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Cult-snip-1Bluff master
Great at spotting a lie? Test your skill at actor-comedian Vir Das’ new show, Unbelievablish. A laugh-out-loud compilation of true anecdotes from his life, mixed with some outrageous fiction, Das encourages you to find him out in a lie. And if you do, you could get your ticket refunded! Today, at Sir Mutha Hall, at 8 pm. Rs 300-Rs 1,800. Details: in.bookmyshow.com

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Taking the laughs forward are the All India Bakchod gang. The four comedians, who shrugged aside being ‘roasted’ for their roast on Ranveer Singh and Arjun Kapoor, are back in the city with a new repertoire of stand up, sketches and even a Bollywoodesque musical comedy. Check them out tomorrow at Sir Mutha Hall, from 7.30 pm onwards. RS 750-Rs 5,000. Details: insider.in

Cult-snip-3Keeping it simple
If you like your entertainment to be short and quick, you’ll love this. Black Box is presenting The Actor’s Studio, an initiative that brings together individuals and theatre groups to stage short plays. Popular city-based groups like Stray Factory, Comedy Gaais and others will be showcasing their plays. On Sunday, at 6 pm, at Studio 360 in Gopalapuram. Free entry. Details: 9884664333

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Uthareeyam, in association with the Kalakshetra Foundation, is presenting a Kathakali performance. Artistes like Kalamandalam Adithyan and Sadanam Bhasi will be presenting two stories: Kallyanasowgandhikam and Thoranayudham (4.30-9 pm). Also catch an exhibition of Kathakali paintings by Sajeesh Areepurath (11 am to 5.30 pm). Tomorrow at the centre. Details: 24520836

Cult-snip-5The high note
As part of World Music Day, Padma Shri Aruna Sairam and Grammy-winning slide guitarist Vishwa Mohan Bhatt are teaming up for Naada Yoga—a concert that will also see the Manganiyars, Rajasthani folk muscians, performing. Organised by The Art of Living, proceeds will go towards the education of the less privileged. Tomorrow, at The Music Academy, at 5 pm. Rs 500-Rs 5,000. Details: in.bookmyshow.com

Bond, Ruskin Bond
Crea-Shakthi’s adaptations of Ruskin Bond’s short stories have become so popular that they are back with Volume Three. And this time, Bonding with Ruskin promises to be bigger—with a new set of stories, actors, directors and techniques gleaned from their Spotlight Summer Workshop. On June 27, at the Museum Theatre, from 3 pm. Rs 200-Rs 500. Details: in.bookmyshow.com

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