You'd like to be there anyway with a friend or loved one in your evenings. This week, though, the lawns of Ravindra Bharathi have much more to offer.
The Department of Culture is organising a 5-day festival of Padya Natakams at the Ghantasala lawns of Ravindra Bharathi, from 23rd to 27th April. Ten dramas will be performed during these five days by artistes from all over the state, as below:
6:30pm - Pandava Vijayalu, by M Y Naidu and Kuriti Satyam Naidu from Hyderabad
8:00pm - Balanagamma, by P Venugopala Rao of Surabhi, Medak
6:30pm - Srikrishna Tulabaram, by Jamuna Rayulu of Surabhi, Hyderabad
8:00pm - Chintamani, by B C Krishna and K Kutumba Rao of Kurnool
6:30pm - Satya Harischandra, by K Mangala Devi of Parvatipuram
8:00pm - Srikrishna Rayabaram, by Kilaru Laxmi of Srikakulam
6:30pm - Srikrishna Rayabaram, by Gummadi Gopalakrishna of Hyderabad
8:00pm - Gayopakhyanam, by Meegada Ramalinga Swamy of Visakhapatnam
6:30pm - Sati Savithri, by Ponnala Rama Subba Reddy of Nellore
8:00pm - Virat Pothuluri Veera Brahmendra Swamygari Charitra, by S Kanaka Rao of Khammam
The entry to all the above programs is free. For further details, please contact the Department of Culture at 2323-3672.