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    Telling talereyannehplay
    April 15 | Adishakti
    In the second week of Adishakti’s Remembering Veenapani festival, expect a mix of diverse performances. On Sunday, witness a stirring depiction of the story of Reyhaneh Jabbari, who was hanged for murdering the man who tried to rape her.  Titled 7/7/07, the play is directed by Faezeh Jalali from Mumbai. April 17, 8  pm. Details: 9578542882

    At the movies
    April 15 | SPI Cinemas
    Ever since the trailer of Fan was released, fans have been eager to know how the movie will turn out to be. SRK will be seen in a double role in the film, which is about a movie star named Aryan Khanna and his obsessive look-alike fan, Gaurav, who will go to any length to grab his hero’s attention. Directed by Maneesh Sharma, with songs by Vishal-Shekhar. Details: 42244224

    Mixing point
    April 16 | Ashvita Bistro
    Sign up for the mixology workshop coming up at Ashvita Bistro, where you can learn bartending skills from David Arokyaraj, founder of Pondicherry Academy of Bartending. The mixologist, who is also known as PAB David, will prepare some of his signature cocktails like Betel.in. More on Page 8

    Chasing serpentssnakewalk
    April 17 | Madras Crocodile Bank Trust
    If you are not the kind who gets goosebumps at the sight of snakes, then the snake walk at Madras Crocodile Bank Trust will be an enlightening experience. To be helmed by the organisation’s founder Rom Whitaker, the event allows participants to stay overnight, learn more about the taxonomy of snakes and interact with the skilled snake catchers of the Irula community. More on Page 13

    Putting it right
    April 18 | Madras Gymkhana
    Golf Academy
    Learn the basics of golfing from city-based  professional golfer, Sandeep Syal, who will coach kids from six to 16 years of age. To be held at the golfer’s home course, the camp will also feature yoga sessions as part of the camp’s fitness regimen. Besides Syal, there will also be coaches from the National Golf Academy of India. April 18-28. Details: 9884913686

    Roar of the lions
    April 19 | Punjab
    Both their opening matches were a study in contrasts. While Kolkata Knight Riders had a smooth ride against a new-look Delhi Daredevils, Kings XI Punjab ended up on the losing side against debutante Rising Pune Supergiants. Gautam Gambhir knows his team has the edge in their tie next week.
    April 18, 8 pm. Details: iplt20.com

    NK1Done with dye
    April 20 | Collage
    Kolkata-based designer Nupur Kanoi brings her Traveling Trunk show to the city, where she has given a Western twist to traditional
    outfits. With prime focus on tie and dye,
    the line also features few floral prints. At Collage, till April 20. More on Page 10

     

    Bread spread
    April 21| Hilton
    The Indian Curry Trail at Hilton’s Ayna is the restaurant’s first food festival after its revamp. Featuring delectable bread and curry combinations, the menu features dishes like Konkan traditional chicken with multi-grain pooris, rich Punjabi soya accompanied with soft kulcha, etc. Around `2,500 plus taxes for two.
    Details: 22255555

    Sound effect
    April 15 | Goethe-Institut
    Lose yourself in the sounds of the trombone — an instrument seen in symphony orchestras and with jazz bands — at Goethe-Institut’s upcoming concert featuring the instrumental duo of Lisa Sarasini (trombone)and Aron Tringlani (piano). They will be accompanied
    by Zeeshan Nabi.Today, 7 pm. Details: 28331314 Today, 7 pm. Details: 28331314

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