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    All-nighters, rock bands, theatre and four movies — a quick look at the most interesting activities for the weekend

    Rock night
    At the ongoing Pondy Partages music festival, look out for rock bands like Mad Orange Fireworks (Bangalore),The F16 (Chennai), Ministry of Blues (Bangalore) and Caribbean gospel singer, Monique Fatna.
    By Alliance Francaise of Pondicherry, from  7 pm to 10 pm, at Kamban Kalai Arangam. Till Sunday. Details: 0413 2334351

    Catch the sun
    On V-Day, Asian House is hosting Love Affair 2015, featuring DJ K Lee and Mr Gof (from Germany). The duo will play techno, EDM and trance. Details: 9884830834. Meanwhile, Sunrise Festival, at Ashok Beach Resort, sees DJs like Ma Faiza, Ivan and Kid Creme from Brussels performing house, techno, and EDM. Entry for singles at Rs 800 and for couples at Rs 1,200. Tomorrow, from 7 pm. Details: 0413 265 5163

    Play on
    Sign up for a workshop on Art Of Transformation with stage actor Ronald Rand, tomorrow. Participants will improvise plays, indulge in theatre games and receive a copy of Konstantin Stanislavsky’s Method of Physical Actions. Also attend a concert paying tribute to musicians like Robert Schumann, Johannes Brahms and Richard Strauss. The songs will be performed by Birgit Breidenbach and Contralto. Today, at Cripa, Auroville. Details:  0413 2622871
    Inside the dome
    Sankalpa Art Journeys, an Auroville-based non profit organisation, is building their new 14 ft tall geodesic dome, which will be their new art centre. At the space, one can engage in art therapy workshops, participate in training for children and more. On February 14, at Sankalpa Art Centre. From 8 am to 11 am. Details: sankalpajouneys,com

    Movie marathon
    Four films are being screened at Auroville. It starts with Fascinating India, about the spiritual side of India (Sadhana Forest), Amira and Sam, a rom-com (Visitors Centre), Chhotoder Chhobi on dwarves, and Elisabeth Ekadashi, about children and spirituality (both at the Sri Aurobindo Auditorium). The movie marathon starts today, at 5 pm. Details: 0413 2677682

    Need to share
    Theatre group, Indianostrum, has opened their stage to theatre enthusiasts with their Open Theatre Thursdays. Present texts, poems, short theatre pieces and other performances of your choice. From 7 pm. Register at theatre@gmail.com. Also look out for a music performance by The Kuru Circus & Orchestra, which is inspired by the fantasy graphic novel, The Kuru Chronicles. On February 13, at 6 pm. Details: 0413 2341475

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