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    What lies beneath
    May 27, Art Houz
    British artist Tatiana de Stempel explores controversial themes like race, colour and societal discrimination in her latest exhibition at Art Houz. The three-part show displays works in media like film, photography, and painting, and aims to make you think past the shade of one’s skin. More on P 19

    Turn it up
    May 27, Mumbai
    After hosting their own stage at Creamfields Festival—and organising one-day events across Belgium, England, the Netherlands and Hong Kong—clubbing concept Don’t Let Daddy Know (DLDK) comes to India. Besides local act Anish Sood, the line-up boasts current EDM superstars Arty, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, Third Party and Sem Vox.
    For more on their headliner, Steve Angello, turn to P 23

    At the movies
    May 27, SPI Cinemas
    Follow Alice as she returns to the magical world of Wonderland where she attempts to help the Mad Hatter (Johnny Depp) deal with his problems by revisiting the past. Starring Mia Wasikowska in the lead role, Alice Through The Looking Glass is directed by James Bobin. Also releasing Housefull 3. Details: 42244224

    Band conscious
    May 28, Phoenix MarketCity
    Phoenix MarketCity hosts Agam, the versatile seven-piece Carnatic rock band from Bengaluru known for hits like Dhanashree Thillana and Malhar Jam. They have been around for over a decade and have performed at festivals like The Great Indian October Fest and NH7 Weekender.Tomorrow, from 7 pm onwards. Details: 30083007

    The big game
    May 29, Bengaluru
    Royal Challengers Bangalore have scripted an astonishing comeback by reaching the final of the IPL. They now face the winner of the second eliminator between Gujarat Lions and the winner of the do-or-die encounter between Kolkata and Hyderabad. Can Kohli go all the way and bag the trophy? Find out this Sunday. 8 pm on Star Sports. Details: iplt20.com

    Flying low
    May 30, Scoot
    Chennai to Singapore in a Boeing 787 Dreamliner with on-board Wi-Fi and Singaporean street food (nasi lemak anyone?) at just Rs 5,300? Sounds too good to be true. The city welcomes the arrival of Scoot Airlines, a subsidiary of Singapore Airlines Group, that offers cheap flights to Singapore and Australia. More on P 29

    Into the forest
    May 31, Sir Mutha Hall
    Watch the Ben Aim brothers, Christian and Francois, bring alive Melusine Thiry’s book, La Foret de Racine on stage through a poetic depiction featuring dance and visuals. It is about a boy named Racine who flees into a forest to escape his daily troubles but instead sets on a road to self-rediscovery. Organised by Alliance Francaise. More on P 19

    Two to tango
    June 1, Double Roti
    Double Roti has opened their third branch in the city, after Teynampet and Neelankarai. Located in Anna Nagar, the new branch features a revamped menu with 15 new pizzas, starters like chicken wings and fish n chips and a massive four-patty beef burger called Hey Bhagwan that weighs a kilo! Burgers from Rs 225 onwards. Open from 12.30 pm to 11 pm. Details: 9811337803

    Sal groves calling
    June 2, Taj Hotels
    Taj Safari’s newest property is Meghauli Serai in Nepal. It is located in the Chitwan National Park where over 500 native species of birds, the Royal Bengal Tiger, and the Indian rhinoceros reside. Featuring 13 independent rooms, the resort also arranges trips to local villages where you can savour homemade Nepalese cuisine. Details: tajhotels.com

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