What makes Delhi such an amazing city to visit? Apart from everything that the city has to offer, it is the cultural manifestation of events that really gives you a worthwhile look at city's many cultural affiliations. So what are these events are cooking in Delhi? That's the question we will be answering in this very article.

Punchliners Stand-Up Comedy Show Feat. Anshu Mor at Zai, GK2
You've heard about folks who leave their corporate jobs to pursue a career as a stand-up comic. And, that is not so uncommon anymore. What about someone who quits his job as the head of X- Box to become a stand-up? That guy is Anshu Mor. He brings to the table a style that is uniquely his own. Are you ready for a clean and hilarious flavor of comedy?

6 Weeks Weekend Acting Workshop
Acting is no easy job but if you are passionate about it, then why not learn the ropes of the art from the best?
The weekend workshop is focused especially towards those who want to discover the hidden actor in them and aims to give them a foundation of acting skills thus allowing them to understand the techniques that are involved.
The workshop is designed keeping in mind weekly schedule of the participants involved and is catered towards students as well as professionals. 6 Weeks Weekend Acting Workshop is an ideal place to kick start your acting ambitions, so get booking.

Arijit Singh Live in Concert with European Symphony
Arijit Singh live-in-concert is enough to get people excited. What's even more exciting? Well, when Arijit Singh is live-in-concert in your city. Yes, that is exactly what's happening. Arijit Singh will be performing his best in unison with Grand Symphony Orchestra.
Not much is required to be said about the man as he has proven his mettle time and again with his melodious numbers.

A Custom Walk - Havelis and Mughlai Food of Old Delhi
You are invited to spend the evening at the 'Androon Shehr' (walled city) of Shahjahanabad. It is well known that Delhi served as the capital of several empires and owing to that, the Delhi that we have come to know today is a cultural blend of Hindu, British and Mughal Architecture. But that is not all! The tour will also give you a taste of the delightful non-vegetarian food and desserts that can only be experienced best in the city that we have come to know is 'Old Delhi'.
All of that seems exciting, right? What if we told you there's more? Just head to our website and book for the events that you like and explore many more.

Written By: Mansi Gupta | Post Date: 30 March 2017

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