-related subjects and issues, with questions that are relatable to everyone in a creative field. It is the first documentary of its kind, covering subjects that are often and almost everyone in this film has never ever been interviewed before, with the depth and honesty you will experience when you watch the film.

Blackout - Thu, 2nd Mar’23

`Black Out` a play with a comical take on the otherwise mundane lives of an 80s householdAn epic comical play having many characters with many traits. The play portrays many facets like romance, swindling, flirtatious sarcasm and many more.The play uplifts how characters change the situation according to their needs, resulting into a lasting laughter journey.

Adishakti Production's BALI - Fri, 3rd Mar’23 - Sun, 5th Mar’23

The Play draws upon events in the Ramayana leading up to the epic battle between the brothers, Bali and Sugreeva. It is an encounter marked with resentment, pluckiness and subterfuge and Ram’s cloak and dagger complicity in Bali’s death. It raises questions about moral ambiguity, irrevocably blurring the line between the heroic and the iniquitous.The Play uses traditional methods from folk theatre to create moments of comic relief.The Play alternates between high drama and pathos and humour with a contemporary spiel.

MINDful Cinema (Movie screening of "My Sister") - Sat, 4th Mar’23On 4th March

Lahe Lahe screen movie "Sister" After Susan is tragically widowed, she can no longer care for Nikki, her delinquent daughter. Nikki is sent to live with her brother Billy, and the two begin forging a healthy bond. After the movie, there will be a facilitated discussion around "Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder"

(A) maya- Indo Spanish Theatre Performance - Sat, 4th Mar’23 & Sun, 5th Mar’23

(A) maya is the odyssey of two people reminding us that not all who wander are lost. The show engages the viewer on how one's baggage or experiences can mould the forward journey of oneself. Through the realm of physical and visual theatre, Amaya articulates the persistence of going forward.

Tughlaq - Tue, 7th Mar’23

TUGHLAQ is a play about the turbulent rule of Mohammed Bin Tughlaq. The protagonist, Tughlaq had great Ideas and a grand vision, but his reign was an abject failure. Tughlaq was known for his reformist ideas, one of which was shifting the capital from Delhi to Daulatabad in order to have a capital that is in the center of his province. This play covers the consequences that followed this decision. The play dramatically highlights the importance of credibility and authenticity for a leader. The play outline his clover plots to eliminate his opponents and ends with scenes of utter chaos and misery in the kingdom and Tughlaq is being left alone, having been abandoned by those who survived him.

Kannada Play ``Kaaya`` - Wed, 8th Mar’23 - Thu, 9th Mar’23

Kaaya is a devised theatre performance inspired by the vachanas of the 12th-century feminist poet Akkamahadevi. The work brings together text, movement, and music to create visual poetry. The performers use their bodies and voice to create landscapes that bring to life the spiritual, political, and philosophical questions that Akkamahadevi articulated through her vachanas


An Evening of French Choral Music - Gabriel Fauré Requiem - Thu, 2nd Mar’23

The subtlety of Fauré’s music, and his concentration on the small-scale, led many to criticize him for lacking depth, a judgement based on the mistaken premise that the bigger and bolder a composer’s music, the more worthwhile it must be. Fauré deliberately avoided the grander kind of orchestral music that could easily have brought him fame and fortune. He preferred instead to embrace an elegant and subtle musical language that has won him increasing numbers of admirers, particularly as a composer of songs, a genre in which he is now recognized as a master.

As a Stranger I Came… - Fri, 3rd Mar’23

Winterreise is a memory piece, the internal monologue of a man who has returned to the town where he first fell in love, who, as he wanders presently in the cold of winter, his tears freezing as they fall on his cheeks, recalls a life of what might have been. True to the Romantic Era, each of the 24 songs in the cycle is its own  psychological treatise and reflection of the human experience in our natural world.

Melange - Sun, 5th Mar’23

A musical melange of different musical forms and instruments. 5th March (Sunday), 6:30 - 8:30 PM. 1. Hindustani Classical and semi-classical (sitar) - Anindya Bannerjee 2. Folk and popular numbers (vocal) - Ranitendranath Tagore 3. Instrumental medley (flute) - Krishna Gopal Bhowmick. Accompanied by Priyobroto Goswami (tabla), Nilanjan Sen (Keyboard)


Gaga/dancers & dance jam workshop - Thu, 2nd Mar’23 - Fri, 3rd Mar’23

Gaga/dancers deepens dancers’ awareness of physical sensations, expands their palette of available movement options, enhances their ability to modulate their energy and engage their explosive power, and enriches their movement quality with a wide range of textures. The classes are built on the same principles as Gaga/people classes but also employ the specific vocabulary and skills that are part and parcel of a dancer’s knowledge. The layering of familiar skills with Gaga tasks presents dancers with fresh challenges, and throughout the class, teachers prompt the dancers to visit more unfamiliar places and ways of moving as well, unlocking the endlessness of possibilities. Dancers are guided to connect their effort to pleasure and to discover the virtue of silliness.

