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    28rsvp2bJazzed up
    November 28 | UB City Arena
    The evening promises to be eventful with the Total Environment Jazz Festival, which showcases international jazz contemporaries like James Carter, Helen Sung and Yuri Honing. Genres include mainstream, funk, afro and Latin jazz. On until November 29, tonight catch Yuri Honing (Holland) and John Di Martino (USA) in action. At Vittal Mallya Road. Tickets (Rs.950) on bookmyshow.com

     

     

    28rsvpnew3Royal spread
    November 29 | Online
    With photographs of the dinner tables at Valentino Garavani’s homes (Gstaad, London and even his yacht, the TM Blue One) in addition to the designer’s chef’s recipes (a cacciucco fish stew, avocado-and-crab rolls), Valentino: At The Emperor’s Table is a keeper. An avid collector of table ware, he shares his views on dining through this book. Rs.7,203 on amazon.in

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    In the boot
    December 3 | Online
    Clarks ropes in renowned designer Rina Dhaka for its new campaign entitled, Shoe Diaries. The campaign asks Clarks’ loyal customers to share their shoe stories and they stand to win exciting gift hampers from the brand. Details: facebook.com/clarksindia

     

     

    28rsvp8aRock out
    December 4 | Hard Rock Cafe
    The Identity Crisis, a rock band based in Gurgaon, performs at this popular venue, to kickstart an early weekend. Having just recorded their debut album, No Trouble in Paradise? featuring 10 original tracks, their single, Set Me Free was featured on MTV and HIT 95 FM. At St Marks Road. Tickets (Rs.500 upwards) on bookmyshow.com

    At the movies
    November 28 | PVR Cinemas
    Directed by Francis Lawrence, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 is based on the book of the same name by Suzanne Collins. With Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth in the lead, the story takes off after Katniss survives the Quarter Quell and wakes up in District 13, which was never supposed to exist.

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    Getting catty
    November 30 | Chowdaiah Memorial Hall
    Another Andrew Lloyd Webber musical hits the stages, and this time it’s the much acclaimed Cats, produced by Maya Mascarenhas and directed by Judith Roby Bidapa. Based on the novel, Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats by TS Eliot, the play tells the tale of the Jellicle cats. The 82-member cast ranges from ages 6 to 21 from the city. At Malleswaram. Tickets (Rs.300 upwards) on bookmyshow.com

     

    28rsvp5bBottle theory
    December 1 | MGR Complex
    Sign up for a course on understanding the finer facets of wine appreciation by The Tulleeho Wine Academy. Topics covered include key varietals and wine growing regions, winemaking techniques and their influences on wine styles, and sparkling and sweet wines. At Sarjapura Main Road. Tickets (Rs.31,460) on bookmyshow.com.

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    Dress to kill
    December 2 | Online
    Bombay Shirt Company introduces its first capsule collection with Che Kurrien, the editor of GQ Magazine. The collection reflects his personal style with quirky detailing on the cuffs, buttons, collars and apt for work and play. With names like Michael Bassfender and Jude Lawyer, they are worth checking out. Rs.1,900 upwards. Details: bombayshirts.com

     

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