With July comes the monsoon with heavy rains and wide smiles across people's faces. No matter if you’re in Mumbai, Delhi or somewhere else, the happiness and the joy of rains always remains untouched. Well if you’re a Delhiite or you’re visiting the city for a week or so, worry not we have got you covered. With these top-notch handpicked venues in the capital city of India, you can have the utmost joy of visiting these places with your friends and family and having a time worth remembering. Check these things to do in Delhi for some quality entertainment and to share some laughter with your close ones before resuming your work.

Adventure Island , Rohini: Adventure Island is a world class amusement park designed by internationally renowned design consultants and architects. Located opposite Rithala metro station of Rohini, Adventure Island is connected and accessible to all parts of the city through the Metro. This place is featuring this event called Click Art Museum, is a place with big pictures of optical illusions that will fill one's head with Idyllic creations. The participants will find themselves transformed into another world, probably re-born as Mona Lisa's guest or Atlas's Friend, A world of trick art!
Date: July 10- August 31, 2017

Akshara Theater The Akshara Theatre is an exquisite arts complex set in just under one acre of land in the heart of New Delhi. It has four performance spaces for live performances, equipped with the best lighting and sound equipment augmented a few years ago by a generous grant from the Government of Japan under its Cultural Grassroots Programme. This week it’s featuring The Half Fried Show – A Stand-Up Comedy Trial Show by Aakash Gupta which will make you laugh your guts out and enjoy this budding stand-up comedian and also celebrate the failure with him. So come check out one of the best places in Delhi if you’re in the mood to enjoy this weekend.
Date: July 16, 2017

Alliance Francaise : Delhi This top venue in Delhi is featuring Woody Allen’s humorous classic play 'Side Effects' this weekend. It is an Indian adaptation, inspired by three of his wittiest and funny stories; 'The Lunatics Tale', 'Retribution' and 'Remembering Needleman'. Dr Arup Dutt, a renowned surgeon of Delhi, was always a one-woman man, until his beloved Indrani started resembling his aunt. Watch him turn into a two-timing lunatic, braving the most common predicament, that afflicts a good many of us! Never being satisfied with a single member of the opposite sex, this roller coaster ride is for you to enjoy now!
Date: 23 July, 2017

Written By: Archit Chawla | Post Date: 10 July 2017



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