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    Juliet againTTD1
    March 19 | JP Nagar
    Juliet Aur Uska Romeo, a Hindi play
    by the students of The Drama School, is a take on one of the most renowned works by Shakespeare — Romeo and Juliet. The play, however, is not the tale of star-crossed lovers but the story of Juliet who chose love at every turn and refused to let anger and impulsiveness of those around her change her heart. At Ranga Shankara. 3.30 pm. Tickets (`200) on bookmyshow.com

    Splash of freshness
    Every Sunday | Indiranagar
    Partied all through Saturday night and looking to spend a relaxed Sunday? Look no further as The Fatty Bao is hosting Sangri-La Sundays, a perfect way to unwind. The season’s freshest produce muddled in glasses of red, white and rose wine, bringing you a selection of the finest Sangrias paired with delectable Asian bites, makes for the best possible end to the week. `1,200 (for two). At The Fatty Bao. Details: 44114499

    Designer show
    March 10-11 | Lavelle Road
    Mumbai-based designer Sapna Singhania will showcase her latest collection in Bengaluru. It will include hand-crafted chandelier earrings, necklaces, kadas, bracelets, statement rings, bangles, cufflinks, buttons and jewellery for children. Her designs draw inspiration from the
    intricate artistry of Asian cultures and medieval architectural. At Evoluzione Store. Details: 22218142

    Musical drama
    March 12 | Kalasipalyam
    Kathaastra is a musical epic that has been set up for the stage  with hologram animations. The story is about the episode of Mahabharata where Arjun makes a speedy journey to collect the divine weapon paashup-athastra form Lord Shiva. At ADA Rangamandira. 6-8 pm. Tickets (`200 onwards) on bookmyshow.com

    Peace on screenttd4
    March 11 | Banashankari II stage
    Seraphine is a biographical film about Seraphine Louis, a middle-aged housekeeper. It is as if by divine intervention that Seraphine gets interested in reveling in the beauty of nature around her. The film will be screened with English subtitles. Entry free. At Suchitra Cinema and Cultural Academy. 3– 5 pm. Details: 26711785

     

     

    Tell a talettd2
    March 12 | Koramangala
    Reviving India’s great tradition of telling tales, Vikram Shridhar will narrate stories to a group of 20 adults. The settings of these storytelling
    session will be completely different from one another, each being intimate and personal. Tickets (`150) at the venue. At Atta Galatta. 8-10 pm. Details: 9632510126

     

    TTD8In the house
    March 11 | Church Street
    blueFROG is playing host to
    house music master Rohan Kapoor. The seasoned DJ is best known for his house music and hip-hop beats. As he takes charge of the console, party lovers can head to the dance floor and enjoy the evening sipping on their favourite drinks. At blueFROG. 9 pm. Tickets (`500 per couple) on bookmyshow.com

     

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