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    French connection
    February 18 | Indira Nagar
    Awaken your settd2newnses with the velvety, sensuous voice of Ziia, a blues singer from the French Réunion Islands as she performs with her group Ziia and the Swing Mates. The band is known for its soulful songs in English and French. The evening will be opened with a set by Kaartikz Ensemble, a collaboration between Kirtana Krishna from Bengaluru and three musicians from Bangladesh.
    At B Flat, 8 pm. Tickets (Rs 400) on bookmyshow.com

    Of men and women
    February 18-19 | HAL
    What drives the minds of men and women? The play The Nut and Bolt Equation explores the important question of what makes men and women happy and sad about the other gender’s choices. This play promises to be a laugh-riot with its fresh perspective. At Lahe Lahe, 5.30 pm and 7 pm. Tickets (Rs 200) on bookmyshow.com

    Filmy tunes
    February 17 | Whitefield
    Sukhwinder Singh comes to Bengaluru for a live show. Singh, known for his husky yet melodious voice, will be performing tonight. He will present popular hits like Jai Ho from Slumdog Millionaire, Tadap Tadap from Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam and many of his other chartbusters. At Phoenix MarketCity, Whitefield, 6 pm. Tickets (Rs 500 upwards) on bookmyshow.com

    Reclaiming life
    February 17 | Palace Road
    NGMA in association with Bangalore Film Society is hosting the Camera Stories Filming Through Time film festival. This evening, they will screen the film My Camera and Tsunami, produced and directed by RV Ramani. The film is a personal experience of the maker, who due to an unplanned detour to the coastal area on the Kanyakumar-Nagercoil route, encounters the after-effects of the Tsunami that occurred in 2005. Entry free. At the National Gallery of
    Modern Art. Details: 22342338

    Seventh time luckyttd5
    February 18 | JP Nagar
    The play Suraj Ka Saatvan Ghoda, based on Dharamvir Bharti’s short novel of the same name, explores human emotions through seven short humourous stories. Eventually, the audience will discover how all the seven short pieces were part of a larger narrative. Manik Mullah, the protagonist, recounts how he met the three loves of his life — Jamuna, Lilly and Satti. At Ranga Shankara, 3.30 pm and 7.30 pm. Tickets (Rs 200) on bookmyshow.com

    Laughing all the way
    February 18-19 | Church Street
    Chennai boy Karthik Kumar and Punjab’s Vikramjit Singh come together for an explosive comedy act. At That Comedy Club, 5 pm and 8 pm. Tickets (Rs 299 upwards) on bookmyshow.com

    Double dose
    February 18 | Indira Nagar
    Alternative folk band One Girl Shy launch their album at The Humming Tree this weekend with a special performance. Joining them for the evening is city-based, Opposite Sex, known for their pop rock sound. Today, 9 pm.
    Rs 500. Details: 7022359288

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