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    Unplugged Sunday
    April 17 | St Marks Road
    The best way to beat Monday
    morning blues is to listen to great acoustic music on Sunday evening and gulp down a couple of beer
    pints. Unplugged Sundays at Hard Rock Cafe will help you do just that. This month, Artesanato Pulso will play live acoustic rock for the citya��s musiclovers. They are a city-based duo act comprising Anthony (vocals/Latin percussion) and Sunny (vocals/keyboards) who dabble mostly in happy rock. Entry (`600). At Hard Rock Cafe. 7.30 pm. Details: 41242222

    Learn to surf
    April-May | Mangalore
    The Surfing Program by The Holiday Studio will help you learn to surf at the pristine beach at Hanirbavi. The course includes paddling, swimming and balancing training. The students get coached on the basics of surfing and balance training. You can learn to surf in three days and regular practice will surely get you addicted. `4,320 (per person). Details: insider.in

    Different beat
    April 15 | Indiranagar
    Wild City is launching a brand
    new international event series titled
    Various Artists. The series wona��t be
    confining itself to the constraints of genre
    a�� it could feature dark, dubby producers
    one week, experimental live electronica
    the next and pure disco the week after. This edition will feature Slugabed, Kampai
    and Mozzdeep. At Humming Tree.
    Tickets (`300 upwards) available at
    the venue. Details: 9886618386

    Gripping play
    April 15 | JC Road
    In the 1980s, the case of Roop Kanwar, an 18-year-old bride was a raging social crisis. Due to a tragic turn of events, she committed sati (burnt herself to death on her husbanda��s pyre). The incident caught the attention of the nation. But unlike the gruesome end of the real Roop Kanwar, the play Maasti Kallu focuses on the different ends this story could have had. Tickets
    (`100) at the venue. At ADA Ranga-mandira. 7.30 pm. Details: 22219388

    Escape from reality
    April 15 | Banashankari
    Pierrot The Madman, directed by
    Jean-Luc Godard, is about a man named Pierrot who escapes his frustrating job, mindless bourgeoisie society and travels from Paris to the Mediterranean Sea with Marianne, a girl who is being chased by
    hit men from Algeria. Actually, he is also unhappily married with kids and decides to run away. It is a fun, interesting play. Entry free. At Suchitra Cinema and Cultural Academy. 7-9 pm. Details: 26711785

    Rock it
    April 16 | Church Street
    Get ready to experience a
    massive fat attack this week as the
    zealot teen band, All The Fat Children
    play at The Lost Caravan. The band
    consists of Eben a�?Fattya�? Johnson (guitars/vocals, Vickram a�?Vickya�? Kiran (bass/vocals), Sachin Savio Dane (drums) and Naveen Thomas Joseph (guitars). The band is influenced by Elton John,
    Avial, Junkyard Groove, Pussy Cat
    Dolls, Spice Girls, Rebecca Black
    and more. Entry free.
    8.30 pm. Details: 40924308

    Folk tales
    April 22 | Church Street
    Beltuner is a Parisian gypsy folk rock band that formed in 2001. They are currently on an eight-city tour of India in association with Alliance Francaise. The band comprises Johann Riche (accordion), Pascal Muller (guitar), Arnaud Soidet
    (guitar) and Nicolas Pautras (double-bass). Tickets (`1,000)
    available at the venue. At blueFROG. 9.30 pm. Details: 69999549

    Fashion in 3D
    April 20-May 10 | Vasanthnagar
    The Young Talent Program is a venture that explores young and new talent in art. The new series, Blurring Boundaries, focuses on fashion designers and features Priyanka Ella Lorena. Miniatures of her creations will be displayed at the exhibition as 3D installations. Entry free. At Alliance Francaise. 10 am-7 pm. Details: 40808181

    Get enlightened
    April 23-24 | Kumara Krupa Road
    The fourth edition of educational
    exhibition and summit, The Edutainment Show is back and will be held in six cities a�� Bengaluru, Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Ahmedabad and Guwahati. Students can explore career options in design, media and communication and participate in workshops with media stalwarts. Entry free. At The Lalit. 9 am. Details: 30527777



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