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    Rocky road
    September 23 | blueFrog
    Girish and the Chronicles, the hard
    rock band from Sikkim, will be performing at blueFrog as part of the Frozen Night event. The groupa��s influences include bands such as Led Zeppelin, AC/DC, Deep Purple, Iron Maiden and Guns and Roses. 8.30 pm. At Church Street. Tickets (`500) on bookmyshow.com

    Now showing
    September 23 | PVR Cinemas
    The Magnificent Seven is a remake of the 1960 Western of the same name. The film has an ensemble cast that includes Denzel Washing-ton, Chris Pratt, Ethan Hawke and Vincent Da��Onofrio. Set in the 1870s, the story follows a band of outlaws who are recruited to fight a villainous industrialist.

    Open secret
    September 24 | Hard Rock Cafe
    Head to this popular watering hole to catch the band, Best Kept Secret, live in action. Known for their high energy gigs, the setlist will include some of their favourite rock tunes. 8.30 pm. At St Marka��s Road. Tickets (`1,000) on bookmyshow.com

    Totally techno
    September 25 | Pebble
    Tel Aviva��s DJ Guy J and Guy Mantzur
    are taking control of the dance floor this week. The DJs will be playing some of the best techno, house and progressive tunes. Also taking the stage will be Audio Units, Kashish and Omar. 5 pm. At Palace Grounds.
    Tickets (`499) on clubbers.co.in

    Funny side up
    September 26 | Take5
    Make your Monday less boring with Bangalore Comedy Cluba��s stand-up night, One Mic Stand. City comedians, Rupen Paul and Suhas Navarathna, will showcase their best material as Vamsidhar Bhogaraju hosts the evening. 8.30 pm. At Indiranagar. Tickets (`200) on bookmyshow.com

    Green talk
    September 27 | The Humming Tree
    Presented by Ecofolk, the Sustainability Drinks event
    will see guests exchanging ideas about creating a more sustainable world, and the social and environmental challenges we face. Entry free. 6.45 pm. At Indiranagar. Details: 9886618386

    Politically correct
    September 28 | Shoonya
    The art platform is hosting a discussion
    and democratic forum entitled The Personal is The Political. Moderated
    discussions will revolve around the book
    of essays, On Nationalism. Speakers include Deepa Dhanraj, Chandan Gowda, Madhu Bhushan and Kirtana Kumar.
    Free entry. 5 pm. At Lalbagh Road.
    Details: 7760832226


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