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    2Fusion Folk
    September 25 | Whitefield
    Catch Kutle Khan, a multi-talented folk musician from Rajasthan, perform live. A vocalist, composer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, his band is called The Kutle Khan Project. Known for blending folk tunes with Western music, Khan has been part of TV shows such as the Dewarists, MTV Unplugged and Coke Studio India. Entry Free. 8 pm. At Destination By Salt. Details: 67415575

     

    Cheers to October25TTD1a
    Till October 4 | Residency Road
    Make the most of the ongoing Oktoberfest at ITC Gardenia with your friends. They’re doling out special offers on premium and international beer to mark the German festival. Walk in at Cubbon Pavilion and quench your thirst, or head straight to Lotus Pavilion for a dinner spread of German cuisine. Details: 22119898

     

     

     

    Songs of the heart1
    September 26 | Banashankari
    Tritiyo Sutro & Spectactors will present a multi-media solo performance titled Man Of The Heart. The play, written and performed by Sudipto Chatterjee, brings forth the life story of Lalon Shah Phokir, the 19th century Bengali Sufi saint and song maker. The presentation features live music, dance, and audio-visual clips. At JSS College Auditorium. 7 pm. Tickets (Rs.200) at explara.com.

    Welcome aboard4
    September 27 | Koramangala
    Author Kiran Manral launches her book All Aboard this Sunday. The story revolves around Rhea Khanna who gets dumped by her long-time boyfriend, and now wants go on a Mediterranean cruise alone. What happens on the ship forms the rest of the story. Manral, a former journalist, will also be in conversation with Preeti Shenoy, author of Life Is What You Make It and The One You Cannot Have, among other titles. Entry free. 6 pm. At Atta Galatta. Details: 41600677

     

    Double bonanza3

    September 27 | Church Street
    Dutch duo Lucas de Wert and Steven Jansen make their way to Bengaluru for the first time, as part of the Sunburn S9 Tour. The house music artistes have been performing together since 2010 and have released hits such as Alright, Everybody Be Somebody, Blinded and more. Earlier this year, they launched the remix version of the danceclassic Do It 2 Nite. At blueFROG. 5 pm. Tickets (Rs.500) on bookmyshow.com

    Oedipus rewind7
    September 25-26 | JP Nagar
    Chennai’s Theatre Nisha group will present the play — Seneca’s Oedipus. There have been many adaptations of this Greek mythology, but what sets Roman dramatist Lucius Annaeus Seneca’s work apart is the treatment of the protagonist, Oedipus. Here, Oedipus, the mythical Greek king of Thebes, unlike in other versions of the story, is shown to be a fallible character. Tickets (Rs.200) available at the venue. At Ranga
    Shankara. Details: 26493982

     

     

    Take five5
    September 30 | Indiranagar
    Director Prashanth Nair will present five situations that we encounter on a daily basis in a comedy production titled A Funny Thing Called Life. True to the name, it highlights how life has a knack of bringing together different situations at one juncture. Besides Nair himself, the play features Kalyani Kumar, Badarivishal Kinhal, Piyush Agarwal, Vikram Sridhar and Rohit Kamath. Tickets (Rs.200) available
    at the venue. At The Humming Tree. 8.30 pm. Details: 9886618386

    Sweat it out8
    September 26 | Sarjapur Road
    This Saturday, get your friends and family along and flex some muscles at Spordz Family Run 2015.Participate in the Decathalon, starting from Sarjapur, 6.30 am onwards. There will be Zumba and other war-up sessions before the run is flagged off. Registration fee Rs.300 (for five and 10 km-run) and Rs.200 (3 km-run for children under the age of 10). Details: 7483053630

     

     

    Love play 9
    September 27 | Whitefield
    Directed by Mumbai-based Akarsh Khurana, and scripted by Vijay Tendulkar, A Friend’s Story is essentially a love triangle between college friends. Set in the 1940s in Pune, the play is Tendulkar’s understated ‘Greek tragedy’ about obsession, jealousy, betrayal,
    and a search for redemption. At Jagriti Theatre. 6.30 pm. Tickets Rs400) on bookmyshow.com

     

     

    WebThe art of B&W
    September 30-October 20 | Vasantnagar
    As part of Alliance Francaise’s Young Talent Program, Saleem Shoyab will display his artworks in an exhibition titled “Black & White”. He has a degree in visual arts from College of Fine Arts, Karnataka. He is also the recipient of scholarships from Sameeksha Foundation and Karnataka Lalitkala Academy. Details: 40808181

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