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    Desert tunes
    October 14 | Windmills Craftworks
    The Australian-Rajasthani music
    collaboration, Maru Tarang, is in the
    city this week. The band, whose name means ripples of the desert, features Jeff Lang (guitar and vocals) and Bobby Singh (tabla) from Australia and Asin Langa (sarangi and vocals) and Bhungar Manganiyar (khartal) from Rajasthan.
    9.30 pm. At Whitefield. Tickets
    (`500 upwards) on bookmyshow.com

    Now showing
    October 14 | PVR Cinemas
    Director Ron Howard has
    adapted another Dan Brown
    novel to the silver screen. The film, Inferno is based on the book of the same name and stars Tom Hanks, Felicity Jones and Irrfan Khan. The plot follows Langdon as he unravels the mystery set in Florence.

    Stand-up Saturday
    October 15 | Phoenix Marketcity
    Vir Das is live in Bengaluru. The comedian
    will be performing his new comedy special — Unbelievable. His set promises to absurd,
    crazy and exaggerated. 7.30 pm.
    At Whitefield. Tickets (`999 upwards)
    on bookmyshow.com

    Classical
    collaborations
    October 16 | Chowdiah Memorial Hall
    Milan Maestros in Harmony
    is a festival showcasing Indian and international musicians in collaboration with each other. The seventh edition this week features Rahul Sharma (santoor), George Brooks (saxophone) and Kachra Khan (vocals). 6.45 pm. At Malleswaram. Tickets (`300)
    on bookmyshow.com

    Study in black
    October 17 | William Penn
    William Penn introduces the Lapis Bard, a contemporary dark metal ballpoint pen. Handcrafted with the finest of materials, each Lapis Bard piece is light-bodied with a sharp-faceted clip and gleaming black lacquer
    body. `6,500. At Garuda
    Mall, Magrath Road. Details: 41127993

    Foot in focus
    October 18 | Shoonya
    Nachiket Shankar, a faculty member
    at St. John’s Medical College, is giving a
    lecture about the anatomy of the foot and its crucial role in dance. The session, titled The Fascinating Foot, promises to unravel the architectural elements of the human foot. Entry free. At Lalbagh Road.
    Details: 7760832226

    Spanish soiree
    October 19 | Olive Bar and Kitchen
    The restaurant is hosting an evening titled, A Journey to the Flavours of Spain. Guests can sample wines from the country and pair them with the region’s favourite dishes. The evening also promises a peek into the history, culture and facts about Spain. 8 pm. At Wood Street. Tickets (`2,999)
    on activeholidaycompany.com

    Retro tunes
    October 20 | Hard Rock Cafe
    Mumbai-based, 2Blue (aka Tirthankar Poddar) is playing a tribute to the legendary band, Guns N’ Roses. The musician/actor will perform some of the 80s band’s greatest hits, such as Sweet Child O’ Mine and November Rain. 8.30 pm. At St Mark’s Road. Tickets (`750) on
    bookmyshow.com

    Fighting stigma
    October 15 | NUMA
    Moving Minds is a series of talks connecting mental health
    with art and culture. The session will include a talk by psychologist Shantala Hegde, apart from the launch of a song that deals with the stigma associated with mental issues, by the band, Swarathma. Entry free. 5 pm.
    At Church Street. Details: 65691530

     

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