April 3 | Vasanthnagar
Written by Peter Usinov, Romanoff and Juliet is a comic spoof of the Cold War, and is set in the small mythical mid-European country of Concordia, whose leader is wooed by the United States and the Soviet Union, each one wanting him as an ally. Entry free. At Alliance Francaise. 5 pm. Details: 40808181
April 4 onwards | BanashankariKydzAdda is conducting summer workshops for kids between the ages of four and 12. These workshops include exciting activities that not only help them improve their physical skills, but works on their minds as well. Activities include dance, yoga, handwriting improvement sessions, and art and craft classes. Rs 3,500 onwards. Till April 22. Monday-Friday. At KydzAdda. Details: 9686888222
April 7 | North BangaloreNow you can try your hand at flying a microlight plane. The heady experience includes a pre-flight briefing, and even the assistance of a pilot, so you don’t have to worry about going up alone. That apart, you can even chat with the pilot about flying an aircraft, and take home a professionally shot video, and photographs for posterity. You can sign up for a 10-minute or a 20-minute flight. At Jakkur Airfield. 5 pm. Tickets (Rs 3,500 onwards) on eventshigh.com
April 2 | KoramangalaBe part of the launch of Manna Ahadur’s crime thriller — The Curse of Nalanda, in which two women, accused of heinous crimes are connected by fate. It revolves around Devahuti, a widow who was accused of the big fire that burnt down the famous Nalanda University, and Chandni, a journalist, who gets embroiled in a terror plot. At Atta Galatta. 7 pm. Details: 41600677
Till April 10 | Sheraton GrandEnjoy a lovely Italian meal at Bene as chef Giuseppe presents a meal that features a range of exotic ingredients. The menu includes dishes such as frittelle di broccoli calabresi, zuppa del casale and pasticciotto puglia together with a variety of Tuscan wines such as the la brancaia IL blu, Tignanello and Brunello di Montalcino Antinori to complement the meal.
Rs 2,500 (meal for two). At Bene. Details: 42521000
April 1 | Bannerghatta RoadLearn to make soaps through both the cold and hot processes, apart from bath salts, shampoos and detergents at this soap-making workshop. Try your hand at creating your own recipes that are chemical-free. Rs 6,500. At Pink and Blue Creations. 11 am.
April 5 | Whitefield Natallia Kapylova, and Patricia Wind-Smith will bring alive the music of Parisian masters, including Debussy, Faure, Gaubert, Damare, and Bizet. Expect a few surprises as well. Kapylova is an acclaimed painist, while Wind-Smith is a flute player. Tickets (Rs 300) available at the venue. At Jagriti Theatre. 8 pm. Details: 41242879
High on movement
April 5 | Lalbagh Main Road The introductory course to body mind centering is based on movement by Meret Schelegel. Developed by Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen, it is an experiential study based on the embodiment and application of anatomical, physiological, psychophysical and
developmental principles. Rs 1,200. Till April 8. 7-9 pm. At Shoonya. Details: 7760832226
Take a walk
April 2 |MG Road India Foundation for the Arts brings back its Arts Walk as part of its Project 560 initiative. It will have Avehi Menon and Archit Gupta focus on the memories of people through recorded oral narratives that bring together cinema, music, and photography in the old South Parade, now MG Road. The walk will involve a curated soundscape that people can listen to as well. Begins at KC Das, Church Street. 8.15 am. Register on firstname.lastname@example.org
Run for respect
April 3 | Sarjapur Road An initiative to get men to celebrate women, Womanathon 2016 is about running with that special woman in your life — be it your mother, girlfriend, best friend, or sister. The marathon is categorised into 3K, 5K, and 10K runs. Womanathon aims to increase awareness of crimes against women, and to raise funds to treat diseases in women, and girls. Collect your marathon bibs by tomorrow from Decathlon, between 5 and 9 pm. 6 am onwards. At Decathlon. Tickets (Rs 650) on in.explara.com