Five point someone – Last 4 shows in Bangalore

Chennai based theatre group Evam will be presenting ‘Five Point Someone’ based on Chetan Bhagat’s bestseller with the same name.
Date: Saturday, 12th April and Sunday, 13th April
Time: 3.30 pm and 7.30 pm
Venue: RANGA SHANKARA, JP Nagar, Bangalore

Tickets priced at Rs.200 are available for sale at RangaShankara, Crossword(Residency Road) and Landmark(Forum).

Tickets can also be blocked at

For details contact 0-98402-22363 / 0-98406-12333.

5 Comments so far

  1. Deponti (bglr_deepa) on March 29th, 2008 @ 10:35 pm

    I am seriously miffed at the tickets being priced so high. As it is, I find it difficult to accept the logic that Kannada plays should be priced less than non-Kannada plays; surely, there should be parity. The 49 rupee ticket has gone forever, a victim of inflation; but when a Kannada play is priced at Rs.70, why should one English play alone command a price of Rs.200? The last play by Evam had tickets priced at Rs.100.

  2. krishnam on March 30th, 2008 @ 1:26 am

    I guess its a simple matter of demand n supply..
    If ppl enjoyed the kannada serials ( maybe due to quality or story etc) more, then demand for it also would go up i guess and then you could charge more..

  3. Deponti (bglr_deepa) on March 31st, 2008 @ 12:53 pm

    kannada plays, you mean, Krishnam, not serials! :) I think a LOT of people do watch Kannada serials (at very low cost, given the monthly subscription to cable!)

  4. krishnam on March 31st, 2008 @ 1:30 pm

    Yeah i meant plays.. :)
    I loved a few kannada plays at the rangashankara but they were adaptations of english plays.. I know there are some good kannada writers out there but we are more content on producing s/w enggs than artists i guess :|

  5. Deponti (bglr_deepa) on April 1st, 2008 @ 10:37 am

    Well, there ARE some very good Kannada plays too…but there are fair plays and foul plays, in all langauages I must admit! Ranga Shankara is a 2km walk for me, so I go to most plays there.

    I started by watching English versions of Kannada plays (this is especially possible with the plays of Girish Karnad) and then I started watching contemporary Kannada plays, and slowly my comprehension level is going up.It also helped that I have a good Kannadiga friend who explains the nuances sometimes.

    H N Kalakshetra is a great venue for Kannada plays; that’s a slightly longer walk or bus ride for me.

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