Save the date for the ongoing burger festival at The Promenade. Your favourite fast food is now available in global flavours and variants, with options to customise them in the way you desire, be it juicy or cheesy. Available for both lunch and dinner, these burgers will be on the menu till the end of this month. Details: 0413 2227750
Hone your skills in making ceramic products at this upcoming ceramic workshop hosted by DakshinaChitra. Supervised by their in-house ceramist, Potrarasan, the workshop will focus on making decorative wall hangings, and will be held at the Ceramic Centre. January 21, 22 and 28. 10.30 am to 5 pm. Registrations at Rs 3,000 per head.
Want to give your weekend an
artistic touch? Head to Pondicherry and make time for an exhibition of paintings by artist Bipin Johnson, who will be showcasing his works at the Alliance Francaise de Pondicherry. The collection, titled The Surrealist’s Guide To Reality, will be on display this week. Till January 22, at Maison Colambani, Alliance Francaise de Pondicherry. Detail: 0413 2338146
Best of both worlds
If you are the kind who finds it hard to choose between Indian food and French cuisine, then this one’s just for you. Le Dupleix is hosting a festival titled Cuisine de Pondicherry, featuring fusion French dishes prepared with Indian flavours. Till January 30. For dinner only.
Details: 0413 2226999
Bring some drama into your weekend plans. Indianostrum Theatre is hosting a French play, titled Le Coup Du Lapin. Directed by Nicolas Deleau, it is an attempt to remember the massive fire that broke out in the theatre in 2013 and almost destroyed the venue
completely. It’s a tribute to the way it rose from the ashes and continued to conduct plays like before. Tomorrow, 7 pm onwards. Tickets from Rs 200 on in.bookmyshow.com