King of pop
August 29 | Orion Mall
Orion Mall presents a week-long tribute
to the king of pop, Michael Jackson, on the occasion of his birth anniversary. Watch out for a photo gallery, replica of his gloves and hat, backlit cutouts of his signature dance moves, a huge LED screen playing his music videos and flash mobs that will perform to his greatest hits. At Rajajinagar.
Seeing is believing
August 31 | Alliance Francaise
India’s only visually impaired comedian Sundeep Rao comes to the city with his comic foresight that focuses on his life in India and his challenges with everyday life. Though partially blind, Rao’s comic vision is clear, sharp, witty and wise. Titled Out Of Sight, the show promises to give you a glimpse into the lighter side of being blind. Turn to page 5 for details.
Keep it cool
September 2 | Lawrence and Mayo
Tom Ford Eyewear Collection boasts
a new bold and provocative look. Available in fresh new colours, the pieces all come with newly developed polarized lenses. Designs include the pilot shaped Dimitry and square-shaped Eliott available in matte black and shiny brown and black. `11,900 upwards. At
Barton Centre, MG Road.
September 3 | Jagriti Theatre
Animals Out Of Paper takes you on a journey that explores the relationship between three characters through origami—Ilana, a famous origamist, Andy a maths teacher, and Suresh, a student of Andy’s, who is talented at origami. Through amusing and awkward interactions, the trio end the play being forever changed, just like a piece of paper that lends itself to origami. 8pm. At Whitefield. Tickets (`250). Details: jagrititheatre.com
August 29 | PVR Cinemas
New York City is under the evil grip of the Foot Clan who have everyone from the police to the politicians under their control. But when the Mutant Ninja Turtles arise from the sewers of the city that never sleeps, the Clan, led by, the devious Shredder, find that all their illegal missions are thwarted as they are overpowered by the Turtles. Dire- cted by Jonathan Liebesman, the film stars Megan Fox as reporter April O’ Neill, and Will Arnett as photographer Vernon Fenwick.
August 30 | Chowdaiah Memorial Hall
The CAUSE Foundation brings back
The Fiddler on the Roof after a gap of 12
years. Led by Leila Alvares, the musical
stars local talents like Priya Mendens, Arvind Kasthuri, Tuffy, Jude Lazaro, Rahael Thomas, Alisha D’Souza and Shyju Varkey. Catch
their version of the iconic Broadway
production, set in the Pale of 1905 Russia.
At Malleswaram. Tickets (Rs.500 up
wards) on bookmyshow.com
September 1 | Ganache
Drive away Monday blues with
the Chinese Mid-Autumn Moon festival at Ganache. There’s nothing quite like tucking into the little pastries that are best accompanied with a warm cup of tea. Contained in a delicate pastry shell, the filling range from chocolate and custard to taro and red bean. `975++. At The Ritz Carlton, Residency Road.
September 4 | Inorbit Mall
Crafted specifically for biking
enthusiasts, the True Wanderer Bike
Packs — Highway Series by Wrangler features 3D mesh cushions for proper ventilation, a coated water resistant fabric for
durability and an expandable integrated rain cover protection, apart from the top W
stitch for a touch of Wrangler Heritage.
At Whitefield. `2,500 upwards.