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    Meditative movement
    November 1, Malleswaram
    Dancer Malavika Sarukkai presents Yatra, choreography that moves from stillness into dynamism and back again. More than a performance, the dance promises to unite the audience and performers in a shared journey. All funds support All India Movement, an NGO working to improve rural education. At Chowdaiah Memorial Hall. 7 pm. Tickets (Rs.500 upwards) on indianstage.in

    Daily bread
    November 1, Whitefield If you want to learn to cook staples from scratch the Breaking Bread course from Saffron trail is perfect. In just half a day you’ll learn to make a basic loaf, as well as progressing to pizza dough, cinnamon rolls and Mumbai laadi pao. What’s more, you get to eat all you make! Rs. 2,500. At Saffron Trail. 9.30 am onwards. Details: facebook.com/SaffronTrail

    Costume chic
    If you’re looking for something sophisticated to wear to a Halloween party this weekend, look no further. The Amour brand has classic dresses in just the right shades of orange and green, and you can accessorise them to create a costume that’s the perfect balance of chic and spooky. Rs. 3,500 upwards. At Ognora Design House, New BEL Road. Details: 23517772

    Pick and mix
    Until November 2, Chowdaiah Memorial Don’t miss 30 days in September, a play directed by the talented Lillete Dubey.It focuses on the complexities of the mother-daughter relationship, and is already 200 shows old, with performances worldwide. Tomorrow, there is Dear Father by Paresh Rawal, and the festival will close with
    a retelling of the Ramayana from Hanuman’s perspective, by theatre group Adishakti. Tickets (Rs. 250 upwards) on indianstage.in

    Hips don’t lie
    November 2, Indiranagar
    If you’ve always wanted to sway like a pro, sign up for Richard David Tholoor’s new bachata class, starting this Sunday. Bachata originated in the Dominican Republic and is known for being one of the world’s most sensual dances, but this class will be suitable for complete beginners, and you don’t necessarily need to come with a partner. Rs.3,000 for 8 classes, plus `500 registration. At Citinest, Eshwara Layout. Details: 09449816581

    Brain freeze
    Until December 31, Magrath Road
    Gelato Italiano introduce their Rich Scoop Fiesta, with four new premium flavours made from exotic ingredients. Chose from tiramisu, black forest, Belgian chocolate and fruit & nut. The tiramisu gelato is particularly yummy, and is made from fresh cheese mascarpone. Rs. 80 upwards. At Gelato Italiano,  Garuda Mall. Details: 41614941

    Dramatic flair
    November 2, JP Nagar
    Neelam Mansingh’s Punjabi reinterpretation of Karnad’s Nagamandala promises music, colour and dexterous storytelling. The tale
    of a woman who is seduced by a magical serpent who takes the form of her husband, the play examines the contradictions inherent in patriarchy.
    At Ranga Shankara. 3.30 pm and 7.30 pm Tickets (Rs. 300) on bookmyshow.com

    Map it out
    November 1, Koramangala
    The Atlas workshop introduces youngsters to cartography and navigation, with the chance to make their own maps. Running through the history of the map, right through to the digital age, there will also be a fun treasure hunt, and the chance to make a compass. Suitable for eight to 12-year-olds. Rs. 300. At Atta Galatta. 4 pm. Details: 30181626

    Shock and awe
    October 31, Vasant Nagar
    Erebus – Darkness Personified
    promises manic hysteria through a series of monologues ranging from sexuality to the supernatural via the meaning of life. Leave your inhibitions at home for this one. At Alliance Francaise. 5.30 pm and 7.30 pm. Tickets (Rs 300) on bookmyshow.com

     

     

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