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    Carnatic strains
    August 7 | blueFROG
    City-based carnatic rock band, Agam, takes the stage at blueFROG today for a mix of traditional and contemporary sounds. Formed in 2003, the band has performed at festivals such as Fireflies, October-fest, Storm, and even appeared on MTVa��s Coke Studio. Expect a set list including favourites like Swans of Saraswati and Saramathi Blues. At Church Street. Tickets (`1,000) upwards on bookmyshow.com

    Culinary fiesta
    August 8 | VKC Pride
    Close to 20 of the citya��s top restaurants, cafes, pubs and dessert bars, like Smallya��s, Sanchos, Bootlegger, Punjab Grill and Bombay Chowpatty Kulfi join hands for the Bangalore Food Fete to be held at VKC Pride over two days. Apart from the food, also expect entertainment from a host of DJs, KJs, bands, comedians, and more. At Marathahalli. Tickets (`150) on bookmyshow.com

    Skin therapy
    August 10 | Online
    Cometic brand Iraya launchesA�a new range of luxurious scrubs and A�polishes to keep your skin pampered this Monsoon season. Choose from A�variations like Fruit and Nut Scrub, Orange and Green Tea Scrub, Enlivening Sugar Body Polish, with Malabar spice and cane sugar and more. `345 upwards on jabong.com

    House of mirth
    August 12 | Jagriti Theatre
    Bangalore comedians Sumukhi Suresh and Naveen Richard, of YouTube channel, Them Boxer Shorts, come together for a night of sketch comedy at Jagriti. Richard, known for his comedic caricatures of A�himself, and Suresh, renowned for her hilarious take on topics from politics to Bollywood, are sure to have your funny bone tickled. At Whitefield. Tickets (`300) on bookmyshow.com

    At the movies7RSVPNew1
    August 7 | PVR Cinemas
    In Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation, Tom Cruise reprises his role as Ethan Hunt as he and his team try to bring down the Syndicate. Endangering the existence of the Impossible Missions Force, IMF boss Hunley (Alec Baldwin) and agent Brandt (Jeremy Renner) try to use dialogue with the rogue group, while Hunt goes undercover.

    Getting toasted
    August 9 | Ranga Shankara
    Directed by Lilette Dubey and written
    by Girish Karnad, Baked Beans on Toast takes a look at Indians and how they deal with various situations. Following the lives of six people from contrasting backgrounds living under the same roof, the play is set in Bangalore and makes for a hilarious yet eye opening dialogue on themes such as urban aspirations, conflict and violence. At JP Nagar. Tickets (`300) on bookmyshow.com

    Vocal pursuits
    August 11 | Alliance Francaise
    Sunaad teams up with Alliance Francaise de Bangalore for an evening of Hindustani classical music in the Agra gharana tradition. The event will feature singer Bharathi Prathap who will present a vocal recital and Vidushi Lalith J Rao will give a talk-cum-demonstration on defining features of the Agra gharana tradition. Entry Free. At Vasant Nagar. Details: 40808181

    Running aids
    August 13 | Nike store
    Nike introduces the Air Zoom Elite 8 a�� a minimalistic, streamlined shoe that has been specially designed for athletes aiming to be fast and light on their feet. The lowered sole puts runnersa�� feet closer to the ground and a sleek upper with Nike Flywire technology, no-sew overlays and lightweight supportive mesh make it efficient and comfortable. `8,995. At Garuda Mall. Details: 41751839


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