Private: Saturday Sundowner Ecstatic Dance - Sat, 4th Mar’23

You’ll be guided on a journey of self-discovery as you lose yourself in the music and find freedom on the dance floor. Learn a form of free flow dancing that requires no choreography!

Tango Night with Shakthi - Sat, 4th Mar’23

What To Expect: lessons are perfect to get fit, have fun, learn fast and be the Star of your party. An effective teaching format gets you dancing in a short time. 1 person, 1 couple or a small group to make sure everyone gets personal attention. No dance experience is necessary, no need to have a dance partner to attend the lesson.

Gaga/people - Sat, 4th Mar’23 & Sun, 5th Mar’23

Gaga/dancers deepens dancers’ awareness of physical sensations, expands their palette of available movement options, enhances their ability to modulate their energy and engage their explosive power, and enriches their movement quality with a wide range of textures. The classes are built on the same principles as Gaga/people classes but also employ the specific vocabulary and skills that are part and parcel of a dancer’s knowledge. The layering of familiar skills with Gaga tasks presents dancers with fresh challenges, and throughout the class, teachers prompt the dancers to visit more unfamiliar places and ways of moving as well, unlocking the endlessness of possibilities. Dancers are guided to connect their effort to pleasure and to discover the virtue of silliness.

Cultural Activities

Karaoke Night - Thu, 2nd Mar’23

At K-OS Gamebar’s Karaoke Night, expect a vibrant and lively atmosphere with a diverse selection of songs to choose from. Whether you’re a seasoned karaoke pro or a first-timer, KJ Sudeshna and the supportive crowd will make sure you have a blast. Sip on delicious drinks and snack on tasty treats while you belt out your favorite tunes and make unforgettable memories. Get ready to sing your heart out and have an unforgettable night!

Chronicles of Ancient Glory - The Life & Times of Rajaraja & the Cholas - Fri, 3rd Mar’23

Kamini Dandapani, in her new book Rajaraja Chola: King of Kings, explores the man behind the larger-than-life image of Rajaraja and the milieu in which he reigned. It goes into every aspect of Chola society—the place of women, the flowering of culture, including the making of exquisite Chola bronzes, the spread of religion, and the lives of ordinary people. She will be in conversation with Devi Yesodharan.

Kuchh Ishq Kuchh Kaam - Sat, 4th Mar’23

This evening is dedicated to the legend Urdu/Hindi/Hindustani poetry that remained immortal through time.  Join us in a vibrant euphoria of a poetic genius - Kuch Ishq, Kuch Kaam. Performed by Wills Docker & Shounak.

Compiling the Kalaikkalanjiyam - Sat, 4th Mar’23

In the age of Wikipedia, it has been forgotten how important the Encyclopaedia Britannica once was in the mind of the English-reading Indian. Seen as the supreme repository of knowledge, it was also a status symbol sought as bookshelf adornment. What most people do not know at all is how an intrepid band of Tamil intellectuals, inspired seventy-five years ago by the Britannica, decided to create an encyclopaedia in their own language. They felt a linguistic system as advanced as theirs, with a literary history stretching two millennia, needed to showcase its civilisational achievement: it was imperative that Tamil boast its own encyclopaedia. The odds against realising this ideal were impossible. And yet the project of compiling the Kalaikkalanjiyam – the Tamil Encyclopaedia – began and was soon unstoppable.

