Cover photo of Daath ko Dob

Mandala Theatre is staging a play titled- Daath Ko Dobh (दाँतको डोब) written and directed by Khagendra Lamichhane from Asar 17 to Shrawan 02, 2073 (July 01-17, 2016). This play is a joint production of Theatre Village and Tuki Arts and was previously performed at Theatre Village on February, 2016.

About the play

दाँतको डोब (Daath ko Dob) is a story of two small boys who are enemy upfront; but have (friendship) love for each other at their heart.

The play is 1 hour and 10 minutes long.

Tickets are priced at Rs. 300 for general audience and Rs. 200 for students (ID Card Compulsory).

Poster of Idamittham

Mandala theatre will be performing a new play titled - इदमित्थम (Idamittham: At your own Risk) for 10 days starting Asar 2, 2073 (June 16, 2016). This play is based on an old play of the same name written by famous playwright Sarubhakta nearly 25 years ago. The current play will present the story and cast in today's context, however without changing its original story.

This play is directed by Somnath Khanal who has already shown his caliber by previously directing a hit play- Ra Mailo which was performed in Mandala few months ago.

The special feature of Idamittham- At your own risk is that- it will contain solo performance of senior Nepali play actor and director Mr. Sunil Pokharel.

The play is 55 minutes long and will be performed everyday (Except Mondays) at 5.30 PM till Asar 11, 2073 (June 25, 2016). There will be an additional show at 1 PM on Saturdays.

You can book ticets for this show here

Poster of Yuma

Manadala theatre is performing a new play titled Yuma from Jestha 7, 273 (May 20, 2016). This play is written by Yug Pathak and is directed by a long time theatre actor Ms. Srijana Subba. This play is her directional debut. The play will be performed everyday (except Mondays) at 5.15 PM and there will be an additional show at 1 PM every Saturday. The play will be performed till Jestha 31, 2071 (June 13, 2016).

The play stars: Srijana Subba, Pashupati Rai, Sulakshyan Bharati, Ankit Khadka, Jiban Bhattarai, Laxmi Bardewa, Kenipa Singh, Sarita Shah, Sandesh Lamichhane, Ranjana Oli and Binita Gurung.

About the play

Originally, Yuma is the most important goddess from Limbu-mythology who represents teachings about livelihoods and freedom. This play puts Yuma into today’s Nepal and confronts her with challenges, such as families not accepting inter-cast love-marriages, lovers growing apart and people having to search work abroad, rather than in Nepal itself.


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