Summer Activities for Kids in Bangalore : Part 1 – Indoor Fun

Summer Holidays stretch out ahead with parents stressing out on good summer camps, activities and outings with the kids. EventsHigh brings you an array of places to go, things to do and have fun as a family this summer!

Here’s Part 1 : Plays, Performances, Traditional Games,  Storytelling and Puppetry – Shows to enjoy by staying Indoors. Beat the Heat!

 


 

Local Nostalgia

When it comes to gaming, nothing can compete against the local fun-filled games.The lovely terrace of Kavade Attic, offers you some of these local games that will make you nostalgic. The digital games today might be good, but the local games we played during our childhood are the best. Grab your friends and visit this pace to relive your childhood and have a fun-filled gaming session. Bring out the hidden child in you and have a memorable time playing some of these classical games, such as Navakankari, Monopoly, Chennemane, Marbles, Vimanam and Cup and Ball (Kendama).

When:      Tue, 12 Apr 2016 Till Sat, 30 Apr | 11:00 AM, 1:00 PM, 3:00 PM. (Session Duration 2 hours)
Where:     Kavade ATTIC
Tickets:   ₹ 280.0 , Book Here.

 

 


 

 

Dhaatu Center for Sharing is organizing 4 Sundays of puppet shows and topic introductions about- Himalayas, Women of Mahabharata, Upanishad Stories and Bhaskaracharya’s Leelavathi (about Arithmetic)
When:    Sundays April 10th, 17th, 24th and May-1 |3:00 PM
Where:   Dhaatu Center For Sharing

Fee:       ₹ 2000 for a family of four or ₹ 600 per person- seasonal pass for all 4 shows.

 


One to One: Edgar Allan Poe & Mahasweta Devi

Solo performances based on Edgar Allan Poe , the pioneer of the horror story and the inventor of the detective fiction genre – The Raven, A requiem to lost love-Enacted by Aaryama Salim. The Tell-tale Heart, A journey into despair and loneliness. And Mahasweta Devi: Panchakanya, one of India’s foremost writers whose trenchant and powerful fiction. After Kurukshetra, a New Dawn…a reflection of the past, a preparation for the future…Life affirms itself- Enacted by Anita Salim.

When:      Fri, 15 Apr 2016 | 7:30 PM

Where:    Ranga Shankara

Tickets:   ₹ 200, Book Here.

 

 

 


 

Chaw Chaw Bath

Team a Productions brings the second edition of Chaw Chaw Bath that will entertain audience across various genres with 3 plays – Golmaal, Living it up & Munna Bhai Cricketer, Freedom- a monologue, original composition of songs by Akshat Mathur & Swatika Jotwani and storytelling by Ajay Gopal.

When:     Sun, 17 Apr 2016 | 5:00 PM & 7:30pm

Where:   Rangasthala Auditorium

Tickets:  ₹ 200, Book Here.

 

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Roundabout

Fun and frolic for the whole family. Two exciting solo performances. Designed and directed by Salim Ghouse. Orochi and Kaaliya: Enacted by Anita Salim. Based on Indian and Japanese mythology where the Gods and Demons battle within. But the human spirit overcomes all with a lightness of being. Old Lady and The Fly: Enacted by Aaryama Salim. Originally written by Rose Bonne and Alan Mills as a song, this folk poem has been dramatized for the child within us all, to enjoy fantasy with a lot of laughter.

When:     Sun, 17 Apr 2016 | 5:30 PM

Where:    Shoonya – Centre For Art And Somatic Practices

Tickets:   ₹ 150, Book Here.

 

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The Lime Diaries – Parents & Kids Special

We’re taking you back in time to reminisce your memories of travels with your family and encourage you to take at least one every year, just because – it’s an experience! It’s time to remind your family just how much fun spending your break together can be! The Lime Diaries, brought to you by Byond Travel, looks to rediscover the lost art of storytelling with quirky, funny and life-changing tales from the road.

When:    Sat, 16 Apr 2016  | 1:00 PM

Where:   The Humming Tree

Tickets:  FREE,  RSVP Here.

 

 


 

How Cow Now Cow

Set in a wonderful world that stretches far beyond a typical farm, the play which revolves around Rosamma the cow, with its non-judgmental tone and openness allows children to interpret the performance in several ways.

When :  Sun, 17 Apr | 4:00pm , 6:30pm

Where:  Jus’ Trufs

Tickets:  ₹ 200, Book Here.

 

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Folk Tales & Nature Tales

Story Time for Kids by Vikram Sridhar Folk Tales (11-12 am) and Nature Tales (5-6 pm).  ​Introduction to animal-based Board Games after both the sessions.

When:    Sun, 1 May 2016 | 11am & 5pm

Where:   Kavade ATTIC

Tickets:  ₹ 150.0 per session, Book Here.