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This Weekend in Lahore: Stand-Up and Standing Up

Considering that this is the last weekend for the month of October, you would assume that I would turn this into a Halloween themed list. You’d be wrong; I refuse to be predictable. Additionally, there are no official Halloween parties this weekend in Lahore. If you want to dress up as your favorite cat or superhero you’re going to have to source an invite to a house party or something, can’t help you there. However, if you’re looking for some wholesome activities to keep you busy this weekend in Lahore, I’m your girl. Check out the last C+G October to-do list and get to-doing:

 

 

 

 

this weekend in Lahore

AURATNAAK

Alhamra Arts Council, 27th October 2018, 6:30 PM

 

 

Auratnaak returns to Lahore for an encore performance. They will be taking the stage at the British Council Lahore Library to regale their side-splitting take on life as a woman in Pakistan. This experience is not for the easily offended so be wary.

 

P.S. No stags allowed.

 

 

 

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SIGNATURE

O Art Space, 26th October 2018, 5:00 PM

 

 

Have I mentioned how much I love O-Art Space? Maybe once or twice I guess. This weekend they’ll be presenting a show curated by Nurayah Sheikh Nabi. The exhibition will feature work by twelve different artist, including Nurayah. Don’t forget to check it out

 

P.S. The event is free for all.

 

 

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BOOKCLUB: THE SHINING

British Council Pakistan, 28th October 2018, 3 PM

 

 

We round up our Halloween theme this month with a reading of one of the King of Horror’s best-known books. Take a trip with us to the Overlook Hotel and dive right into the psyches of characters that Stephen King claims are drawn from his worst experiences and reflect some of his own deepest fears.

 

P.S. If you’re not a member you’ll have to register beforehand.

 

 

 

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KHUTUT-E-GHALIB

Hast-o-Neest, 28th October 2018, 4 PM

 

 

Joy of Urdu is a bilingual organization that aims to facilitate and enable the ongoing revitalization of the Urdu language, this time featuring Dr. Arfa Sayeda Zehra. The Joy of Urdu Reading Group initiative is aimed at creating a space for readers to start, or return to, reading Urdu.

 

P.S. Urdu lovers of all levels of proficiency are welcome.

 

 

 

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BOOK CLUB

Research and Publication Center, 27th October 2018, 11 AM

 

 

The world today is urban, and cities have become the sites of economic inequality, poverty, indignity and political conflict for a majority of the world’s urban population. A panel of experts will explain how and why, as well as explore paths of emancipation. Check this out.

 

P.S. Keep up with the Haqooq e Khalq Movement. 

 

 

That right there is a complete list of everything worth doing this weekend in Lahore. 

 

 

Purnea depends on a steady supply of positive affirmations and berry flavored tea in order to continue functioning as an upstanding member of society. An amateur dance-battle enthusiast, she's a woman of many talents, overshadowed only by her mysterious aura. When she's not busy over-analyzing every social interaction she's had over the past 22 years she enjoys curating memes and scrapping sub-par content.

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