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    0105TTD1French focus
    May 7, Vasant Nagar
    Don’t miss classic film Les
    Tontons Flingueurs, screening as part
    of the Ciné Forum Méliès series, which aims to encourage debate and discussion around French films. Ex-gangster Fernand is
    drawn back into a shady underworld when he agrees to help his dying friend, a mob boss, clear up his worldly affairs. Free
    event. 7 pm onwards at Alliance
    Française. Details: 40808181

     

    Sunny days
    Ongoing, online
    Make the most of the
    summer, but protect yourself from
    the sun’s harmful rays with the Sol Leon product range from Italian brand Bottega di Lunga Vita. Natural and organic, the range has UVA/UVB protection, with SPF values ranging from 20 up to 50+ in sprays and creams, plus a range of after sun care products. Rs 399 upwards. Details: bottegadilungavita.in

     

    open bookHomecomings
    May 2, Koramangala
    A reading and discussion marks
    the formal release of r2i Dreams, a book about the process of returning to India from the USA. Exploring the concept of home and diverse immigrant experiences,
    contributors Subhashini Srinivasan, Ramya Sethuraman and Parth Pandya will share their stories of lives bridging two worlds. Free event. 5 pm onwards at Atta
    Galatta. Details: 41600677

     

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    Ongoing, online
    Following the success of its
    smartphones, Verico launches
    its first tablet in India, the TUNIPad7. A 3G-enabled device with provision for a dual SIM, it has a 7 inch, multi-touch LED
    display, and promises a fast, smooth user experience and excellent battery life. Available in black and white.
    `7,999 on amazon.in

     

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    Summer fun
    May 4-8, Indiranagar and Jayanagar
    Keep your kids entertained this week
    with a full-programme of workshops from ILeap Academy. In Indiranagar, you can take your pick from DIY, Greek greatness and paper engineering, while Jayanagar
    activities include whacky water play,
    puppetry, taekwondo and chocolate
    making. `1,800 upwards. At 10th Main HAL 2nd Stage and 10th Main Jayanagar, 1st Block. Details: 9945804444

     

     

    0105TTD3dTaking flight
    Until May 10, Koramangala
    Art by Tangerine presents a series of
    paintings inspired by the humble sparrow. Shunmuga Sundaram’s collection
    documents our everyday interactions with this urban neighbour, experimenting with new media and digital graphics. Pieces can be booked for purchase, to collect at the
    end of the show. `3,500 upwards.
    At Tangerine, 100 Feet Road.
    Details: 41152678

     

     

     

    0105TTD8Mix it up
    May 3, Indiranagar
    Cut out the middleman, and
    learn to create your own cocktails from scratch, at this one-day workshop. From the art of putting on a good show (perfect for your next party!), to learning about the balance of flavours and which spirits to use when, you’ll emerge with the skills to create the
    perfect concoctions. `3,000 per person. 11.30 am at News Café, 100 Feet Road.
    Details: 9916051121

     

     

     

    Culture vulture
    May 3, MG Road
    For all you artsy folk, ArtMantram
    and Harman present Anahata, an exhibition of over 49 artists. You can expect the work of MF Hussain, FN Souza, Prabha B, and Adimoolam, among others. Set in the context of the city’s current moment in time and space, it will also explore philosophers in contemporary Indian art – a real kaleidoscopic view into the India of today. Until May 17 at The Haveli. Details: harman.in

     

     

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