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Culture fix: Your guide to a Vogue weekend

Every week, Vogue gives you a cultural calendar comprising the best of music, art, photography, food and fashion.

This week, celebrate the 4th of July weekend in authentic American style, get ready with your reggae moves for the International Reggae Day and attend the Delhi debut of the Times Literary Festival.

Read on for what else made it to Vogue’s list of all things cultural this week.

If you’re in Mumbai…

Travel to ‘70s Germany

Helga Paris’ photographs—chronicling post-war Germany—are a raw representation of the commonplace and the banal. The 77-year-old photographer’s oeuvre comes to Mumbai’s Goethe Institut this weekend.
When: Until July 6, 11 am – 7 pm
Where: Max Mueller Bhawan, K Dubash Marg, Fort, Mumbai 

Get your reggae groove

Dance to the tunes of India’s popular reggae and dancehall duo, Delhi Sultanate & Begum X who have previously shared the stage with Julian Marley—son of legend Bob Marley—this International Reggae Day.
When: July 4, 9pm
Where: Café Nemo, Worli

Go red, white and blue

…At a 4th of July cookout. There will be hamburgers at an American-style barbeque counter, old-school quinetessentially American music, and more! Don’t forget to wear your stars and stripes.
When: July 4, 8pm onwards
Where: The Hive, Khar, Mumbai

If you’re in Bengaluru…

Watch the complete works of Shakespeare

Think three actors, two hours and 38 of Shakespeare’s works—sounds like a mammoth task? Not for Free Parking Entertainment, who offer hilarious abridged versions of the bard’s plays
When: July 4 at 8pm and July 5 at 3pm and 6:30pm
Where:Jagriti Theatre, Whitefield, Bengaluru; British Council, Delhi (on July 5)

Witness a murderous plot

Calling all Woody Allen afficianados! The American genius’ dark comedy, Death, is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat throughout the performance. Panic, chaos, murder and vigilante groups striving combat wrong—we’re thinking evil genius.
When: 4 July, 5pm and 7:30pm
Where:Alliance Française, Vasanthnagar, Bengaluru 

If you’re in Pune…

Peak inside Russia’s Hermitage

Possibly the world’s largest and oldest museum—bearing over 3 million antiques and treasures, and boasting numerous art curators—St. Petersburg’s State Hermitage Museum turns 250 this year. This cinematic event is for fans of art, architecture and history alike.
When: July 5, 4pm
Where:PVR Cinemas, Pune (and at PVR cinemas across India) 

If you’re in Delhi…

Attend a book launch

Journalist Raghu Karnad launches his latest book Farthest Field—with HarperCollins Publishers India and the British Council—this weekend. Patrick French will be in conversation with the author and (Rtd) Squadron Leader Rana Chhina about this Indian story of the Second World War.
When: July 3, 6pm
Where: British Council Theatre, Kasturba Gandhi Marg, Delhi

Experience a literary fest

Times Literary Festival travels to the capital and everyone’s invited. Here, author Amish Tripathi launches the world edition of Scion of Ikshvaku and Rahul Bose will be in conversation with Upamanyu Chatterjee. If you’re a bibliophile, this is one literary event you will want to attend.
When: July 4, 6:30pm
Where: Hotel Taj Palace, S P Marg, Delhi

Find something in your city that you think can make it to Vogue’s cultural calendar? Email your contributions at letters@vogue.in
 

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