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    In theatres
    October 30 | PVR Cinemas
    This Friday, sit through the escapades of con man Charles Shobraj in director Prawaal Raman’s latest film, Main Aur Charles. The thriller is inspired from Shobraj’s (played by Randeep Hooda) infamous prison break from Delhi’s Tihar jail in 1986. And, it’s told from the perspective of police officer Amod Kanth (acted by Adil Hussain) who handled the case of the bikini killer in the ’70s. Expect a lot of murky details from this well-researched crime drama.

    Egyptian garb
    October 30 | Mumbai
    Ladies, if you’re looking for a Diwali gift for your significant other, look no further. Bombay Shirt Company and SS Homme, a designer men’s studio has launched Ceremonia, a stylish collection of shirts made of Egyptian cotton. Tailored for formal and casual occasions, these button down shirts are available in shades of burgundy, autumn brown and steel blue. Rs 4,000 onwards. Details: bombayshirts.com

     

    Spook-tacular night30RSVp3
    October 31 | Monkey Bar
    The scariest day of the year is back! It’s Halloween. So unleash the devil inside you in an evening, Fright Night. Party among tombstones, spider webs, fog and glowing pumpkins. Look your spookiest best, as the dress code is horror. Or, seek some help at the Partyhunterz pop-up at the venue to get the look. DJ Vachan’s repertoire of spine-chilling sounds will numb your bones. Not flesh or blood, but you can drink Poison Punch, Devil Wears Prada or bite into Funny Bones or Dracula Wings. For people above 18. At Indiranagar. 7 pm. Details: 44114455

     

     

    Sparkling affair
    Till November 1 | JW Marriott
    Shine in your festive wear with the latest offerings of Yoube Jewellery, a diamond jewellery design house. It will be exhibiting its new line of necklace pieces, wrist and palm and ear cuffs, bangles, chaand balis, cocktail rings and pendants this weekend. Yoube works with the finest quality of diamonds and semi precious gemstones. `20,000 onwards. At Vittal Mallya Road. 11 am-7 pm. Details: 67189999

     

    Magic on his fingers
    November 1 | Alliance Francaise30RSVP4
    One of India’s most respected pianists and educators Anil Srinivasan will perform in an event titled ‘Touch’ this Sunday. He started training in Western classical music early in his life, and went on to collaborate with several artistes. He was also conferred with national honour for ‘Creative and Experimental Music’ by the central Sangeet Natak Akademi in 2010. So, come, sit back and soak in his music. Entry free. At Vasanth Nagar. 7 pm. Details: 40808181

     

     

    Return of the illusionist
    November 2 | Chowdiah Memorial Hall
    Master illusionist and mentalist Nicolai Friedrich comes to town with another spectacular show. Catch him break the laws of nature effortlessly, as he makes objects float in air, distorts their shapes, and recovers them from your pockets. And be careful about what you think, because he can read your mind too. Walk in for an evening of visual artistry, science-defying magic and comedy.
    At Malleswaram. 8 pm. Tickets (Rs 500) onwards on bookmyshow.com

     

     

     Going back in time
    November 3 | Ranga Shankara
    Director Tarique Hameed will present German playwright Reinhold Tritt’s famous work The Wave in Hindi, as part of the ongoing Ranga Shankara Theatre Festival 2015: Youth Yuga (on till November 8). It is the story of a teacher who conducts an experiment to demonstrate the perils of ignoring lessons of history such as the Nazi regime. The fest will stage the works of 11 young directors. At JP Nagar. 7.30 pm. Tickets (Rs 200) on bookmyshow.com

     

     

    Flavours of Sicily
    November 4 | The Park Bangalore30RSVPfood
    Gorge on the varied and diverse cuisine of the Italian island of Sicily in a food fest, Castelbuono. The Italian restaurant of The Park hotel, Italia, will lay out delicacies such as insalata ala palermitna (salad of potato, green beans and anchovies), minestra di pesce (fish soup with fennel) and pasta cooked with prawns, white wine and fresh herbs. End your meal on a sweet note with one of their special desserts. Till November 6. Rs 500++. 7.30 pm. At Italia, MG Road. Details: 25594666

     

     

    India on canvas
    November 5 | Kynkyny Art
    Walk through the diversity of India in an exhibition titled Kaleidoscope. A team of 15 contemporary artists have put together a visual travelogue of sorts with their paintings. They offer a glimpse of the charm of our villages, gods and goddesses, tribal art, and interaction of humans with nature. Proceeds from the exhibition will go towards the aid of Iksha Foundation, a trust focused on retinoblastoma in children. Till November 14. At Infantry Road. 10 am-7 pm (Closed on Sundays). Details: 40926202

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