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    Lyrical humour
    January 13 | That Comedy Club
    Catch musician and stand-up comedian, Aadar Malik in a unique show, Stand-Up — The Musical. The show will have comedy songs about everything from relationships to breakups, from EDM to opera, and more. At Church Street, 9 pm. Tickets (Rs 299 upwards) on bookmyshow.com

    At the theatres
    January 13 | PVR Cinemas
    OK Jaanu, the new movie  by Shaad Ali, is the official remake of Mani Ratnam’s Tamil film O Kadhal Kanmani. Starring Aditya Roy Kapur and Shraddha Kapoor, the movie is a love story about live-in relationships in urban India.

    Satirical soiree
    January 14 | Rangoli – Metro Art Centre
    Comedians Sudarshan Rangaprasad and Ashish Bhuwania, in association with Comedy Central, present the comedy show As You Like To Believe It. The one-hour satire is based on funny myths, beliefs, illusions and perceptions that humans have. At MG Road, 5.30 pm. Tickets (Rs 200) on bookmyshow.com

    Ode to Odissa
    January 15 | MLR Convention Centre
    The Nrityagram Dance Ensemble takes the stage at the Nrityagram’s Sriyah. The evening is a treat for Odissi lovers, as dancers Surupa Sen, Bijayini Satpathy, Pavithra Reddy, Akshiti Roychowdhury, Prithvi Nayak and Urmila Mallick present a new conceptual piece. At JP Nagar, 7 pm. Tickets (Rs 300) on bookmyshow.com

    Fourth dimension
    January 16 | Shoonya
    The art centre hosts Inside Real Virtuality — Substantial Research by Artanim. The experimental show includes a multi-user 3D environment to be experienced through a VR headset with a real-life stage setup. The project was showcased at the Sundance Film Festival and Cannes Festival in 2016. At Lalbagh Road, 3.30 pm. Tickets (Rs 200) on bookmyshow.com

    Down memory lane
    January 17 | Ranga Shankara
    On stage next week is Shankar Ganesh’s Maavina Gudi Colony. The play starts when a group of childhood friends meet up in the eponymous Mango Temple Colony. The Kannada comedy-drama explores the loss of cultural roots in the mad rush for globalisation and industrialisation. Rs 150. At JP Nagar, 7.30 pm. Details: 26493982

    Retro rastafarians
    January 18 | The Humming Tree
    Reggae evenings are a rare occasion in the city so don’t miss Ti Rat & Rouge Reggae. They express themselves in French, Creole and Jamaican English and their music covers themes such as racial discrimination and mother nature. Rs 500. At Indira Nagar, 8 pm. Details: 9945532828

    Study in punk
    January 19 | Hard Rock Cafe
    Neill Braganza Music brings its pop punk energy live on stage. The band sings in Hindi, and has Neill Braganza on vocals and guitars, Kiran Kumar on guitars, Mayur Anneknavar on bass guitar and Akshay Nagmule on drums. At St Mark’s Road, 8.30 pm. Tickets (Rs 750) on bookmyshow.com

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