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    Folksy1 interlude
    January 30 | bFlat
    Catch Mahesh and the Mix who will be performing their first gig today. Formed in late 2014, their sound revolves around the musical leanings of singer / songwriter Mahesh Raghunandan. The folk and roots-based outfit comprises Anish Nadh on guitars, Ravi Nair on bass and Ashwin Shekhar on drums, apart from Mahesh on vocals and acoustic guitar.  At Indiranagar. Tickets (Rs.400) on  bookmyshow.com

     

    Down under
    February 1 | Sony Six
    The season opening grand slam final will see the best in the business battle it out. While last year saw Li Na and Stanislas Wawrinka win the competition, with Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Maria Sharapova, and the Williams sisters in the fray this time around, we’re sure it’s going to go down to the wire. Men’s finals at 1.30 pm

    Colour coded
    February 2 | Raymond Shop
    Clothe yourself in the colour of the year, marsala, with Grasim’s latest collection. A shade that oozes sophistication and class, it lends itself beautifully to evening wear, with the line boasting a fine selection of jackets made out of fabrics that promise to be seamlessly soft and smooth. Rs.4,995 upwards. At MG Road. Details: 25550902

    Dance kaleidoscope
    February 5 | Alliance Francaise
    Meghna Das presents Anamika, a collaboration of three classical dances of India. The dance drama explores the characters of the three women whose lives were significantly impacted by Lord Krishna. While the dance describes three mythological characters, the theatrical part sees a
    modern woman looking for answers.

    3Travel tales
    February 4 | Chitrakala Parishat
    Darter Photography, a photography and travel company, organises an exhibition titled Wanderlust. The event showcases photographs curated from their clients’ travels across the globe. The five-day exhibition will also see a line-up of talks and workshops by skilled professionals. Entry free. At Kumara Krupa High Grounds. Details: 22261816

     

     

    Look north
    February 3 | Benjarong
    Benjarong gives you ‘a million reasons to feast’ with its Ancient Tales of Lanna festival, celebrating the cuisine of northern Thailand. Promising unique flavours and rich textures, you can hope for dishes like Khao Soi curry (a coconut dish served over egg noodles), and the chili dips that the north is famous for. Rs.1,500 approximately for two. Until February 8. At Ulsoor. Details: 32217201

    2Getting electric
    January 31 | CounterCulture
    Indie March is back with its third edition and will be held over four weekends. Gear up for a lively evening with four electro / electronic / disco bands scheduled to perform. The line-up comprises Nicholson, who is debuting in Bangalore, Nischay Parekh and Jiver Singh, Sandune and Alexis. At Whitefield. Tickets (Rs.350) on bookmyshow.com

     

    At the  movies
    January 30 | PVR Cinemas
    With a strong cast that boasts the likes of Michael Keaton, Emma Stone, Zach Galifianakis, and Naomi Watts, Birdman is one of the top
    contenders for the Oscars this year. The tale revolves around has-been actor Riggan, who is forced to come to terms with his lost fame, that resulted out of an exciting role as a superhero.

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