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    Sun, sand, music
    November 7 | UB City
    Experience the Maldives at UB City
    arena through artistes, Faa��thu, Fasy, Nottnegal and K-OPS, who will bring you their beautiful, soothing island music. Entitled Sounds of Maldives, the music
    festival aims to promote the island nation.
    At Vittal Mallya Road. Tickets (`500 up
    wards) on bookmyshow.com


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    November 8 | Ritz Carlton
    UK-based Grammy-winning Dirty Vegas, made up of Steve Smith and Paul Harris, will take over the turntables at the Ritz Carlton for a grand weekend. Renowned for their debut single, Days Go By in 2001, they will be joined by John a�?00a�� Fleming, an artiste who has been around for two decades, and will be spinning some progressive edgy trance. At Residency Road. Tickets (`750) on


    Picture perfect
    November 9 | WeMove Theatre
    Spend your Sunday constructively by
    signing up for a photography workshop with WeMove. The third season of WeChitra, Approaching Photography will take you through the basics of photography and composition. Expect
    a live street session in the late noon or evening.
    At Raghavendra Colony. Tickets (`1,500) on bookmyshow.com


    Decoding religion
    November 12 | Alliance Francaise
    Catch the screening of Belly of the
    Tantra, a documentary film by Pankaj Purohit. The 72-minute film looks into the radical beliefs and rituals of the Tantra, incited by religion. It traces the eccentricities
    of Hinduism as it developed along the
    river Ganges and throughout India. At Vasanthnagar. Details: 40808181


    November 7 | PVR Cinemas
    Directed by Christopher Nolan, and featuring a cast
    of heavy weights like Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hatha way, and Jessica Chastain, Interstellar explores what happens when life on earth is on the verge of coming to an end. A team of explorers travels beyond the realm of
    the planet to scour the
    universe for alternate
    liveable options.


    Taste A�of Saigon
    November 10 | Blue Ginger
    Take some time out to master the
    art of Vietnamese cuisine at Indiaa��s first Vietnamese restaurant. From the fragrant pho to delicate rice paper rolls, the chefs at Blue Ginger will assist you with their expert guidance. Also taste the fruits of your
    labour, at lunch. `850+. At Race
    Course Road. Details: 66605660


    Comedy blender
    November 11 | Biere Club
    Gear up for a laughter session by
    Melbourne International Comedy Festival, who are conducting an open-mic comedy competition, the winner of which gets to
    perform at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2015. Also watch Raghav Mandava, David Williams, Kate McLennan, Elbow Skin, Ronny Chieng, and Nish Kumar
    in action. At Lavelle Road. Tickets (`350 upwards) on bookmyshow.com


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    November 13 | Gallery Third Eye
    Gallery Third Eye presents works of
    artists Runa Biswas and PN Jha all through this month. While Biswas is renowned for her watercolour work from subtle to strong brush strokes, Jhaa��s pieces are marked by their blend of various colours, with a strong Madhubani influence. At Yemlur Main
    Road. Details: 9916586941


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