May 17, 2020
To meet the challenges posed by the Corona Crisis, Ajoka has launched several innovative initiatives. They include: offering online acting and writing classes, starting new online course on “The Art of Success” and introducing. a pioneering “Coronalogue” Online Theatre Festival.
April 27, 2020
Theatre icon and founder of Ajoka Theatre was remembered at an online memorial meeting held on 25 April, marking her 2nd death anniversary. The speakers paid glowing tribute to Madeeha’s invaluable contribution for the promotion of socially meaningful theatre and peace-building.
March 3, 2020
Ajoka theatre held an evening of dramatic readings of new plays to showcase the creative talent of students if Ajoka institute’s writing class stidents. The event was held in collaboration with PNCA at the Shakir Ali Museum on the 22nd February 2020.
March 3, 2020
Ajoka theatre presented a special performance of its acclaimed play “Anhi Maai Da Sufna” on Friday 14th February 2020 at hall 2 Alhamra Art council, Mall road Lahore. Written by Ajoka’s Execurive Director Shahid Nadeem the play is inspired by some true stories of the generation dislocated during the partition of 1947. It celebrates the undying human spirit and the story is told in an entertaining style, interwoven with inspiring songs.
December 26, 2019
“Aimna” debut performance presented by aspiring students of Ajoka’s Art of Acting and writing course enthralled the audience completely at the auditorium of Punjab Institute of Language, Art and Culture (Punjab complex) on Thursday evening. Director General of PILAC Ms. Saman Rai and chairperson Ajoka theatre Zara Salman were chief guests of the evening who distributed the certificates among students who completed their acting and writing courses successfully from Ajoka institute. Passionate theatre lovers and people from different walks of life attended the performance.