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    shimlaSimla diaries
    March 5-6 | Whitefield
    Set in the Simla of 1962, Playpen’s new play 9 Jakhoo Hill explores the dynamics of family values, and conflicts between the old and new order. These themes continue to have relevance even today, making for a good family outing. Watch love, laughter and betrayal confront each other. Tickets (Rs.300) available at the venue. At Jagriti Theatre. 7.30 pm. Details: 41242879

     

    Of love, and life
    March 5 | Indiranagar
    The ‘singing fairy’, as English singer-songwriter Lucy Rose is popularly referred to, will be in town as part of her first India tour. The Shiver hit-maker often sings with English indie band Bombay Bicycle Club, and has cut two albums so far — Like I Used To, and Work It Out. At The Humming Tree. 9 pm. Tickets (Rs.500) on insider.in

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    Double dilemma
    March 6 | Indiranagar
    Comic Sundeep Rao is back with another run of his popular ‘Split Ends’ show. True to the title, the standup night will see Rao come to terms with his alter ego ‘Soapy’, and undertake a journey of self-discovery. Two men, one person! One beginning, split ends! — that’s how Rao defines his show. At The BFlat Bar. 8 pm. Tickets (Rs.499) on bookmyshow.com

     

    su,perSummer love
    March 4 | Ashok Nagar
    Make this summer more stylish, vibrant and cool. Collage Shop India has collaborated with brand & image consultant Ruchika Dhupar to bring an eclectic blend of designs under one roof. Its showcasing the collections of designers Kavita Bhartia, Payal Khandwala, Pratima Pandey, Bodice, Nupur Kanoi, Varun & Nidhika, Tushar Bhartiya, Ridhi Mehra and many more. Rs5,000. At The Connect, Collage Shop India. 11 am-3 pm. Details: 25566818

     

     

    Speak upspeak up
    March 5 | Koramangala
    Academy of Broadcasting and S3 concepts will organise a special workshop for women called ‘I Love My Voice’. The two-day session will help women enhance their speech abilities, interpersonal communication skills, stage presence and confidence. At Taala Studio.11.30 am. Tickets (Rs.1,499) on bookmyshow.com

     

    womenWomen’s day out
    March 8 | Indiranagar
    Here’s an appetising news for ladies. 100 ft Boutique bar restaurant is hosting a five-course set lunch to mark the International Women’s Day. Complimentary drinks include wines, mocktails, and cocktails, and the menu ranges from pepper hummus to lamb kibbeh to strawberry cheese cake. Rs.479++ (veg); Rs.539++ (non veg). Noon-3 pm. Details: 25277752

     

    Sound of metal
    March 6 | Palace Groundsmetal
    The first edition of The Annual Metal Assault Club Festival by Bangalore Open Air looks quite promising. The gig will bring together some top Indian bands on one stage, including Demonic Resurrection (Mumbai), Undying Inc (Delhi), and Chaos (Kerala) alongside city favourites Kryptos, Inner Sanctum and The Down Troddence. At Pebble. 3 pm. Tickets (Rs.1,000) on bookmyshow.com

     

    bakersBakers’ guide
    March 5 | Sarjapur Road
    Deepali will teach you how to bake delectable tea cakes and muffins at a four-hour workshop this weekend. There’s marble cakes, choco-walnut brownies, and apple raisin muffins in OTG, convection microwave and the good ol’ gas stove. Materials provided at the workshop. At Leeladri Manson. 10 am. Tickets (Rs.2,000) on eventshigh.com

     

     

     

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