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  • A Kushtia based troupe stages Nochhimoner Pala on Friday. — Snighdha Zaman

  • A scene from Shapmochan staged on Friday at the Bangladesh National Museum. — Snighdha Zaman

  • Artistes present a chorus at the programme. — Snighdha Zaman

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Nochhimoner Pala staged

A Kushtia based troupe stages Nochhimoner Pala on Friday. — Snighdha Zaman
The 5-day traditional theatre festival organised by Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy inaugurated through staging of a popular traditional performing art form pala by Salak Nochhimon Shilpi Goshthi on Friday at the Experimental Theatre Hall of the academy. Full story

Indian troupe stages Shapmochan

A scene from Shapmochan staged on Friday at the Bangladesh National Museum. — Snighdha Zaman
Indian troupe Diksha Manjari staged ‘Shapmochan’ choreographed by Kolkata based dancer Dona Ganguly, wife of former Indian cricket team captain Sourav Ganguly, in Odissi style on Friday. A packed audience at the Bangladesh National Museum enjoyed... Full story

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Daylong music programme held at Shilpakala

Artistes present a chorus at the programme. — Snighdha Zaman
Different cultural organisations of the country presented songs, at a day-long musical programme at the National Theatre Hall of Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy on Friday. The programme, organised by Bangladesh Sangeet Sanghatan Sammanoy Parishad... Full story

Dead Peacock features hypocrisy of aristocracy

A scene from Dead Peacock staged on Friday at Chhayanaut.
Charunirom staged experimental theatre Dead Peacock on Friday at Chhayanaut auditorium in dhanmondi. Eminent playwright Syed Samsul Haque’s English drama Dead Peacock, written in 1990s in English, has been translated into Bangla by him recently for... Full story

Docu on Pahela Baishakh premiered

A scene from the documentary.
Pahela Baishakh (the day of celebration), a documentary directed by Sanu Manik and Jafar Sadik Rumi, premiered on Friday at the Central Public Library Auditorium. The documentary highlights the significance of the day for both urban and village people, as well... Full story


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