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    Unscripted nights
    August 26 | Rangasthala Auditorium
    Bengaluru’s newest obsession
    is improv evenings. Tonight, the
    Improv Comedy Bangalore troupe is performing a set at the MG Road Metro station. Unscripted comedy at its finest, the comedians will take suggestions from the audience and act out the scenes.
    8 pm. At MG Road. Tickets (`300)
    on bookmyshow.com

    At the movies
    August 26 | PVR cinemas
    Nine Lives is a comedy by
    Barry Sonnenfeld who is famous
    for the Men in Black series. The movie is about a businessman, Tom Brand
    (Kevin Spacey) who buys a cat for his daughter from a mysterious pet shop. The next morning, Brand finds himself trapped inside the cat’s body.

    Techno boom
    August 27 | blueFrog
    DJ Clement aka Clement D’Souza
    is taking control of the dance floor tomorrow. He
    has been in the industry for almost two decades
    now and will be playing deep, techno, house, progressive and bigroom at the gig. `500. 9 pm.
    At Church Street. Details: 69999549

    Techno boom
    August 27 | blueFrog
    DJ Clement aka Clement D’Souza
    is taking control of the dance floor tomorrow. He
    has been in the industry for almost two decades
    now and will be playing deep, techno, house, progressive and bigroom at the gig. `500. 9 pm.
    At Church Street. Details: 69999549

    Halasuru habba
    August 28 | Bengaluru Oota Company
    Bangalore Eats, is a city-wide food
    walk with a side of culture. This weekend the
    walk will take place in the Halasuru neighbourhood. It will include a little scavenger hunt ending in a restaurant where the participants will have lunch.10.30 am. At Cambridge Layout. Tickets
    (` 1650) on bookmyshow.com

    Changing tunes
    August 29 | New York
    With Beyonce’s singles like
    Formation and Hold Up nominated under 11 categories, this year’s MTV Video Music Awards looks like it belongs to Queen B. Also on the dais is Adele’s music video Hello with seven nominations. This coupled with performances by Nick Jonas and Britney Spears, ensures that this gala is sure to enthral pop music fans. At Madison Square Garden. On VH1. From
    9 am onwards. Details: vh1.in

    Sibling bonding
    August 30 | Ranga Shankara
    Gumma Banda Gumma by director
    Sundaraj V is a Kannada adaptation of
    the German play, Max Und Milli. It is about children and their unconditional love and relationships with siblings and adults. The play highlights how children react to each other without the restrictions of the adult world.7.30 pm. At JP Nagar. Tickets (`100)
    on bookmyshow.com

    Roaring tigers
    August 31 | Atta Galatta
    A session about the LTTE organisation
    and Sri Lanka is being hosted by Atta Galatta, titled LTTE: Origins and Demise. It will discuss the ethnic conflict of the guerrilla force, Sri Lankan politics and the events, from three decades ago, that lead to the assassination of Rajiv Gandhi.
    6.30pm. At Koramangala. Tickets
    (`500) on eventshigh.com

    Dairy free
    September 1 | Bloom & Grow
    Vegans are almost always left with
    very few choices when it comes
    to desserts. Bloom & Grow has a Vegan Fondant Cupcake decorating workshop. Participants can learn
    the art of making eggless cupcakes, vegan fondants and using stencils
    to make designs.10 am. At Koramangala. Tickets (`3,500)
    on eventshigh.com

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