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pg5-2A divineact

Sydney-based dance artists Anandavalli and Narelle Benjamin, and West Bengal’s singer-storyteller Parvathy Baul will stage their famous performance Kaal. It revolves around Maa Kali, the Hindu goddess of time and change, and is being showcased as part of the Tantidhatri Festival. February 21. At Ranga Shankara, JP Nagar. 9.30 pm. Tickets (`200) on bookmyshow.com



pg5-3Jazzy night

Israel’s popular jazz band Katamon
Cherry will perform at The BFlat Bar. Elad Gellert (saxophone), Adam Weingrod (guitar), David Michaeli (bass) and Haim Peskoff (drums) do more than just the conventional jazz. They add twists and turns, and sometimes even grunge, to alternative rock. February 21.Tickets (`400) available at the venue. At Indiranagar. 8 pm. Details: 41739250


pg5-4Weekend verse

Bring out the poet in your child this Sunday, at the Charlotte’s Web:Poetry Writing Workshop. The workshop facilitators will introduce literary devices such as internal rhyme, metaphor and personification to children and encourage them to write poems. For kids in the age group of 8-13 years. February 21. At Koramangala. 11 am. For registration (`300), write to ask@cilre.com


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