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    Body basics
    November 21 | St Marks Road
    If you are interested to learn about Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy (BCST), attend this introductory talk at Xavier Hall. BCST is a gentle yet profound non-invasive, hands-on treatment for the whole body. At the session, you will have a chance to meet some of the tutors of the BCST course. They offer a 50-day practitioner course over a span of two years for individuals wanting to become qualified Craniosacral therapists. 3-5 pm. Details: 9448066521

    Celebrate with TAAQ
    November 20 | Rajajinagar
    Join Thermal and a Quarter as they kick off their 20th
    anniversary year-long celebration with an up close and intimate
    performance at the Sula Sessions. TAAQ has just returned to India after launching their 7th album No Wall Too High in Germany last week. This show is part of their countrywide tour to promote their new album.
    Tickets (Rs.500) available at the venue. At High Ultra Lounge.
    9 pm onwards. Details: 45674567

    Comedy for a cause
    November 22 | Indiranagar
    The next edition of Barking Mad, Voice
    of Stray Dogs initiative, will feature two of Chennai’s finest standup comics, Baggy and Deepu. They will share the stage with Bengaluru’s comic artistes Rupen Paul, Satish Perumal and Suhas Navratna. This is one comic ride that’ll have you rolling in the aisles. Proceeds from the show will go towards the welfare of stray dogs. At BFlat. 8 pm onwards. Tickets (Rs.600) on bookmyshow.com

    Duet with beer
    November 20 | Indiranagar
    Sit back, relax and enjoy
    your Friday evening with the
    best of music, food and drinks at the Beer Cafe. Popular acoustic duet band, Tea for 2, featuring Vijay and Mana D, will perform jazz, soul and folk music at the café’s Friday Frenzy evening. Entry free. 9pm onwards. Details: 40982456

    Read and tell
    Ongoing | Vittal Mallya Road
    For the first time, Good Earth has launched a children’s book, titled The Story of Babur. Conceptualised by Simran Lal, CEO of Good Earth, the book is written by Parvati Sharma and illustrated by Urmimala Nag. It narrates the story of the first Mughal emperor of Hindustan, and is based on Babur Nama, in which Babur writes about events in his life, and of the people and things he loved or hated.
    At Good Earth. Details: 40920986

    Swing to Sufi rock
    November 21 | Koramangala
    If you enjoy qawaali and
    sufi music, head to Koramangla this weekend. Jugni, a band that blends sufi with rock music, promises to enthrall the audience with their soulful compositions. Tickets (Rs.300) available at the venue. At Jyothi Nivas
    College. 5.30 pm. Details: 25530137

    An evening with birds
    November 21 | Koramangala
    Join the launch of The Crooked Crow, authored by AR Sara and storyteller Priya, at Atta Galatta this Saturday. The lyrical illustrated book chronicles the journey of Kako, a crooked crow, from the Pachaihara forest to the dreaded Droom woods. Later, the crow runs into Chiruvee, the sparrow. The event will be followed by a session of story-telling and some fun games. Registration fee (Rs.150). 5-6pm. Details: 41600677

    It’s time to beat stress
    November 21-22 | Domlur
    Enhance your time-management skill by learning David Allen’s GTD methodology at a two-day workshop. GTD stands for getting things done and encourages stress- free productivity. The workshop will be led by entrepreneurs Arif and Ali Vakil. At Hilton Embassy Golflinks. 9 am. Tickets (Rs.19,500) on bookmyshow.com

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