November 4 | Blue Frog
Jean du Voyage describes
himself as a turntablist and beat
maker. This French DJ performs in
the city this weekend. Turn to
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November 4 | PVR Cinemas
Doctor Strange is the latest Marvel superhero movie, starring British heartthrob Benedict Cumberbatch. After losing his hands in an accident, the protagonist, Stephen Strange, approaches a secret cult for healing but instead acquires more powers than he had hoped for.
November 5 | Koramangala Social
German DJ and producer Martin
Roth aka Anjunadeep, is one of the
biggest names in the underground dance scene. Head down to this bar for some of his latest deep house and progressive hits. Entry free. 8 pm. At Koramangala. Details: 40515253
A kingai??i??s tale
November 6 | Alliance FranAi??aise
Attend the play reading of Girish
Karnadai??i??s classic, Tughlaq. The play is about Delhiai??i??s sultan, Mohammed-bin-Tughlaq and his eccentricities. It explores why his seemingly good ideas resulted in chaos. Entry free. 5 pm. At Vasanth Nagar.
November 7 | Ranga Shankara
The annual festival is back. Donai??i??t miss Maayakkomaalikalin Jaalakannadi, a Tamil play, directed by S Murugaboopathy. A medley of body movements and special light
effects, make this a must watch!
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Manipur on song
November 8 | Humming Tree
Frontman of rock band, Imphal
Talkies & The Howlers, Akhu, takes the stage this week. His music is about resistance and militarisation, based out of experiences from his home state of Manipur. 9 pm. At Indiranagar.
Tickets (`200) insider.in
Journey of life
November 9 | Jagriti Theatre
Director Vandana Prabhu takes The Rabbit Hole to the stage. It revolves around a couple whose life changes after an accident and follows how they find their path back to happiness. The play has been written by the winner of the 2007 Pulitzer Prize, David Lindsay-Abaire. 8 pm. At Whitefield. Tickets (`300)
November 10 | Aruna
Jazz guitarist Matte Palasti and
percussionist Tamas Siska from Hungary perform at the Bangalore School of Music. Their set includes a mix of flamenco, world music, jazz
and upbeat Brazilian rhythms. 7.30
pm. At RT Nagar. Tickets (`225)