Rescuing an Empire - The Times of Madhavrao Peshwa - Sun, 5th Mar’23

In his most recent non-fiction book, Uday S Kulkarni documents the twelve year period after the third battle of Panipat, when the loss resulted in regression of the Maratha power. The sixteen year old Madhavrao assumed the post of Peshwa and in his short tenure faced invasions from without and dissent and discord within his kingdom and even his own family. The English power meanwhile advanced further from Bengal towards Benaras and Allahabad after the battle of Buxar. With over 1300 references, several appendices, unpublished documents, footnotes, and genealogies, the book outlines the life and times of Madhavrao Peshwa.Personal Development & Soul Nourishment

Embrace the Shadow - Sat, 4th Mar’23

An event to help us love the most unloved parts of ourselves and embrace that which we may want to ignore but that which secretly runs our life, work, relationships and all decisions. Come and experience a meditative sound bath journey to come more in love with your inner darkness and embrace the opposite aspects of you into oneness.

Resilience Primal Flow - Sat, 4th Mar’23

Take your fitness beyond boring exercises and just building muscle, in this event we explore a variety of specific forms and moves that have been designed based on some of most practical and impactful methods. We take inspiration from yoga, from martial arts, from classical dance and even from the 5000 year old Chinese practices of Qi-Gong & Tai Chi; to create this holistic approach to fitness. Entire focus is to help you achieve overall health, wellness and make the most of this physical form.

Money Webinar for Women - Sat, 4th Mar’23

Whether it is going for your favourite product on sale or renting a house, as a woman you make decisions involving money directly or indirectly, EVERY SINGLE DAY of your life. Like it or not, these decisions ultimately impact your store of wealth. (There’s no use trying to escape managing money). So might as well learn to make an informed choice.

Transform Relationships at Work - Sat, 4th Mar’23

If you are someone who has been struggling with relationships & experiencing tough environment at workplace, this workshop is for you! We often seek for help from our friends or colleagues who are in similar situation but find no real solution for our problems at work. Most times we love doing our work but the environment makes it difficult to perform our best and then we switch organisation after organisation to find similar situation at the next job.

Tree Walk with A Green Venture - Sun, 5th Mar’23

Starting near Mahalakshmi metro station and ending at a Farmers' Market in Bangalore Creative Circus, where we will have an art activity with the fallen treasures that we will collect on the walk!Hidden in plain sight in the urban sprawl of Yeshwantpur, are green giants that make namma ooru greener and help us breathe better. Join the tree walk to learn how to identify trees, their histories and origins, interesting myths and stories, and more, to get us closer to our city's green heritage.

ROOH - Chakra Healing Workshop - Mon, 6th Mar’23 - Sun, 12th Mar’23

A 7 days deep dive into bringing our awareness to each of the chakras and connecting with them on a holistic level. The workshop will include elements of Reiki Cleanse, Crystal Guided Meditation, Breath Work, Oracle Reading, Intuitive Journaling ,Basic theory about the chakras to ground our learning about the system.

Listener's Circle - Select Edition 50 - Sat, 4th Mar’23

An opportunity to open your heart and express yourself in a non-judgmental and non-interefering space. It can be considered to be a therapy space to release that which cannot generally express, it can be something difficult and can be your joyous and intimate expressions. All expressions are welcome.


Texture painting on canvas - Sat, 4th Mar’23

Use your hands and your creativity and paint an amazing masterpiece on canvas using texture and acrylic paints. What will you learn? Learn how to paint on canvas. Learn how to create beautiful texture painting. Mix different mediums and create depth in your painting. Use colors such as gold to create contrast in the texture painting. Create beautiful artwork on a canvas.

Acrylic painting on canvas (Buddha) workshop - Sat, 4th Mar’23

Learn how to paint Buddha on canvas using acrylic paints. What will you learn? Learn how to paint on canvas. Using acrylic paint. Creating a beautiful abstract art

Kalaatma - Stories from the soul of art - Sat, 4th Mar’23

The soul of art holds the reigns of transformation to break stereotypes and embrace inclusivity. In its soul one can dare to dream. Kalaatma aims to explore this power through stories real and fictional. Storytellers Meera Venkatesan, Lavanya Prasad, Anagha Prasad and Ramya Srinidhi unravel the tales of the power of art through music, narrative, dance and visual art.

Paint Bar - Guided Painting Workshop - Sat, 4th Mar’23

Hey there! Looking to do something super fun and new on weekends? Come by and paint with us at Paint Bar!With step by step instructions and all materials provided, we make it easy for you to paint, even if you have never painted before!

Wall as your Canvas - Sat, 4th Mar’23

Over the course of 7 hours, you'll be able to learn the basics of wall paintings including the kind of paints to use and unconventional methods to get textures, get Polaroids of your painting session and take home memories with other like minded people, and the fact that you made the world that much brighter.

