June 26 | Biere Club
The Comedy Club by The Biere Club presents The Empire Strikes Back with Anuvab Pal taking over the stage. A satire on the British rule, screaming news anchors and pushy media people, it also deals with
people’s pet peeves and more.
At Whitefield. `600 on
June 27 | Total Yoga Fitness Centre
V Balakrishnan, artistic director of Theatre
Nisha, conducts theatre workshop today. The plan
is to let go of the idea of the result and stay in the moment. The workshop seeks to explore the instinctive and reject the manipulative. At Indiranagar. Tickets (`4,500) on bookmyshow.com
Living by the book
June 28 | Atta Galatta
A performance of Indian stories for children and adults, The Dancing Tales combines the oral and visual media of dance, music and storytelling. Organised by Atta Galatta, the series aims to curate a selection of stories from across the country, blending it with dance, music and narration for an engaging experience. The story for this
edition is the story of Ghatotkacha, the son of Bheema. At
Koramangala. Tickets (`250) on bookmyshow.com
The graveyard shift
July 2 | The Humming Tree
Written, directed and performed by Kirtana Kumar, One Night in Paris is the story of a middle aged Indian woman, who is smitten with Jim Morrison and The Doors. She even makes her way to Paris to find the late musician’s grave, crosses paths with a selection of interesting and colourful characters before finding her happy ending. At Indiranagar.
Tickets (`250) on bookmyshow.com
At the movies
June 26 | PVR Cinemas
A prequel to Insidious, Insidious 3 tells of the happenings before the haunting of the Lambert family. The gifted psychic Elise Rainier is reluctantly convinced into agreeing to employ her special abilities to speak to the dead, to rid a teenage girl who is the target of a supernatural entity. The film stars Dermot Mulroney, Lin Shaye and Leigh Whannell.
June 29 | Evoluzione
Designer Jyoti Sachdev Iyer presents her monsoon collection Shades of Rain at Evoluzione. Depicting a mix of subtle and deep colours, Iyer’s line includes shararas, kurtas, trousers, anarkalis and more. Chanderi, raw silk and gold tulle with French knot embroidery are some of the highlights. `4,500 upwards. At Vittal Mallya Road. Details: 26771683
June 30 | Clarks
Inspired by heritage styles,
the new Netrix Buck from Clarks’ S/S ’15 collection lends a contemporary edge to the men’s sandal category. Reminiscent of the German Birkenstock sandals, this pair comes with contrasting white stitch detail and an oily pull up leather upper. Double adjustable buckle strap fastenings, a jagged rubber sole and a dual density rubber EVA footbed complete the look. `4,000 upwards. At 1 MG Road Mall, Trinity Circle.
July 1 | IIHS
India Foundation for the Arts
(IFA) and Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS) host a screening of the film, Every Time You Tell a Story. Directed by Ruchika Negi and Amit Mahanti, the 52-minute movie tells the tale of the Ao-Naga tribe of Nagaland, while dealing with issues such as
colonialism, religion and more. At
Sadashivnagar. Details: 41137705