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    When love blossoms
    November 13 | ADA Ranga Mandira
    In his new play Lady Still Waters, director Amjad Prawej tells us an endearing Chinese folk tale Wang Bao Chuan. It is the story of a rebellious daughter of a Prime Minister, who chooses a gardener over a bevy of wealthy suitors for her marriage. Watch her fall in love with a commoner and break stereotypes. Till November 15. At Sri Bhagavan Mahaveer Jain College, JC Road. 11 am and 7 pm. Tickets (Rs.150) on bookmyshow.com

    Sound of Slash
    November 14 | Supernova Arena
    The latest edition of MTV Indies Extreme, a music and adventure fest, brings to town guitarist and Grammy Award winner Slash. He will perform along with Myles Kennedy, vocalist of alternate-rock band Alter Bridge, and The Conspirators, his backing band. They will be promoting their new album World on Fire on their first India tour. Off Airport Road. 4 pm. Tickets (Rs.1200 upwards) on meraevents.com

    Stretch your limits
    November 16 | Shoonya
    If you are a professional dancer, martial artiste or a sportsperson looking to step up your physical flexibility, head to Shoonya this Monday. It is hosting a contemporary movement workshop by Priyabrat Panigrahi, wherein you can learn the techniques of dynamic foot movement and floor work. Register (Rs.700 upwards) at the venue. Till November 20. At Lal Bagh Road. 7-9 pm. Details: 7760832226

    Of Bach and Brahms
    November 17 | Jagriti Theatre
    Fans of western classical music are in for a treat, as artistes Natallia K Kapylova (piano), Martina Lohmann (violin) and Patricia Wind-Smith (flute) present their first collaboration, ’Dances and Romances’. The concert will feature classic tunes by legends such as JS Bach and Johannes Brahms, and works of other French and Brazilian composers. At Whitefield. 8 pm. Tickets (Rs.300) on bookmyshow.com

    At the movies
    November 13 | PVR Cinemas
    After over a decade, the hit jodi of actor Salman Khan and director Sooraj Barjatya is back with another family entertainer. The film tells the story of a happy-go-lucky man Prem Dilwala (Khan), who wants to meet princess Maithili (Sonam Kapoor). He is struck by her simplicity, and philanthropy. Find out what happens when a princess and a common man come face-to-face.

    Children’s day out
    November 15 | St Joseph’s Indian
    High School Grounds Make the most of this Sunday with your children at Bumble Tumble Fumble. The mega carnival, held to mark the Children’s Day celebration, features rides, toy trains, merry go-rounds, zorbing, and wave surfing. The line-up of entertainment will also feature a magician, a clown and a juggler. At Ashok Nagar. 9 am-5 pm. Tickets (Rs.100 upwards) on bookmyshow.com

    Reserve some laughs
    November 18 | Big Brewsky
    If you are looking for some mid-week relief, Big Brewsky is where you should head to. Stand-up comics Satish Perumal, Suhas Navarathna, Kjeld Sresth, and Sanjay Manaktala will come together with some fresh brews of comedy, punchlines, and gags. Don’t miss the night. Rs.750 (cover). On Sarjapur Road. 8.30 pm. Details: 8880075000

    Art collective
    November 19 | Mahua Art Gallery
    Twelve artists from across the country are displaying a mix of traditional and contemporary artworks in the exhibition titled Kaleidoscope 12. Participating artists include Rajesh Acharya, Vimal Nathan, Priya Nathan, Muralidharan and Steven Gandhi among others. Till November 21. At The Leela Palace, Old Airport Road. 11 am-7 pm (Mondays closed). Details: 9945252012

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