Are You Really Tasting Your Coffee? - Sat, 4th Mar’23

This workshop will help you: – Learn the basics of specialty coffee – Understand the coffee-tasting SCAA Flavor Wheel – Distinguish between aromas, flavors & tasting notes of different coffees – Score specialty coffee.

Paint Together with your loved one - Sat, 4th Mar’23

Come together with your loved one and enjoy writing through art. Not all things can be expressed in words, some things need arts or even hugs! Well, hugs we can do on our own, let us help you enjoy expressing through art!

Fun and Board Games

Stage Izz Yours - Open Mic - Sun, 5th Mar’23

As an artist - If you are looking for a place to share your poetry, perform your music, try out your comedy set or share a story, this event is for you. We have spots for around 25+ artists to perform for max 4 minutes each.Sign-ups are first come first serve basis.As an audience - if you are someone who loves to enjoy some original, raw art, do join us to witness some great performances from budding artists across the city.

Morning Raag with Amrutha Venkatesh - Sun, 5th Mar’23

The concert will be a vocal solo by Amrutha Venkatesh in which she will present an eclectic mix of Ragas, some of them Morning Ragas.A wholesome variety awaits those who attend the concert. It will be an interesting selection of compositions of various composers, some in tune with daybreak, some peppy and toe-tapping, some contemplative and some that the audience will love to hear over and over again.

Paint Bar - Guided Painting Workshop - Sun, 5th Mar’23

Hey there! Looking to do something super fun and new on weekends? Come by and paint with us at Paint Bar!With step by step instructions and all materials provided, we make it easy for you to paint, even if you have never painted before!

Scripting Modernity With Metal Type - Part of the Series ‘Design History Now’ - Sun, 5th Mar’23

The dawn of literary modernity and linguistic movements in the early 20th century brought Indian scripts and languages to the forefront of the national question. A national script had to be standardized, uniform, legible, and easy to print and circulate. The printing process and needs of a modern language had to be balanced with centuries of tradition and written practice. The reshaping of the contours of metal type, the radical invention of the typewriter, and political script reform movements all affected how languages were written and printed. These debates around script reckoned with both the past, and visions of the future.

Farmers' Market - Sun, 5th Mar’23

Bangalore Creative Circus presents to you the 14th edition of our monthly Farmers’ Market! As always, we are excited to host local farmers and producers selling fresh fruits and veggies, homemade pickles and jams, vegan desserts, traditional games, pet food, and more.

Screening the much-acclaimed The Wisdom Of Trauma starring Dr Gabor Maté - Sun, 5th Mar’23

Trauma, often the invisible force shaping our health and our lives, is not spoken of enough directly in the climate conversations. Yet it is our deepest woundings, individual and collective, that often shape and affect the way we see the world, and engage in relationship with ourselves, those (human and more-than-human beings) around us and the planet at large. How might we shape a trauma-informed society and cultivate a sensitivity to truly understand the roots of our incongruent and damaging behaviours, extractive systems and alienating cultures?

Board Gaming Meet - Sun, 5th Mar’23

Mix of all sorts of board games and people— strategic, social, casual & fun, the serious gamer, all of it!

Trippink Open Mic - Sun, 5th Mar’23

You could spend some time getting a beautiful design and be lured by music all at the same time, in the same place!

Kinvah Wine Tour - Fri, 3rd Mar’23, Sat, 4th Mar’23, Sun, 5th Mar’23

Experience a guided tour of the Kivah Vineyards in Nandi Valley with various activities held during a 3-4 hour span.

Weekend Breakfast Celebration - Sun, 5th Mar’23

What To Expect: Have a delicious English breakfast platter Customize your platter according to your taste Enjoy the “ALL-DAY” breakfast experience

The Panini Masterclass Series - The Linguist. The Grammar. The Language Machine - Sun, 5th Mar’23 - Tue, 7th Mar’23

Pāṇini was a Sanskrit grammarian who gave a comprehensive and scientific theory of phonetics, phonology, and morphology. This lecture series is aimed at introducing one of the intellectual giants of ancient India and his unique contribution to the history of linguistics.

Women's day special- Art Party - Sun, 5th Mar’23 - Wed, 8th Mar’23

Learn how to paint on canvas, Alcohol ink on a coaster - Creating a beautiful abstract art - Decoupage on a wooden coaster (1 coaster 4-inch diameter) - Explore the art of decoupage

Regular Weekly Events

Shoonya Cover Corner - Tue, 28th Feb’23 - Tue, 26th Dec’23 (Every Tuesday)

Are you ready to sing along to your favourite songs? Look no further than the "Shoonya Cover Corner" open mic! Come and listen to the best cover songs from the most talented artists in town. Get ready to sing and dance to your favourite hits!

