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    Family drama

    March 20 | Queens Road
    Family Ke Side Effects is the story of a Hindu Marathi boy who gets married to a Christian girl. Their life is filled with happiness until their families invade their home. The Hindi play shows how, at times, family interventions can disturb the harmony of a marriage. At Alliance Francaise. 4 pm, 7 pm. Tickets (`200) on book

    pg17-4Monkey business
    March 25-26 | Ooty
    Head to Ooty next week, as The Queen of Hills is hosting Monkey Town music and arts fest —a perfect blend of soul-stirring music, local dance forms and visual performances, a lot of fresh air and greenery. At Accord Highland Hotel. 11 am . Tickets (`2,000) on


    pg17-7In the mix
    March 18 | Vittal Mallya Road
    Monica Dogra wears many hats. She is a singer, an actor, a model, a designer, and a writer. However, for Monica music is, and shall remain her first love. She recently launched her album Spit and will perform in Bengaluru tonight. At UB City. 8 pm. Details: 9817114806




    pg17-3Holi bash
    March 24 | Whitefield
    Celebrate the festival of
    colours at Aloft Hotel, Whitefield (outdoor arena). The fest features mega rain dance structure, one-acre dance floor, free holi colours,
    welcome drinks, games and a lot of Bollywood, and EDM music, and more. Entry (`550). At Aloft. 11 am onwards. Details: 66707777



    pg17-6Click easy
    March 18-20 | Koramangala
    Honeycomb Art Gallery is hosting its inaugural photography exhibition event — Namma Chitra Pradarshane 2016. It comprises 50 top photographs shortlisted from the Namma Chitra Spardhe 2016, a contest conducted exclusively in Karnataka. The contest, and exhibition aims to encourage budding photographers across the state. Entry free.
    10 am-7 pm. Details: 9845128760


    pg17-5Body basics
    March 21-25 | Shoonya
    Learn to de-stress your body with the Alexander Technique (AT) in a workshop. AT is a gentle non-invasive way of releasing muscular and mental tension. The sessions will be conducted by Beatrice Simmons-Heiz who teaches at the Alexander Teacher Training School
    in Zurich. At Lal Bagh Road. 10 am-1 pm (group class); 1 pm onwards
    (individual sessions). Tickets (`12,500) on eventshigh.com

    pg17-1Funky vibes
    March 20 | Church Street
    Sukhmani Malik, a trained Hindustani vocalist and Hari Singh, a celebrated music producer and sound engineer, come together to explore the depths of India’s soul music clubbed with electronica. Together, they have globetrotted collaborating with artists like Noori (Pakistan), Arshad Khan (Israj player), Thu Le (Vietnam), Trilok Gurtu (percussionist) and many others. At blueFROG. 9 pm. Tickets (`300) on insider.in



    pg17-2Fashion up close
    Till March 20 | New Delhi
    Amazon India Fashion Week Autumn-Winter 2016 is currently on at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium. After the successful opening by Varun Bahl, we look forward to Pankaj and Nidhi’s presentation today, and Namrata Joshipura’s show tomorrow. The grand finale, titled India
    Modern, will feature multiple designers.
    Follow #AIFWAW16 on Facebook


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