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    Feel the beat
    January 20 | Windmills Craftwork
    A jazz trio featuring Nadishana, David Kuckhermann and Mohini Dey, presents a musical night. The trio wil perform with percussion instruments like the hang drum and other hand pans to create a combination of sounds with electric bass.
    At Whitefield, 9.30 pm. Tickets
    (`500) on bookmyshow.com

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    Crop tales
    January 21 | Kavade Attic
    Storyteller Vikram Sridhar shares
    stories of festivals such as Pongal, Sankranthi, Bihu and Lohri. These
    harvest festival tales will explore
    traditions around sowing seeds,
    different kinds of rice, soil and rituals. At Seshadripuram, 5.30 pm. Tickets (`150) on bookmyshow.com

    Character creation
    January 23 | Shoonya Centre
    The art centre hosts a theatre
    workshop focussing on developing
    character. Writer-directors Suguru Yamamoto and Neel Chaudhuri share their thoughts using a sequence of exercises and improvisations that look at physicality, behaviour and relationships. At Lalbagh Road, 10 am. Tickets (`200 )
    on bookmyshow.com

    Dusk to dawn
    January 25 | IIM-B
    The 14th edition of Yamini – a 12-hour Indian classical music and dance
    extravaganza is here. Presented by IIM Bangalore and SPIC MACAY, the cultural night will feature award winning artists like Padma Shri Venkatesh Kumar, Padma Shri Ustad Shahid Pervez, Sujata Mohapatra, The Akkarai Sisters and others. Entry Free. At Bannerghatta Road, 6 pm. Details: 8861969727

    Soulful sagas
    January 22 | Jus Trufs Chocolatiers
    Ghazal maestro Ram Nagaraj
    recreates the magic of ghazals from the 80s’ and 90s’. He presents some of the most popular hits
    by Pankaj Udhas, Jagjit Singh among others. At Jakkur Road,
    6.30 pm. Tickets (`300) on
    bookmyshow.com

    Satirical take
    January 24 | Ranga Shankara
    The Kannada comedy titled Sahebaru Baruttare, an adaptation of Nikolai Gogol’s The Government Inspector, will be staged next week. It’s a satire on the political and administrative turmoil of a small town and focuses on a senior inspector who goes on a city tour and discovers the ugly side of people and their surroundings. At JP Nagar, 7.30 pm. Tickets (`100) on bookmyshow.com

    Summer of 69
    January 26 | Hard Rock Cafe
    As a part of their 10th year anniversary
    celebration, Hard Rock Cafe presents a live musical night by Livewire, as a tribute to Bryan Adams. Additionally, Livewire will play music from genres like rock, blues, rock n’ roll, alternative and classical rock. At St Mark’s Road, 8.30 pm. Tickets
    (`1,000) on bookmyshow.com

    The legacy continues
    January 20 | Gallery G
    Celebrated artist Rukmini Varma, the great-great
    granddaughter of Raja Ravi Varma, presents her first show after
    33 years. Titled Opulence and Eternity, the paintings are a mix of mythological themes and depict royal characters, kings and queens. Entry
    free. At Lavelle Road. Details: 22219275

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