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Use Our Space For Performances

We have a fully equipped theatre that seats up to 160 people. And you are most welcome to come and perform. All you have to do is to get here, and the rest is on us – use of the equipment, full technical support, accommodation in heritage styled guesthouses, home grown food and comprehensive publicity.

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The theatre is built to the exact specifications of the Vedic treatise, the Natyashatra but has state of the art acoustic paneling designed by Didier of Sound Wizard. This reflects Adishakti’s hybridity.

Our resident artists double up as technicians and will personally help you set up, managing all your technical requirements include rigging, focusing and sound balancing.

The theatre attracts the multi-cultural, multi-lingual and multinational mix of Aurovillians, Pondicherians and our eclectic resident guests for from India and abroad.

Performers from all over India and the world have insisted that this is indeed one of the best performance spaces they have been in. Come and experience it for yourself.

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To book our space for your residency, workshop, seminar, festival or performance, feel free to contact us.

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Theatre Facilities

Light Equipment

Theatre Light Lamps
Profile – 12 nos
Fresnel – 6 nos
Parcans – 10 nos
PC – 32 nos
Usage of up to 30 lights is provided for free. For more than 30 lights a nominal fee will be charged.
Light Dimmers
RGB 72 Channel manual 12page x 24 submasters
48 channels manual 4page x 24 submasters
RGB 72 Channel Dimmer Rack
Single Adjustable Light stands – 8 nos
Light Grid
To look at light grid with stage dimensions – please download pdf

Sound Equipment

Mixing Consoles
Yamaha MG P24X
Yamaha MG 12XU
Crown XL5 2002 – 2 nos
Behringer 16 channel graphic equalizer
JRX 100 – 2 nos
PRX 418S main sp – 15″ – 2 nos
PRX 415M sub sp  – 18″ – 2 nos
Shure PG58 – 2 nos
Nx ATR30 MK2 – 3 nos
AKG D5 – 2 nos

Other Equipment

Projector Screen
Logic 9′ x 7′
Platforms – 4 nos
Lenght – 6′
Breath – 4′
Height – 1′
Cubes – 5 nos
Lenght – 1.5′
Breath – 1.5′
Height – 1.5′

Also available; Our Amphitheatre

and Other Alternative Spaces

Past Performances


25.03.19 – Alliance Francois, Pondicherry presented ‘La Danse ou le chaos’, a contemporary dance by Souleimane Sanogo.

07.12.18 – Okapiís ‘By2Blues’, a musical encounter by Ananth Menon, Vasudev Prabha and Joe Anthony.

01.12.18 – QTP presented a UK based performance ‘Foreign Body’ written and performed by †Imogen Butler-Cole.

02.12.18 – QTP presented a UK based performance ‘I, Malvolio’ written and performed by Tim Crouch.

14.11.18 – Swiss choreographer Alessandro Schiattarellaís ‘Altrove’ 

28.09.18 – Prohelvetia- Swiss Arts Council, New Delhi presented ‘From Baroque to Future Rocks’ – a music encounter with Swiss Musicians, Regula Schwab and Lucien Dubuis.

08.07.18 – Shabnam Virmaniís “Jhini Jhini Jhini.”

7.12.17, 8.12.17 & 09.12.17 – Auroville Theatre Groupsís new play ‘King Lear.’

16.11.17 – Lail Arad (UK) and JF Robitaille (Canada) performed their recent collaboration ‘We Got It Coming’ as well as featured brand new songs and favorites from their respective solos.

02.04.17 – Maya Oliva and Karoliina Loimaala ‘Tales of Twenty Dodgy Fingers.’ 

28.01.17 – Perchís theatre production ‘Monkey And The Mobile.’ 

07.01.17 – A magic show named ‘ White Magic’ by of the California University Student, Wes Mathias.

17.09.16 – A Jazz and Neo-soul Interpretation by Kirtana Krishna, Raghu Ramasubramaniam and Karina Collis.

17.09.16 – ‘3 Musicians’, a Jazz and Neo-soul Interpretation by Kirtana Krishna, Raghu Ramasubramaniam and Karina Collis.

14.05.16 – Nangiar Koothu performance ‘Akruraís Journey’ by Usha Nangiar and team as part of the PARTS residency program.

05.02.16 & 06.02.16 – Pro Helvetia – Swiss Arts Council and Adishakti presented a swiss theatre performance ‘Past is Present.’

23.01.16 – ‘Bhima’ by Vivek Vijayakumaran.

09.01.16 – ‘My Autopsy’ a performance written and performed by Hamish Boyd and directed by Fif Fernandes.

01.01.16 – Adishakti hosted a Theyyam performance called ‘Vali Vadham’ by Lakshmana Peruvannan and group, Kerala.