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    Book the date
    November 20 | Freedom Park
    Dive into the world of books as the Bangalore International Book Fair returns with yet another edition. Be part of discussions, chat up with authors and publishers, or simply browse and buy books across genres. Till November 29. Rs.10 (entry free for students). At Gandhi Nagar. 10 am-8 pm. Details: 9742685827

    Get up and dance
    November 21 | Karnataka
    Chitrakala Parishath The second edition of dance fair, Dancejathre, is ready to roll. Solo and group dancers across schools, colleges and companies can compete in different dance styles. Workshops for kathak, mohiniattam, bharatnatyam, kuchipudi and manipuri will also be held.
    At Seshadripuram. 10 am-9 pm. Details: dancejathre.com

    Delightful Dilli
    November 23 | The Oberoi
    Gorge on the tantalising food from the  recipe books of Mughal khansamas at the promotion Purani Dilli KI Dawat at the Le Jardin restaurant. Famous food curator Osama Jalali and his mother Begum Nazish Jalali bring flavours of Old Delhi to your plates. Don’t forget the classic nihari gosht. Rs.1,475++ (per person). At MG Road. 12.30-3 pm and  7.30-11 pm. Details: 25585858

    Flight of fantasy
    November 25 | KH Kala Soudha
    If science, space and philosophy fascinate you, director and writer Santosh Shivlingh’s play Who is the Alien? should be on your to-watch list this week. The English drama tells the story of a maverick scientist Jyestha, who is working on a technology that can control human destiny. At Hanumantha Nagar. 7.30 pm. Tickets (Rs.150) on bookmyshow.com

    At the movies
    November 20 | PVR Cinemas
    The wait for James Bond fans is over. Actor Daniel Craig is back with his fourth performance as the 007 secret agent in Spectre. Watch him take on the global criminal organisation Spectre, in the 24th installment of the Bond franchise. The action-driven spectacle has added new characters to its ensemble, such as Dr Madeleine Swann, Hinx, and Lucia Sciarra.

    High on music
    November 22 | Loft 38
    Get ready to groove to ‘high-tech minimal’ from the man who is a pioneer in the genre, Boris Brejcha. He will perform in the city as part of the Fckng Serious India Tour, along with artistes Ann Clue, Deniz Bul and Raghav Holla. High-tech minimal is a new genre of EDM, which features bass, percussion elements, sound effects, and unexpected turns in music arrangement. At Indiranagar. 6 pm. Tickets (Rs.499) on bookmyshow.com

    Story of the sculptor
    November 24 | National Gallery of Modern Art
    About 50 works of renowned figurative sculptor KS Radhakrishnan are on display at the ongoing exhibition, titled ‘Mapping with Figures: The Evolving Art of KS Radhakrishnan’. Art historian R Siva Kumar has curated the exhibits, which explore the trajectory of Radhakrishnan’s body of work from the late 1990s till date. Till November 27. At Palace Road. 10 am-5 pm (except Mondays). Details: 22342338

    Seasons of love
    November 26 | Alliance Française
    Catch the screening of the French film 2 automnes 3 hivers (2 Autumns, 3 Winters). It follows the life of 33-year-old Arman, who runs into Amélie in a park. Meanwhile, his best friend Benjamin is rushed to hospital after a stroke attack. Over a span of two autumns and three winters, lives of Arman, Amélie and Benjamin intersect in unexpected ways. Entry free. At Vasanth Nagar. 7 pm. Details: 40808181

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