Pottery Workshop at Lahe Lahe - Wed, 1st Mar’23 - Fri, 31st Mar’23 (Tuesday to Sunday, Every Week)

Pottery Workshops for Skillbuilding and Therapy!

Trying your hand at pottery will not only help you build up a skill during these difficult times but be of great therapeutic help - the need of the hour. Learn Hand-building and how to throw a pot on the Potter's Wheel.

Music Jam - Wed, 1st Mar’23 - Wed, 29th Mar’23 (Every Wednesday)

Every Wednesday we gather in a circle as if around a Bonfire at the end of a busy day... We pull out our instruments and warm up our voices... the sounds come up slowly… and Magic!

Bring your positive energy and your voice for a soulful evening of music.

Bachata Dance Workshop - Wed, 1st Mar’23 - Fri, 21st Apr’23 (Every Wednesday & Friday)

Come and learn the authentic and lively style of Dominican Bachata. This workshop is perfect for those who are new to Latin dance and want to learn from the basics.

Coaster Painting Workshop - Wed, 1st Mar’23 - Wed, 31st Apr’23 (Every Wednesday & Thursday)

Always wanted to try your hand at painting? Or just haven't painted in a while? This workshop is perfect for you. Learn the art of canvas painting. Perfect for beginners and folks who have never painted before. Learn how to paint on wood Using acrylic paint. Creating a beautiful landscape on a wooden coaster.

Listener's Circle - Thu, 2nd Mar’23 - Thu, 13th Apr’23 (Every Thursday)

Listener`s Circle is a safe space for people to come and share their woes and worries, with an empathetic group of people who will work as a support group. Listener`s Circle provides a judgment free, and empathetic environment for anyone who needs to get a weight off of their chests.

Shoonya Original Voices - Thu, 2nd Mar’23 - Thu, 14th Dec’23 (Every Thursday)

Are you ready to hear some fresh, new and original voices? Look no further than the "Shoonya Original Voices" open mic! Come and listen to the best original songs, poetry and storytelling from the most talented artists in town. Who knows, you might even discover your new favorite artist.

Mini Canvas Painting Workshop at JP Nagar - Fri, 3rd Mar’23 - Fri, 24th Mar’23 (Every Friday)

Always wanted to try your hand at painting? Or just haven't painted in a while? This workshop is perfect for you. Learn the art of canvas painting. Learn how to paint on canvas. Using acrylic paint. Creating a beautiful landscape on canvas using acrylic paints.

Shuffle Dance Workshops - Fri, 3rd Mar’23 - Fri, 31st Mar’23 (Every Friday)

Shuffle Dance or "Cutting Shapes" as it is sometimes called, is characterized by quick and slick footwork, danced to the latest EDM music.It’s a fun and upbeat dance that has many mental and physical health benefits.In this course, you`ll be guided through the techniques of shuffle dancing in a methodical way, so that you can master them and dance up a storm.Be prepared to WOW your friends on the dance floor!

Truly Open - Sat, 4th Mar’23 - Sat, 15th Apr’23 (Every Saturday)

The stage is all set to showcase the artist in you, be it music, poetry, comedy, drama, stand-up, painting, dancing or any other form of arts.

Canvas painting workshop for kids - Sat, 4th Mar’23 - Sat, 29th Apr’23 (Alternate Saturday)

What will the kids learn? Learn how to paint on canvas. Using acrylic paint. Color blocking.

Painting for Kids - Sat, 4th Mar’23 - Sat, 25th Mar’23 (Every Saturday)

Lahe Lahe will be conducting live art together under my guidelines where this time kids will get to paint on canvas.

Pottery Workshop for Kids at Lahe Lahe - Sat, 4th Mar’23 - Sat, 25th Mar’23 (Every Saturday)

An Experience not to be missed by your kid, to be in connect with the earth, to play with clay, let`s open their ideation & creativity with the most beautiful art form of pottery.

This workshop helps them to understand the feel of natural clay, hand-building techniques like pinching, coiling & slab making.

