Siruma Rani Poster

Date: Bhadra 11, 2071 - Ashoj 03, 2072 (August 28, 2015 - September 20, 2015)
Time: 5: 15 PM Everyday (Except Mondays)
Venue: Mandala Theatre Hall, Anamnagar (Opposite to East Gate of Singhadurbar | View Location)

From Friday, 28th of August onwards, Mandala Theatre-Nepal is bringing a new play Sirumarani in its hall located in Anamnagar, Kathmandu. Since the play is final production of Theatre Lab 4, a three month course of theatre and acting being conducted by Mandala, it will be performed by 20 novice artists. Sirumarani is written by Sarubhakta, right honorable chancellor of Nepal Academy of Music and Drama and the veteran writer. The play is designed by Rajan Khatiwada and directed by Dayahang Rai.

Poster of Vaitarnee Cafe

Mandala theatre is performing its new play titled - "Vaitaranee Cafe" from July 24, 2015 to August 23, 2015. This play is written and directed by Daya Hang Rai and will be performed everyday expect Mondays on 5.15 PM at Mandala Theatre Hall, Anamnagar. The play is 1 hour and 40 minutes long.

About the play

"Vaitarnee Café" is an imaginary world, where one can find reincarnation. It is frequently being visited by all kind of animals who are determined to change their lives, so they can become humans in their next life. But there is a rule in this world: everyone has to accomplish an assessment via teamwork and cooperation to leave their earlier life behind and get a new one.

Preparing a drama is teamwork. The group of animals visiting the Café decide to prepare a drama to pass the test and reincarnate themselves. Lady bumble bee is the appointed stage manager for this assessment and is awaiting the animal group's arrival. They reach late and the play can finally begin…


UNVEILED performing artists collective presents "ME AND THE OTHERS" in collaboration with Mandala Theatre Nepal from April 2nd to 4th 2015.

The contemporary performance Me and the other focuses on how our cultural heritage, gender, languages, beliefs, and family connections influence our self-perceptions and our perceptions of the others – perceptions that may often lead to strong judgements, discrimination or even violence. This show combines physical theatre, classic and contemporary music and dance, integrating works by Franz Kafka, Ingeborg Bachmann, Christa Wolf, Sarah Kane and Lewis Carroll.

Me and the Other is an unwritten stage-statement, performed by and for women. A poetic, unveiled projection in the present moment.

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