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    Tune in
    November 12 | Lavelle Road
    The Pop, Rock and Retro night by Neethusha and Joshua promises to be a fun evening. While the former is influenced by the likes
    of Celine Dion and Savage Garden, the
    latter known for his skills with the acoustic guitar. 8.30pm. At The Glasshouse.
    Details: 65419999

    Joy of reading
    November 13 | Banashankari
    The READiscover Kydz Fest in
    association with Rabbit Hole Children’s Bookstore has been curated to help children develop a bond with stories. Kids will get a chance to engage in different activities like interactive storytelling, puppet making, mind games and more. `250. At Kydzadda.
    Details: 9686888222

    Carnatic notes
    November 12 | JP Nagar
    Renowned contemporary Carnatic vocalist, TM Krishna collaborates with HK Venkatram on violin and Ashwin Anand on veena to create an evening of Carnatic symphony. K Arun Prakash on mridangam and N Guruprasanna on ghatam will accompany the trio. The event is presented by Bhoomija Trust. 7 pm. At MLR Convention Centre. Tickets (`300) on bookmyshow.com

    Clean strokes
    November 12 and 13 | Old Madras Road
    An art competition that let’s your child
    learn the importance of cleanliness through painting, The Clean India competition kicks off this weekend. Register for this fun event and let your child unleash their creativity. `500 for registration. 10 am. At Rangoli Metro Art Centre and Bangalore Haat, Swami Vivekananda Metro Station.
    Details: cleanleader.in.

    Beat treat
    November 12 | MG Road
    Groove to Hip Hop beats by DJ Tanay Saraf this Saturday night. From the earliest hits to the latest favourites, the DJ promises a medley of some of the most popular dance tracks. Entry free. 8 pm. At City Bar. Details: 41716359

    Between the lines
    November 14 | Nagarbhavi
    This is a special Children’s Day gathering for both kids and kids at heart. As part of Ghummakkad Narain, the travelling lit fest, Kathakar, The International Storytellers Festival will have well-known storytellers like Sarah Rungle and Giles Abbot from the UK, Shaarvari Somayagi and her students from the Swamy Vivekananda Education Society. Entry free. At Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts (IGNCA). 3 pm. Details: ghummakkadnarain.org

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