Jagriti Open Mic Saturdays - Sat, 4th Mar’23 - Sat, 24th Jun’23 (Every Saturday)

If you’ve wanted a place to share your poetry, perform your music, try out your comedy set, tell a story you wrote, or just try something out in front of a live audience, the Jagriti Open Mic is for you!Anything that can be performed with one mic or less is welcome - comedy, music, poetry, etc. No prior experience required and all languages welcome. We have 15 performance spots of 5 minutes each. Time permitting, an additional two spots may be made available. Sign ups are first come, first serve, at the venue and begin at 5 pm.

Ghumakkad Kavita - Every first Saturday of the month

Ghumakkad Kavita presents the 14th edition of Kavita Junction - Hindustani poetry recital session at Lahe Lahe. We invite you to immerse in the soul-stirring world of diverse and new Hindustani poems.

Saaz 51-54 : A Musical Evening by Lahe Lahe - Sun, 5th Mar’23 - Sun, 2nd Apr’23 (Every first Sunday of the month)

Welcome to an evening of music! Come along as Lahe Lahe hosts 2 amazing singers/ bands from Bangalore and get mesmerized with their music ! Each performer/ band performs their music, shares their experience of how they got into music, shares their inspirations and gets candid. The audience gets to interact, questions and more… That’s not all, there will also be 3 minutes of open mic. You. Your music. A receptive audience. Sounds good?

Salsa and Bachata with Motley Dance Company - Sun, 5th Mar’23 - Sun, 26th Mar’23 (Every Sunday)

Have you ever dreamt to move your hips like Cuban Salsa stars?

Here is your chance to get things started with the help of a great Indian Salsera : Minoti Ramachandra and Khushboo from the Motley Dance Company.

Painting with Acrylic - Sun, 5th Mar’23 - Sun, 26th Mar’23 (Every Sunday)

Grab this chance to showcase your talent and perform in front of a love audience! Don't want to perform? Bring your energy and support to cheer on the talented artists taking the stage! Let's meetup and vibe over an art filled evening.

Bharathanatyam Brunch - Sun, 5th Mar’23 - Sun, 31st Dec’23 (Every Sunday)

Bharathanatyam Brunch is a durational session hosted by Nirali and Shoonya, facilitated by Priyanka Chandrasekhar. The session is a platform for inter-disciplinary collaboration, and exchange where we make space for creative improvisation, personal reflection, experiments with body technique, questioning and experiential engagement with the arts. Though largely it is a movement based session, we welcome people from fully different professions and practitioners of all and any kind of art form. We are also open to any kind of engagement. Participants could just observe the session or talk to us, move, question, bring your own work and practice alongside or even facilitate. Conversation during the session range from World politics to deeply personal stories interspersed with a lot of fun, games and sweat. We encourage you to bring your whole selves, with honesty and curiosity.

Chai Pe Charcha - Mon, 6th Mar’23 - Mon, 10th Apr’23 (Every Monday)

Sit around a table, in a cozy little space and enjoy a cup of Chai while connecting with people through heart to hearts and other touching conversations. It's a cozy little meetup for people who just want to get to know others and have good conversations. If you want to make new friends over Chai, come join us... For Chai Pe Charcha.

Travel Tuesday - Tue, 7th Mar’23 - Tue, 18th Apr’23 (Every Tuesday)

Join us to meet other travelers and listen to their stories (max 3 mins each) and share yours. ✈️🌍You will get to know the theme only once you reach the venue. 😊At the end, everyone will get to vote anonymously for their favorite story (no, you can't vote your own story).

Write Out Loud #271-283 - Tue, 7th Mar’23 - Tue, 28th Mar’23 (Every Tuesday)

Lahe Lahe brings to you an evening of soul on paper.Every Tuesday we're bringing to you a heart-plucking session of poetry, and good company.Welcoming you all and looking forward to an amazing evening of poetry!!Every week we recite poetry on a theme they would have fixed last week or if not, you can recite any of your poem you would like to share or even a poem you like with credits to the poet. Also we have poet of the week where we talk about the poet and his works.

Regular Art Classes at BCC -  Every Saturday

The class includes a variety of mediums, like acrylic painting, oil painting, watercolour, charcoal, pencil and pen sketching, colour pencils, soft pastels and a lot more. You will be guided through each of these mediums in the level that you are at. The classes will be taught using a wide range of creative exercises and activities. You will be encouraged to develop and follow your own style and creativity, while learning the skills needed to do so.

Did you enjoy any event you visited last week? Or is there an event you wished to have been included in the newletter? Leave a comment to let us know.