The 40-minute play charts the trials of a man caught under a tree and awaits help from the ‘concerned’ departments
Sania Saeed, Sarmad Khoosat, Feryal Ali Gauhar and Erfan Khoosat presented a glimpse of Manto's life and work
This is the first time that a Palestinian theatre group, The Freedom Theatre, will perform in the country
The gathering was a desperate call to resuscitate the genre of classical music that has long been suffering from neglect
Set in ancient Rome, the play revolves around the Roman prince Marcus and his love for a beautiful Jewish girl Raheel.
The exhibition highlights the relevance behind Kashmir -- a piece of land which has for long divided and united people.
The unguarded moments of Karachi and its people were potently felt at the film and photo exhibition
The library will also merge technology, culture and entertainment in its mix as part of its new theme
The guests were treated to classical music from Ustad Fateh Ali Khan and Najmuddin Saifuddin qawwal party, among others
A stellar ensemble comprising musicians from across borders came together as one at the Beach Luxury Hotel on Tuesday
Khoya Hua Aadmi was among Kamal Ahmed Rizvi’s favourite plays and was enacted many times on stage and television
Storytelling, theatre, art, music and books were just some of the offerings at the Children’s Literature Festival (CLF)
"This festival is for all those who love books, for those who love music, and for all those who love life"
K2 and the Invisible Footmen reveals the porters' agility, stamina, courage and exemplary mental fortitude
With a battle for freedom and an evil magician’s spell that ruined lives, the play takes the audience on quite a journey
Addressing the theme of ambition in Macbeth and Othello, the experimental play succeeds in impressing the audience
Time Stands Still is an adaptation of Donald Margulies’s play, who won Pulitzer for his play Dinner With Friends.
An impression that male characters will be nucleus of the play changes when female roles evolve to take the centre stage
Students with hearing disabilities performed an adaptation of Ted Hughes' The Iron Man set in Karachi instead of England
The play ends with open-ended question whether Mowgli faced a greater threat from Sher Khan, or his unlikely mentor, Kaa