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Ghostly tunes
Today & tomorrow, Candy Club
Celebrate Halloween with some great music at the Candy Club, T Nagar. Dance to hip-hop as Malaysia-based DJ Mastermind takes the stage tonight. Tomorrow, shake a leg to Bollywood tunes spun by DJ Akhil Talreja. You can also get your face painted and down blood-coloured shots. Full cover at Rs.1,000 for couples. Details: 9600064411

Haunted platter
Tonight, The Park
Slip into your costume and dance with spirits at The Park. The Leather Bar has spooky snacks like monster eyeballs with hair dip (mixed vegetables), spicy fingers with blood sauce (chicken), and cocktails like wicked widow with kahlua on offer. From Rs.425. Details: 42676000

Cartoon fun
Tomorrow, Adyar
Hippocampus is organising a fun Halloween evening for children between four and eight years—where they can dance and be merry with popular cartoon characters like Fred and Wilma Flintstone. Rs.500 for members and Rs.600 for non-members. From 5 pm to 7 pm. Details: 24433544

Little monsters
Tonight, Nungambakkam
Don’t be surprised if little ghouls come knocking on your door tonight. Fifty children from the Little Theatre are dressing up as vampires and devils and heading out trick or treating—starting with the Deputy High Commissioner’s residence and working their way to The Park in Nungambakkam. Details: 9840044983

Fashionable luncheon
November 4, Hyatt Regency
The city’s Australian community has organised a gala fundraising lunch. Besides a broadcast of the Melbourne Cup race and prizes for the best-dressed, the lunch will also feature six young designers—selected for the Melbourne Cup Fashion Design Competition—who will put up a fashion show, along with designer Sidney Sladen. From 11 am. Rs.3,500. Details: 45921331

Join the celebration
November 4-15, Greams Road
Artist KG Subramanyan—a painter, sculptor (he works with terracotta
and wood) and poet—is celebrating his 90th birthday this year. Commemorating the event, Lalit Kala Akademi is hosting an exhibition, called New Works, which will be inaugarated by the governor of Tamil Nadu. Details: 28291692

Value for waste
Tomorrow, Anna Nagar West
When it comes to teaching children about the three Rs (reduce, recycle, reuse), it’s best to catch them young. Kangaroo Kids is conducting a creative workshop, called Worth from Waste, to help tots (three years and above) learn how to make pretty things out of waste material. At the centre, 3 pm to 5 pm.Rs.150. Details: 9789455993

Chinese calling
Till November 30, Hong Kong
If the thought of Chinese food makes you drool, this is the best time to plan a trip to Hong Kong. This  November, the Hong Kong Tourism Board is organising the Hong Kong Wine and Dine festival, which will offer over 1,000 culinary items—including award-winning Chinese dishes, creations by Michelin-starred chefs and wines selected by certified sommeliers. Details: DiscoverHongKong.com/WineDine

Cycles on board
Till March 29, 2015, Thailand
Along with your sunscreen and swimsuit, you can now take along your bicycle when you travel to Thailand. To promote cycling in Thailand, Bangkok Airways is holding a Bike On Board campaign in which they are offering free bicycle loading along with personal baggage. The offer is valid until March 29, 2015. Details: bangkokair.com

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