May 13 | Alliance Francaise
In a world where everyone speaks of eradicating infanticide of female children, Vijay Padaki heard the unheard voices of people who are born as neither boy nor girl. Untitled is a play that voices the concerns of transgenders and shows how one such person overcomes all odds. Till May 15. At Vasanthnagar. Tickets
(Rs 300) on bookmyshow.com
May 13 | PVR Cinemas
Based on the former Indian cricketer Mohammad Azharuddin, Azhar is a
sports drama that follows his turbulent personal life,
and career, marred by match-fixing allegations .
Actor Emraan Hashmi takes on the role of Azharuddin.
May 14 | Varahasandra Expressway
LuxeDrive organised by Mercedes-Benz
India will see the introduction of the luxury car maker’s ‘Black Edition’. The event will also allow customers to sample a gourmet spread by Ritu Dalmia, and a chance to view home decor by Gauri Khan Designs. You can also shop from an array of exclusive Mercedes-Benz merchandise. At NICE Road. 11 am. Details: 9902099969
May 15 | KTPO Centre
Let Arijit Singh enthrall you with
his music along with Symphony Orchestra
that consists of over 50 global musicians.
This will be the last leg of his tour with
the orchestra. Don’t miss the Tum Hi Ho
hitmaker. At Whitefield. 6.30 pm. Tickets
(Rs 1,528 upwards) on bookmyshow.com
Sand and sea
May 15 | Ganjam
Ganjam — the heritage jewellery
brand launched three new collections recently. The Sea Life, and Song of the Sea collections represent the beauty of the sea and her creatures. Also taking inspiration from the Japanese art form of paper folding, it pays a tribute to the land of the rising sun with the Origami collection. Rs 44,000 upwards. At Vittal Mallya Road. Details: 46671800
May 17 | Hilton Hotel
Splash into the pool and get ready to exercise while having fun under the sun.
Get fit with certified health coach and personal trainer, Pooja Arora and her water workouts, which help strengthen the core and joints. This fun activity is a calorie-burner for both men and women, and is extremely helpful if you’ve injured your joints. At Domlur. 5.30 pm.
Tickets (Rs 5,725) on eventshigh.com
May 18 | Chinnaswamy Stadium
RCB is back in form after continuous losses, and have climbed up the points table. With a home ground advantage, Kohli and his men are set to take on the Punjab team, led by Murali Vijay. Don’t miss out on watching Virat Kohli in his best form ever, along with the best international cricketers, Shane Watson and AB de Villiers. At MG Road. 8 pm. Tickets (Rs 1,400 upwards) on ipltickets.net
May 19 | Online
Get your hands on Montegrappa’s limited edition pens, inspired by swashbuckling adventurers. Offered in piston-fed fountain and rollerball variants, these pens are engraved with skulls, eye patches, cutlasses and pirate hats. Made with an 18k gold nib, they come in treasure chest-style packaging. With only 399 pieces available, we suggest you hurry up and place your order. Rs 3.59 lakhs upwards.
Till May 20 | ITC Gardenia
Italian restaurant Ottimo hosts a food festival focusing on the spring vegetable, asparagus. Called the Spring Asparagus Sojourn, chef Sasha Maria Dominique Fernandes has crafted a menu that will best showcase the vegetable. Choose from dishes like thyme-scented asparagus and scallops mille feuille, and white asparagus and ricotta tarte. Rs 2,500++ for two. At Residency Road. Details: 66825140