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    From a North Eastern food festival to a theatre workshop and a photography fest, this week has a lot in store

    Taste of exotic
    Wunderhaus Homestay is hosting a North East food festival tomorrow. Serving cuisines from Nagaland, Assam and Meghalaya, the seven-course non-vegetarian meal will be served on a banana leaf. Expect Lotha-style ginger chicken curry, pork with black sesame seeds and smoked fish served with a tangy tomato garlic chutney. Vegetarian options include mushrooms with bamboo and boiled greens with sesame seeds. At Rs 750 per head. From 7pm .
    Details: 97518 69781

    Bubbly and grills
    Le Club is introducing a special cocktail menu from this weekend. With a wide selection of mojitos, melon cocktails and fruit blends, look out for their Burman Special Champagne Cocktail. While there, also sample their finger food. We especially love the fiery grilled prawns and grilled pork chops. Cocktails from Rs 480 and starters from Rs 350. From 6-11 pm. Details: 0413 2339745

    Curtain call
    Listen up, theatre enthusiasts. Indianostrum is organising a training and research programme that will focus on the development of an actor. Based on native art forms like kalari, silambattam and theru koothu, it will take place every weekend. Starting tomorrow, from 9 am onwards. Details: 9578302087

    188 snaps
    Frames 2015, a photography exhibit by the Pondicherry Photography Club, begins today. While their clicks include slice-of-life moments, street life, nature, festivals and portraits, the focus this year is on the region’s lifestyle—especially in  the villages on ECR. Showcasing over 188 photographs from 45 photographers, the event is on till Sunday. At Craft Bazaar, Gandhi Thidal, from 10 am onwards. Details: facebook.com/PondicherryPhotographyClub

    Barbeque basics
    Le Royal Park has a barbeque and grill wing that specialises in French cuisine. Overlooking the poolside, the two-month-old restaurants serves an a la carte dinner menu that boasts grilled meats, seafood and steaks served with a sauce of your choice. Prices from Rs 400 onwards. From 7 pm. Details: 0413 2231500

    Yes minister
    Bharat Nivas Auroville is screening Quai d’Orsay—The French Minister, tonight. A comedy about a man who joins the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs, the film follows how he takes his colleagues’ bullying in his stride, before his career takes a surprising turn for the better. Having made the rounds at film festivals, like the Toronto Festival in 2013, it is a fun watch. From 7.40 pm, at Bharat Nivas. Details: 0413 2622704

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