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    jazz it upJazz it up
    September 19 | Windmills Craftworks
    The Hadouk Quartet from France  comes in to wow you with their jazz music. They promise to weave in elements of world music, notes from the saxophone, wind instruments and African drums. While differently influenced by their extensive travels, they evoke a sense of magic with the past mixed with contemporary vibes. Tickets (Rs 500 upwards) on bookmyshow.com

     


    Around the Clock
    September 19 | bFlat
    City-based band Mad Orange Fireworks will be bringing Orange Rock – their signature blend of jazz, funk, pop and rock music to bFlat tonight. Expect an eclectic mix of original compositions and well-known covers. The band features Michael Dias (vocals, guitars), Kaushik Kumar (bass, vocals) and Deepak Raghu (drums, vocals). At Indiranagar, 9 pm. Tickets (Rs 300) on bookmyshow.com

    TTDFilms1aNow showing
    September 19 | PVR Cinemas
    A story of romantic love and love for food, Daawat-e-Ishq sees Parineeti Chopra (as Gullu, a shoe salesgirl) pair up with Aditya Roy Kapoor (Taru, a Lucknowi cook). The two are vastly different from each other but are brought together thanks to the differences in culture. And while she’s trying to run away from dowry-demanding men, she encounters Taru who appears like a breath of fresh air, charming and with old-fashion
    views on love.

     

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    Get groovy
    September 20 | National College Ground
    The Queen of Dandiya herself, Phalguni Pathak arrives to set the tone for Dussera. Known for her catchy numbers, soulful voice and stage presence, she has a line-up of popular Bollywood tracks. With the garba and dandiya season kicking in, we think it’s the perfect way to start the celebrations. A set of playback singers are also expected to join in. So wear your dancing shoes and get in the
    party mood. Tickets (Rs 799 upwards) on indianstage.in

     

    chequered flagChequered flag
    September 21 | Singapore
    Head off to Singapore and catch the Formula One race, in which Nico Rosberg inches closer to the title. Apart from that, ticket holders will also have access to the entertainment zones which will see Jennifer Lopez, Robbie Williams, John Legend, Pet Shop Boys, Ziggy Marley and MAYDAY perform. Illusionists, dancers and other theatrical performers will also be part of the line-up before and after race events. Tickets for the Grand Prix start at $698 on singaporegp.sg and flights are Rs 20,000 upwards on makemytrip.com

     

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    Raise the bar
    September 22 | Stylespa
    The new Apollo range of bars seamlessly blends functionality and sophistication. Perfect for a trendy lifestyle, the sleek wooden units are designed with multiple drawers for bar accessories and wine bottles. Plus, enough space for glasses and decanters. Laminated models are also available with glass cabinets and storage space. Rs 58,795 upwards. At Richmond Road. Details: 22228708

     

    Historical dramaHistorical drama
    September 23 | Rangashankara
    A dramatic and moving exploration of sexual violence, this play focuses on India’s first recorded rape. Set in Buddha’s lifetime, Lajje explores issues of contemporary relevance, through the story of Utpalaavarna. The historical context becomes currently relevant with issues of gender, identity and accountability that resonate through the ages. At JP Nagar. Tickets (Rs 100) on indianstage.in

     

    time outTime out
    September 24 | Phoenix Market City 
    The 2014 Asian Games, the sporting event of the year, takes off in Korea. Swiss watch brand Tissot, the official timekeeper of the games, has curated a special collection that ranges from classic to sporty, all with their signature accuracy. Some models also come with silk-printed 17th Asian Games 2014 logo engraved on the caseback. Rs 28,000 upwards. At Whitefield. Details: 67266283

     

    In the houseIn the house
    September 25 | Supernova Arena
    Kicking off the eighth edition of Asia’s best-known dance music extra-vaganza, Sunburn, are world-renowned artistes Axwell and Sebastian Ingrosso. Members of Swedish house/electronic dance music trio Swedish House Mafia, they come to India fresh from their sold-out world tour. Re-launched as a duo, they bring a special effects and pyro-laden show to the country, which has only been seen in Ibiza to date. At Yelahanka. Tickets (Rs 2,500 upwards) on bookmyshow.com.

     

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