The first weekend of 2020 is here. If you thought the party season is over, you’re wrong. We plan to keep the party going, and to do that, we’ve found some awesome things to do this weekend in Delhi. From fun workshops for kids to an intriguing opera performance, the first weekend of the decade is truly action-packed.
Check out this list of events in Delhi to have an epic weekend.
1. Winter wonderland workshop for kids
Take your kids for a fun winter workshop full of activities they’ll love and cherish. They can participate in adventurous games and make their own Olaf. Call 9818076140, 9891135332 or 9971133616 for more information on this workshop. You can also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Venue: Play Shack, A-9, Gujranwala Town, Part-I, G.T. Karnal Road
Date: January 5
2. Daughters Opera
A performance by international artists from various countries, Daughters Opera addresses gender violence through Portuguese Fado music and live electronics. This promises to be a powerful show, highlighting an issue that transcends borders. Click here for more information and to book passes.
Venue: Black Box Okhla, A 68, Okhla Industrial Area Phase II
Date: January 3-5
Time: 4pm and 8pm
3. Shunya – A Journey, An Exhibition of Paintings by Rita Jhunjhunwala and Photographs by Shreekant Somany
A unique exhibition showcasing a journey undertaken by two artists, this event is a collection of over 60 works of art by Rita Jhunjhunwala and Shreekant Somany. Wander through the streets of Benaras and the mountains of Ladakh as this exhibition takes you on a fascinating trip. Click here for more information.
Venue: Bikaner House, Pandara Road, India Gate
Date: January 4-7
4. Delhi Comedy Festival
Attend an extravagant gala featuring some of the best comedians in the country. The Delhi Comedy Festival begins this weekend and features artistes like Anirban Dasgupta, Prashasti Singh, Sonali Thakker and many more. Click here for more information and to book tickets.
Venue: Kamani Auditorium, Copernicus Marg, Janpath
Date: January 3
5. Tribute to RD Burman
If you’re a fan of RD Burman’s music, you will love this event. Performed by various artists, this evening is a tribute to Pancham Da. Bring the whole family and enjoy some delightful classics. Click here to book tickets.
Venue: India Islamic Cultural Centre, Lodhi Road
Date: January 4
6. Doodle Art Workshop
Learn and enjoy a new skill with this doodle workshop. Being held in Lodhi Garden, this event is the perfect way to spend a lazy winter morning in the sun. This workshop is suitable for beginners, admirers of art, and children above the age of 12. Click here to book a spot.
Venue: Lodhi Garden
Date: January 4
7. 40 Milliseconds by David Soin Tappeser
Spanning 15 hours, 48 minutes, or the average duration that a human is awake, this performance is based on a really unique concept and draws on the principle of exhaustion. Along with musical conversations with musicians from different backgrounds, this musical performance will showcase a range of genres, from Hindustani classical to electronic acoustic music. Click here for more information.
Venue: Goethe-Institut/Max Mueller Bhavan, 3, KG Marg, HC Mathur Lane
Date: January 4
Time: 8am onwards