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    Rock on
    18 November | Phoenix Market City
    Indian rockstars Vishal Dadlani and Shekhar Ravjiani better known as Vishal and Shekhar, take the stage this week. Apart from composing hits for Hindi, Telugu, Tamil and Marathi movies, the duo has also worked on collaborations with others like British musicians, The Vamps and Imogen Heap. 6.30 pm. At Whitefield. Tickets (`499 upwards) on bookmyshow.com

    Now showing
    18 November | PVR Cinemas
    The fun is not over yet for Harry Potter fans as a new spin-off from the series, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, is out today. The movie stars Oscar-winner Eddie Redmayne as Newt Scamander, a wizard who researches and rescues magical creatures.

    Handwritten ardour
    19 November | Ranga Shankara
    Director Rahul da Cunha brings the English play, Love Letters, to Bengaluru. Starring actors Rajit Kapur and Shernaz Patel, the play is in the form of letters between two characters, which the actors read out. `300. 3.30 pm and 7.30 pm. At
    JP Nagar. Details: 26493982

    Folk beats
    20 November | Chowdiah Memorial Hall
    Rotary Bangalore Downtown will host String Night, starring musician Raghu Dixit. Known for his soulful folk tunes, the artiste will perform a mix of his much loved numbers and newer compositions. Proceeds from the event will go towards the setting up of a breast cancer diagnostic centre. 6.30 pm. At Malleswaram. Tickets (`750 upwards) on bookmyshow.com

    Breathe in
    November 20 | Kavade Attic
    Increase your mindfulness at this event which promises expert  pointers on visualisation meditation, breathing techniques, mantras,  creative writing and narrative storytelling. Titled Creative Yogis, it is a three-hour workshop to better yourself. 10 am. At Seshadripuram.  Tickets (`500) on bookmyshow.com

    Blush and dazzle
    21 November | C Krishniah Chetty
    Forevermark diamonds has  released a new Pink Haze collection. Aimed for the wedding season, these cocktail pieces are encased in subtle rose gold. While designed to be strong, they are also delicately  crafted. `3,30,000 upwards. At MG Road. Details: 40001869

    Laugh riot
    22 November | Hard Rock Cafe
    Dispel some mid-week blues with the Comedy At Its Best  event, featuring comedian Sanjay Manaktala. He finds the humour in everyday situations, and is especially known for his take on the IT world. `500. 9.30 pm. At St Mark’s Road. Details: 41242222

    Murder he wrote
    23 November | Jagriti Theatre
    A writer’s short stories about  murder end up taking place in reality as well. Watch what happens next in  the satire The Pillowman. The multiple award-winning play is written by Irish playwright Martin McDonagh. Turn to page 5 for details

    Meet and greet
    24 November | NUMA
    The co-working space invites CEOs for their Young CEO night. The event promises to be a great  way to meet other young entrepreneurs, network and discuss new  ideas while listening to live  music. Entry free. 7 pm. At Church Street. Details: 65691530


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