Back in time
May 27 | Jagriti Theatre
Beyond the Bubble is an action-packed play where humans live in remote bubbles. Suitable for all ages, it is about the current issues we face in the country. It also provokes the next generation to solve the problems for a better future. Turn to Page 7 for details
May 28 | Shoonya
Deriving inspiration from Shakespeare’s Hamlet, If It Be Now takes the raw, human form of Hamlet and puts him in the spotlight to eliminate the darkness surrounding his character. Due to its explicit content and imagery, it allows viewers above age 18 only. At Lal Bagh Road. 8 pm. Tickets (`150) on
At the movies
May 27 | PVR Cinemas
Waiting revolves around two strangers meeting at the crossroads of their life. The odd pair befriend
each other while looking after their respective comatose spouses. The movie also reflects the culture of urban India.
May 29 | Ten Sports
With over 380 million viewers from close to 250 countries, the UEFA Champions League final is one the most watched sporting events in the world. This year, ten-time champions Real Madrid face
two-time finalists Atletico Madrid at Milan’s San Siro Stadium. Will football idol Zinedine Zidane’s in-form squad hold-off against Atletico’s star striker Antoine Griezmann? At 12.15 am.
May 30 | Bloom & Grow
Learn to make jewellery using clay and
silk in this workshop conducted by Lámour. On the first day, make jhumkas, bangles, necklaces, bracelets and rings using silk threads. The second day will be spent in learning how to make clay jewellery. At Koramangala. 11.30 am-5 pm.
Tickets (Rs 3,500) on eventshigh.com
Poets of summer
May 31 | Urban Solace
On the 248th edition of Tuesdays
with the Bard, Urban Solace features Callahan Connor (aka C-Command), the spoken word artiste based in Toronto and Pune. Debuting his one-man spoken word show, The Living Shh, in India, he will be taking the audience to a surreal space. Entry free. 8 pm. At Ulsoor. Details: 49653471
On the racks
June 1 | The Lalit Ashok
Get ready for some retail therapy as
over 80 international and national designers from Mumbai, Kolkata, Banaras and more, will come together to showcase their best creations. Apart from giving your wardrobe an update, you can also lay your hands on interesting home decor. Entry free.
10 am. At Kumara Krupa Road.
June 2 | Hard Rock Cafe
After their successful show in the city at BFlat, the Aayushi Karnik Trio are back. Influenced by legends like Stevie Ray Vaughan, Derek Trucks and John Mayer, this multi-genre band has Aayushi Karnik on
the lead guitar and vocals, Legsang Sherpa on bass and Sudhakar Prabhu on drums. At
St Marks Road. 8 pm. Tickets (`1,000 upwards) on bookmyshow.com