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    Let’s dance
    March 20-22, Kalyan Nagar
    Sign up for this workshop run by Marina Fernandez De Haro from Spain, for some fresh perspectives on contemporary dance. She’ll be focusing on individual as well as partner work, incorporating elements from forms as diverse as Axis Syllabus, Aikido, BMC, physical theatre, instant
    composition, and Iyengar yoga. Rs.1,000 upwards. At Dance360.in.
    Details: 7676360360

    Kid’s central open book
    March 22, Palace Road
    Sunday is Theatre Day for Children,
    and this event has been organised to show youngsters that all the world’s a stage! Bangalore Little Theatre and the National wGallery of Modern Art are celebrating the occasion with a session involving folk dancing, storytelling, and group singing. Free event. 10.30 am onwards. At NGMA.
    Details: bangalorelittletheatre.org

    Light up
    March 21, Old Airport Road
    The Light for Education music festival is a concert with a cause – to raise money to provide solar lamps to school age children, to aid their studies. Organised by TAAB, the alumni association of IIT Kharagpur, there will be a rendition of popular songs by Prithvi Raj, a live DJ, as well as cocktails and dinner. 6 pm onwards At Hotel Royal Orchid. Tickets (Rs.750) on in.explara.com

    Off the cuff
    March 21, Jakkur
    Performing in the city for
    the first time, The Improv Brew is made up of Avinash Verma, Ankit Challa and Nasir Engineer. Emerging from the Improv Comedy Mumbai group, the trio invites you for an
    evening of unscripted theatre, in which all of the action will be guided by audience suggestions. With physical artistry as well as verbal spats promised, expect the unexpected! 8 pm. At Jus Trufs. Tickets (Rs.300)
    on indianstage.in

    On Stage2

    March 20, Malleswaram
    A fresh interpretation of Tennessee William’s classic, The Glass Menagerie makes its way to the city, directed by Rajit Kapur. The play has strong autobiographical elements, with Williams, his frail sister and dominant mother all recognisable. The cast includes Shernaz Patel, Jim Sarbh, and Ira Dubey. 8pm. At Chowdiah Memorial Hall. Tickets (Rs.500 upwards) on insider.in

     

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