January 3 | Jayamahal Palace
Enjoy some weekend bonding with your pet at the city’s comprehensive Pet Santhe. You’re welcome to bring an animal or bird along or just enjoy the amusing contest categories like best dressed pet and most exotic breed or even join the Swachch Bharath campaign, and clean up after your furry friends. 9 am onwards on Saturday and Sunday. Rs150 entry.
Details: 8197979595 or 9743055222
Laugh out loud
January 4 | Vapour Brewery
Laugh OK Please is a series of comedy
nights at Vapour, every first and third Sunday. This time around EVAM, considered South India’s best stand-up ensemble, will tickle your funny bone along with comedians from across the country. Enjoy the Sunday dinner and craft beers, which the venue is famous for as well. On until February.
At 100 Feet Road, Indiranagar.
Rs300 on bookmyshow.com
January 5 |Chennai
India’s most anticipated tennis tournament, Aircel Chennai Open, returns. Featuring returning champions Stanislas Wawrinka, Feliciano Lopez, Roberto Bautista-Agut, David Goffin and Chennai favourite Janko Tipsarevic. India’s top two ranked singles players, Somdev Devvarman and Ramkumar Ramanathan, will be leading the Indian
Story of anarchy
January 7 | Rangashankara
Bechara Maara Gaya is an adaptation of Dario Fo’s Accidental Death of an Anarchist, a hard-hitting yet humorous account of rampant corruption. Set in North India, it revolves around the custodial death of a train-bombing suspect. Slapstick humour is woven into
the social commentary in an entertaining fashion. Tickets (Rs 200) on
January 2, PVR Cinemas
Essentially a romance, Love, Rosie is a simple story that turns complex, when two best friends are separated by the Atlantic Ocean. Originally from Dublin, Rosie and Alex have known each other since they were five and the film switches from past to present, to document their relationship through thick and thin. As they grow older their lives become separate, but there is still something that draws them together, time after time. Will they stand the test of time
Back in time
January 4 | PVR Forum Mall
From Here To Eternity, a musical by Tim Rice takes you back to Pearl Harbor, 1941. On the brink of war, troubled Private Prewitt (Robert Lonsdale) falls for the kind-hearted escort club girl Lorene (Siubhan Harrison), while his platoon sergeant, Warden (Darius Campbell), embarks on an affair with his commanding officer’s wife. Tickets
(Rs250 and Rs290) on pvr.com
January 6 | Myntra.com
Myntra, in association with DIESEL, is offering 11 premium limited-edition denims crafted by Nicola Formichetti, the creative director of DIESEL. Meant for the true denim connoisseurs
each pair is an exclusive handmade design that will set you back by Rs1 lakh. Only seven of these are exclusively available on Myntra.com.
Play dress up
January 8 | Phoenix MarketCity
FCUK’s new collection gives you more reasons to celebrate. Start 2015 with a fresh new wardrobe, like this Angelfire Sparkle dress. There are also chic options like the fitted flare dress and a black jumpsuit to take you from the boardroom to the dance floor. Rs7,000 upwards. At Mahadevapura.