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    Tall tales
    December 5 | Atta Galatta
    Kathalaya shares the magic of stories with their world storytelling festival Katha Sandhya, with options for young and old alike. Part of the organisation’s 15th anniversary celebrations, little ones will be enchanted by the dramatically presented tales. Adults can reconnect with the power of a good yarn with a performance drawing from Scottish folklore, Indian tales and Greek myths. Rs.350 per session. 6 pm onwards at Koramangala. Details: 41600677

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    Cultural cocktail
    December 6 | Leela Palace
    The Blenders Pride Fashion Tour is back, promising a dazzling weekend of high fashion, plus leading names across music, design and writing. Watch out for designs from Varun Bahl, Abraham & Thakore, Little Shilpa and Gaurav Gupta, as well as a talk by Chetan Bhagat, and music from Midival Punditz and Boom Bay Central. Until December 7. At Old Airport Road. Details: facebook.com/blenderspridefashiontour

     

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    Keeping a secret
    December 10 | Online
    The Victoria’s Secret show 2014, just recorded, saw the angels and guest stars donning exquisite creations down the runway at London’s Earl’s Court. Super models Adriana Lima and Alessandra Ambrosio wore $2 million bras, crafted by Mouawad jewelers using 16,000 rubies, diamonds and sapphires, all of which are strung together with 18-carat gold which took more than 1,380 hours to make. Also in the show were names like Jourdan Dunn, Doutzen Kroes and Candice Swanepoel. Catch the show online at youtube.com

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    Studio sound
    December 11 | White Orchid Convention Center
    After his successful Mumbai appearance last year, breakthrough Dutch DJ, Nicky Romero will perform live here for the first time, promising EDM fans a set of non-stop hit tracks. Known for his viral tune Toulouse, and his chart-topper with Avicii I Could Be the One, expect a distinctive sound from the DJ. At Nagavara. Tickets (Rs.1,499 upwards) on bookmyshow.com

     

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    December 5 | PVR Cinemas
    Suspenseful action thriller Black Sea stars unemployed former submarine captain Robinson (Jude Law), who takes up an unlikely commission to search for a sunken Nazi U-boat containing a haul of gold, partly to settle his score with a former employer, but also to reinfuse meaning into his life. Assembling a crew of misfits, Robinson’s treasure hunt begins, but greed and desperation start to colour the mission, as the men fight it out in their claustrophobic surroundings.

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    The other half
    December 7 | Jagriti
    An original scripted children’s musical, Anu is directed by Tanisha Herbert, and features her all-female choir Girls Only. An exploration of the differences between wealthy and poor families, it catapults the teenage protagonist, Anu, into the world of the ragpicker children that she passes daily, forcing her to stop and re-examine aspects of her own privileged existence. 3 pm and 6.30 pm. At Whitefield. Tickets (Rs.250 upwards) on jagrititheatre.com

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    December 8 | Evoluzione
    Designed keeping in mind the bride and her trousseau, Rani by Nikasha is a delicate and pretty collection, with pieces that include traditional embroidery, and vintage romantic prints like jasmine buds, cherry blossoms and Siuli. Silhouettes are waif like, yet flattering with a blend of the traditional and contemporary. Rs.6,000 upwards. At Vittal Mallya Road. Details: 41121088

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    December 9 | Alliance Française
    Bringing together Chennai-born poet Anupama Raju and photographer Pascal Bernard from La Rochelle, France, the Surfaces and Depths exhibition is both cross cultural and cross disciplinary. Both artistes strive to go beyond the mundane, pose questions and initiate discussions, making this a meeting of creative minds. Entry free. Until December 21. At Vasant Nagar. Details: 41231340

     

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