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    Alternative Beat1  
    July 24 | Windmills Craftworks
    Assamese folk singer Kalpana Patowary performs today at Windmills. Hailed as the Bhojpuri queen, Patowary’s repertoire includes genres like purvi (a kind of raga), pachra (prayer songs), kajri (semi classical music), and vivaah geet (wedding songs). She will perform a mix of acoustic folk, Indian classical, jazz and ghazals. At Whitefield. Tickets (Rs.500) upwards on bookmyshow.com

     

     

    Channeling Krishna
    July 26 | Chowdaiah Memorial Hall
    Stunning film star and danseuse, Shobhana takes the stage at  Chowdaiah Memorial hall for Krishna, The Musical. Along with her troupe, she
    will take the audience through the life of Krishna, from Vrindavan to Mathura and to Kurukshetra by means of a lively dance drama. An elaborate production, it has also been staged in the US and Switzerland. At Malleswaram. Tickets (Rs.500) upwards on bookmyshow.com

    Bling it on
    July 27 | Online
    Celebrating the monsoon season, jewellery brand Mirari introduces its Rain Dance earrings. The line features a dancing peacock under a rainbow with rubies, diamonds, sapphire and pearls. Made with 22 karat gold, the are sure to brighten up a gloomy evening. `40,000 upwards. Details: mirari.com

    Knead to know2
    July 29 | Sin-A-Mon
    Home chef, Monika
    Manchanda conducts a workshop entitled Demystifying Breads. The one-day event will cover topics such as working with yeast, science behind breads and leavening, basic steps like kneading, proofing and shaping. You’ll also learn to make five different breads. Rs.3,500. Details: contact@sinamon.in

     

     

    At the movies
    July 24 | PVR Cinemas
    Paul Rudd plays Ant-Man, one of the less popular yet intriguing superheroes from Marvel. Scott Lang (Ant-Man) is a con-man who helps his mentor Dr Pym (Michael Douglas) protect the Ant-Man technology which gives users the ability to shrink in size but simultaneously increase in physical strength. Together they must save humanity from Darren Cross whose alter-ego is Yellow Jacket.

    Life and death3
    July 25 | Rangashankara
    Marking actor Kalki Koechlin’s directorial debut, The Living Room comes to town with actors Sheeba Chadha, Neil Bhoopalam, Tariq Vasudeva and Jim Sarbh in the play. Portraying a world where time is of no consequence and reality distorted, Death too finds life, and a cup of tea, in lead character Ana Nil’s living room which is the centre of the plot. July 24, 25, 26 at JP Nagar. Tickets (Rs.300) on bookmyshow.com

     

     

    Vintage time
    July 28 | Mumbai
    Frazer and Haws offers two limited edition (only five) pieces of Objet D’art designed by artiste Chanda Narang. Ideal conversation starters, the clocks are valuable due to the vintage Greco Roman ceramic tiles they are made of. The Starburst (Rs.56,700) celebrates art while Time Mill (Rs.91,200) exuberates elegance. At Estaa, Kemps Corner. Details: 022 23824429

    State of blue4
    July 30 | Hard Rock Cafe
    Head to Hard Rock Cafe this Thursday to catch Border Blast live in action. The Bangalore-based band will be performing some classic blues-rock and rock ‘n’ roll numbers. The team includes Ananth Menon (guitars and vocals), Rahul Tadimalla (keyboard and vocals), Lloyd Menezes (bass and vocals) and Carlisle Turner (drums). Entry Rs.100, cover charges Rs.400. At St Mark’s Road. Details: 41242222

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