All fools’ day
April 1 | Rangasthala Auditorium
Director Benson Chacko promises a laugh-riot with his improv comedy show, Fool Proof Improv. Artistes Abhishek Desai, Rohit Nair, Nasir Engineer and Madhu Shukla will take cues from the audience, and weave a funny story on the spot. So reserve some laughs for Fools’ Day. Tickets (Rs 300) available at the venue. At Rangoli Art Centre, MG Road Boulevard. 7.30 pm. Details: 22969265
April 2 | VR Bengaluru
The Bengaluru Market by Karen Anand is back. So spend your Saturday eating and drinking in the company of food and drink enthusiasts. The second edition will also feature entertainment options, including retro music performances. Until April 3. At ITPL Main Road. 12 noon to 10 pm. Details: karenfarmersmarkets.in
Spin the wheel
April 6 | Clay Station
Get your hands dirty at this pottery workshop. The trainers will teach you the basics of pottery — from understanding clay as a medium, hand-building techniques of pinching, coiling and slab work, to wedging, throwing, centering and pulling techniques. You get to take back the bowls, vases and masks you make. At HSR Layout. 10.30 am. Tickets
(Rs 4,200) on eventshigh.com
April 4 | The Freethinking School
Get the school break started with Summer Fest 2016. Kids can groove on the dance floor, carry out science experiments, gorge on a variety of summer treats, or splash into the pool. You can even schedule a visit to an animal farm or head to a fun picnic. At Koramangala. 9 am. Tickets (Rs 5,750) on bookmyshow.com
At the movies
April 1 | PVR Cinemas
R Balki’s much-awaited romantic drama Ki & Ka hits theatres today.
Questioning the gender roles in our society, the film has Kareena Kapoor Khan playing an ambitious marketing manager as Kia, while Arjun Kapoor steps in as her supporting house-husband Kabir.
April 3 | SAIACS
Ahum Trust will host a delightful evening of music, called Beyond Boundaries, to mark Ugadi. A group of Hindustani classical music singers, Sunaad, comprising school students, retired people, and professional artistes, will perform. This will be followed by a gig by Girish Prabhu Collective. Tickets (Rs 150) available at the venue. At Kothnur Post. 6.30 pm.
April 5 | All India
This summer, buying a pair of Michelin tyres for your two wheeler/scooter could really take you places. Michelin has launched the Double Victory Program, where customers get a chance to win a trip to Spain on purchase of a pair of tyres from an authorised Michelin dealer. Also to be won are assured gifts like power banks, pens and coffee mugs. Rs 2,400+ (for scooters) and Rs 3,100+ (for motorcycles).
Until April 30. Details: 08287322233
April 7 | The Warehouse
If you are a Bollywood fan, head to this Indiranagar address on Thursday. DJ Vipul Khurana will play the best of the Hindi hits of 2016. The ‘Bollywood Night’ will also be supported by DJ Harsh Bhutani. Entry free. At Indiranagar. 8.30 pm onwards. Details: 9986626783
A touch of blue
April 2 | Cubbon Park Bandstand
Tomorrow is World Autism Day, and you can do your bit to spread awareness. Wear blue, talk about autism, and ask questions. Or you could show solidarity and show up at Cubbon Park as people gather to discuss autism. There is going to be music, conversations, and much more. The event is being organised by Autism Society of India, ABA India, Bubbles Centre for Autism and Daksh Autism Centre. 4-6 pm. Details: 9880742028