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    Cuban strains
    March 13 | Windmills Craftworks
    Cuban songstress, Doris Lavin takes the stage at Jazz theatre today. Praised by well-known Cuban trumpeter, Lazaro Herrera as a timeless sonera (salsa singer), Lavin moved to Italy in 1996 and has performed across the globe with artistes like Patato Valdes, Felix Valoy and Guillermo Rubalcaba. Turn to Page 5 for details.

    Between the lines
    March 14 | Jus Trufs
    Make your way to Jus Trufs chocolatiers this Saturday for a session of storytelling by artiste Ameen Haque. Called Shades of Love, the event sees Haque narrate mesmerising tales that deal with making relationships work, and believing in your dreams. At Jakkur. Tickets (Rs.200) on bookmyshow.com

    Finding answers
    March 15 | Jus

    Trufs Chocolatiers Lillete Dubey, Mohan Agashe, Ira Dubey, Rajeev Siddhartha and Anuschka Sawhney come together to stage Adhe Adhure. Middle-aged Savitri finds herself unhappy and irritated with life. Dealing with an unemployed son, a promiscuous daughter and a husband who isn’t much financial or emotional support, she is driven to having a string of extra marital affairs. What she discovers is that all men are the same. At Jakkur. Rs.300. Details: 9844016984

    Stiff competition
    March 19 | Hard Rock Cafe
    Battle of the Bands is back this Thursday. The outfits taking the stage are Aghor, Drown Silence and White Mug. Chosen from over 10,000 bands, the panel judging the Bangalore leg will include local experts like the band One Nite Stand, Gaurav Vaz and the like. Rs.500. At St  Marks Road. Details: 41242222

    Girls’ night out
    March 18 | The Eatery
    Four Points by Sheraton, Whitefield launches its special offer on Wednesdays for women. Dine at The Eatery for lunch or dinner and avail a 50 per cent discount. If you’re up to it, also take advantage of the happy hours where you can choose from domestic and imported craft beers. Rs.1,200++ for two. At Whitefield Main Road. Details: 49652568

    Black and white
    March 17 | Tasveer Gallery
    Tasveer Gallery conducts an exhibition of photographs by legendary Indian photojournalist Sunil Janah. Having covered events like the Indian independence movement, the Bengal famine, the Nehruvian era and the lives and ways of various tribal communities, this showcase is a peek into the past. At Kasturba Road. Details: 40535217

    Time keeper
    March 16 | Helios
    DKNY launches its Soho collection of time pieces in keeping with global, contemporary trends. Choose from a green or candy floss dial well complemented by a white strap. You can also opt for a polished silver dial with either a blue ombre bezel or one with shades of the setting sun, both of which comes with a silver bracelet. Rs.8,995 upwards. At 80 Feet Road, Koramangala. Details: 41217464

    Now showing
    March 13 | PVR Cinemas
    Little Chappie is gifted, special and a prodigy at his age. But unlike his peers, he is a robot. Directed by Neill Blomkamp and starring Hugh Jackman, Dev Patel and Sharlto Copley, Chappie is about the first robot who can think and feel. The plot takes you through his years growing up and how he deals with the ups and downs of life.

    Comedy kick start
    March 14 | U4IA
    Laugh off the blues as U4IA hopes to bring some fun back into your life. Stand-up comedians Praveen Kumar, Satish Perumai and RSM, known to make simple situations look funny, will keep you giggling well after the show is over. The menu will have onion rings, chicken coriander, dynamite shrimp, pizzas and a freshly brewed beer. Cover charge Rs.200 up. At New BEL Road, 9 pm onwards. Details: 49653000

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