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    guitarRock on
    November 7, Indiranagar
    Voodoo Child, the North Eastern
    rock and roll band formed in 2002, take
    to the stage this evening for a live set that is predominantly original songs, with a few rock classic covers. Originally from Guwahati, Assam, the line up includes Jim Ankan Deka, Rittique Phukan, Vicky
    Mahanta and Pankaj Rajkhowa. Free
    event. At Take5 Lounge, 12th Main.
    8.30pm. Details: 65300645


    Ghoulish games
    November 8, Jayanagar
    Missed the Halloween fun last
    week? Never fear, the belated celebrations from Chooku Booku have it taken care of! With a session on the history of the spooky festival, a best dressed competition, storytelling session as well as pumpkin carving and a puppet making on the craft side, therea��s more than enough to keep your
    little ones entertained. `500. At Chooku
    Booku, Tata Silk Farm. 11.30 am.
    Details: 9916745431

    Ongoing, Ashok Nagar
    The festive season is
    just kicking off, so make
    sure you have the right wow factor outfits for every party and special occasion. Jealous21 have put together a collection of gorgeous options, including this classic red and black combo, that would look perfect with a
    pair of sparkly shoes.
    `1,999 upwards. At
    Jealous 21, Brigade Road. Details: 32569028


    Eye definition
    Ongoing, Shivajinagar
    If you lack the precision and
    confidence to try dark lined eyes
    then Revlon have the answer with the
    new ColorStay Skinny Liquid Liner. The
    applicator tip is just 0.1 mm, making it super precise and easy to use, and it
    comes in colours that include black, green spark and electric blue. `725. At Health
    and Glow, Commercial Street.
    Details: 32466351


    In our times
    November 8, MG Road
    Bangalore-based Madhavi Mahadevan launches her collection of short stories DoppelgA�nger, with a panel discussion with fellow authors Shinie Antony and Vani Mahesh, and editor of The Reading Hour, Arun Kumar. Set in middle class India, these 18
    stories defy categorisation, but promise to reflect the uncertain, illogical and vibrant nature of contemporary society. At
    The Oxford Bookstore, 1MG Mall.
    6 pm. Details: 65704533


    Flying high
    November 9, HAL Airport Road
    You cana��t say that you know the city until youa��ve seen it from 1,000 feet
    up in the air. Experience Bangalore as you never have before with this once-in-a- lifetime opportunity to take to the skies in a helicopter. This special Groupon offer can be availed individually or in a group of four. `3,999 per person or
    `15,499 for four. Details: groupon.co.in


    Southern colours
    Till November 20, Infantry Road
    Dakshin brings together four artists from south India for a mixed media show that celebrates the life, times and culture of the deep south. Promising to be charming yet accessible, ita��s run in association with the Stonehill International School and in aid of Iksha Foundation, which raises awareness funds for eye cancer. At Kynkyny Art. Monday to Saturday from 10 am to 7 pm. Details: 40926202

    TTD4aIta��s an encore
    November 9, JP Nagar
    Performed at Ranga Shankaraa��s
    opening festival in 2004, Ismat Apa Ke Naam is back as part of the 10th
    anniversary celebrations. An acclaimed adaptation of Ismat Chughtaia��s play is presented by Motley, Mumbai, and stars Naseeruddin Shah, Ratna Pathak Shah and Heeba Shah, who each present a short story. At Ranga Shankara. 3.30 pm & 7.30 pm. Tickets
    (`300) on bookmyshow.com

    cameraThrough the lens
    November 8, Bengaluru Pete
    The PRISM guild was set up to bring
    together diverse photographers. If youa��re
    a photo enthusiast you can join them for their curated walk of KR market, which will be a
    fantastic introduction to street photography, guided by experts. The top three photographers will win goodies from chocolate store Purple Pearl. `1,000. At KR Market. 6.30 am.
    Details and registration: 09036806924


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