Every month brings in its wake a slew of new and exciting events. March is going to be no different and there are a bunch of comedy shows, musical performances and plays in Delhi that you shouldn’t miss for the world. With relatable vibes and thought provoking messages, each of the events has something unique to offer.

Read on to know which events to make your way into this March and have a gala time:

Kanjoos, a comic play

In case you were looking for a gripping yet comedic experience, this play is where you got to be. Based on the French play ‘The Miser’, ‘Kanjoos’ gives a Desi twist to the French classic. The play follows complex characters who perfectly encapsulate the spirit of an incorrigible miser, a servant, who awaits the appearance of his lost rich father and a daughter who is docile and diplomatic. The play puts a funny spin and by the end, you’ll be in splits.

When- Saturday, March 02, 7:00 PM
Where-
LTG Auditorium, Copernicus Marg
Price-
₹200

Heat Sink Piano Man

For some diverse musical styles and vibes, head on down to Piano Man Jazz Club, where the Ahmedabad based indie rock band, Heat Sink will perform. Their style covers everything from John Coltrane to Pink Floyd and their fusion of jazz and progressive rock is something that will leave you at a loss of words. Through their music and experimentation, they aim to present thought provoking ideas. The band has performed at multiple events such as The Big Squat Festival, JamLouder, and Moto Jojo, Ahmedabad.

When- Saturday, March 02, 9:15 PM
Where- Piano Man Jazz Club: Delhi, Safdarjung Enclave
Price- ₹229

Laugh For a Cause

The Pulwama incident cast a shadow of gloom over the nation. We lost more than 40 of our braves. Firstly, Knocksense pays its deepest tributes to the martyrs and condolences to the families. However, several groups have come forward to raise funds for the families of the deceased. Amongst them is the duo of Manish Tyagi and Anshu Mor who are staging a stand up comedy show. The proceeds from the ticket sales will go towards welfare & benefit of the families of the pulwama martyrs. So indeed you will be laughing for a cause.

When- March 06, Wednesday, 7:30 PM
Where-
Imperfecto, Gurgaon
Price-
₹399

Sunday Brunch With Live Music

If you thought nothing beats a good show with live music, then think again. This brunch on a sunday afternoon is probably the perfect way to let loose and relax with your friends. Well known musician, Dhruv Sharma will be performing at Saint N Sinners. Here, you can take in some delicious food and soothing vibes, making for a perfect Sunday brunch date. The musical vibes of the place will add the the ambience of the place and it will get you all geared up for the coming Monday blues.

When- Sunday, March 03, 12:30 PM to 3:30 PM
Where-
Saints N Sinners, Delhi
Price- Starts from ₹699

On the Road

It's time to laugh your guts out because Shimit Mathur will perform a comedy show at Akshara Theatre. He is well known for his relatable style of comedy and his ability to get his message across using puns and relatable life events. The comedian is well known and has performed in venues across the country and has gained considerable following on social media. At his comedy show, get ready be laughing on the floor because there’s no other place to be.

When- Sunday, March 03. 6:00 PM
Where-
Akshara Theatre, Delhi
Price-
₹200

With the month of Holi just around the corner, these events are the best way to get geared up for the best festival of the season. This list should be your go to for blowing off the week’s steam and getting ready for the upcoming week.

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