Watch a movie, tuck into some seafood and master dangerous belly-dancing moves, this season
Children have a legit reason to get their hands dirty. At the coil pottery workshop, organised by DakshinaChitra, children above eight years of age, can learn to make a vase or pen holder with clay. Taught by in-house potter Palani Samy, the technique involves moulding clay into strands that are then bent and laid on top of each other to form any shape. On October 17, between 10 am to 3 pm. Rs 600. Details: 9841249600
What’s the catch?
At Hotel Promenade, you can enjoy your snapper in two styles, tawa fried with gravy or grilled with lemon butter sauce. At the sea food festival, Fruit de la Mer (French for ‘fruit of the sea’), enjoy this and many others like grilled lobster, spiced sea bass and tiger
prawns. Till November 10, 12 pm onwards. Rs 999 onwards. Details: 0413 2227750
Love and hate
Intrigued by the question of why human beings can’t coexist, French journalist and photographer, Yann Arthus-Bertrand set out to ask people around the world. His 2015 documentary, Human, shows stories of love and hatred through various testimonials and is a sensitive introspection about people who are bursting with emotions. Watch it at the Alliance Française de Pondicherry, today, at 7 pm. Details: 0413 2338146
Shake your hips
Learn exotic belly dancing moves from the Pondicherry-based French dancer, Ottilie Eucher. The one-day Oriental dance initiation workshop is open to both children (between the age group of five and 12) and adults (aged above 15). At Sita Cultural Centre, from 10 am to 12 pm for kids and 4 pm to 7 pm for adults. Rs 500 for kids and Rs 800 for adults. Details: 9944016128
Pop of colour
New Delhi- based Aditi Prakash present, Traveller, a collection of bags from her label, Pure Ghee Designs. The line will include brightly coloured (neembu yellow, rani pink and royal blue) totes and pouch sets. At Janaki Store, Romain Rolland Street, between 10 am and 8 pm. Bags are priced above Rs 1,250.
Details: 0413 2227667