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    Jazz it up
    October 17-18, Whitefield
    This jazz theatre performance by Grammy-winning pianist Pablo Ziegler
    promises to be unforgettable. Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Ziegler is best-known for blending classic tango rhythms with jazz improvisations. He’ll be performing a programme called Beyond Tango as part of a trio that also includes Natsuki Kido and Walter Edgardo Castro. At Wind-mills Craftworks. 9.30 pm. Tickets (`Rs. 500 upwards) on bookmyshow.com

    Traditional touch
    October 18 | Jakkur
    Don’t miss the chance to listen to Karthika Nair, who fuses western lyrics with Vedic mantras and shlokas, while accompanying herself on the acoustic guitar. Going by the stage name Synchroshakti she prides herself on making ancient verses relevant to modern audiences. She’ll also play some original compositions. Rs. 200. At Jus Trufs, Jakkur Main Road. Details: 9844016984

    One man show
    October 17-18, JP Nagar
    Don’t Wake Me: The Ballad Of Nihal Armstrong is part of the Going Solo festival, which brings acclaimed one- man acts to the Indian stage. Based on a true story, it documents one woman’s struggles (and triumphs!) for the rights of her disabled son. A moving tribute to the bond between a mother and her child. At Ranga Shankara. 9 pm (Friday) 7.30 pm (Saturday). Tickets (Rs. 300) on bookmyshow.com

    Two for one
    October 18, Vasant Nagar
    Combining two Hindi one-act plays, Najariya takes the audience on a journey that explores family relationships, ethics and disability. The first play follows four visually impaired men who join together to form an entertainment club for the blind, while the second is the story of an estranged son who faces his father after  20 years. At Alliance Francaise. 5.30 pm and 7.30 pm. Tickets (Rs. 250) on bookmyshow.com

    Inside out
    Ongoing, Whitefield
    For innerwear that’s as beautiful (or more!) than what you choose to wear on top, Enamor have launched a new autumn-winter collection, inspired by Russia. The Russian firebrand range comes in bold red, blazing orange and classic black, focusing on soft fabrics with mesh detailing. Lounge wear and night wear are also available. Rs.400 upwards. At Phoenix Market City. Details: 67266138

    Wild side
    October 18, Koramangala
    Encourage your little ones to celebrate wildlife and understand the importance of conservation at this fun animal-themed event. Children can come dressed up as their favourite animal, and there will be elephant stories from writer Arthi Anand, and a wildlife quiz. Entry free. At Atta Galatta.
    11.30 am. Details: 30181626

    Sing along
    October 17, Malleswaram
    Lata Forever is part of a series of events to commemorate Lata Mang-eshkar’s 85th birthday. Highlights include a jazz performance by original RD Burman trumpeter, Kishore Sodha. Bangalore’s Madhura Datar, Rithisha Padmanabh, and Sinchan Dixit will be performing. At Chowdiah Memorial Hall. 6.30 pm. Tickets (Rs.500 upwards) on indianstage.in

    Man’s best friend
    Ongoing, MG Road
    Back by popular demand is the canine
    friendly brunch at Vivanta by Taj. Perfect for
    families that include four-legged friends, it promises ample provisions for pets, including a specially devised menu. There’s also a luxurious spread for dog owners! Rs. 2,000 ++. At Vivanta
    by Taj. Every Sunday,12.30 pm. Details: 66604444

     

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