The sea, the city and the soul find a place on the canvases of five contemporary Korean artists—including names like Soung-Ill Choi and Kyoung Hwangbo—who are participating in the Korean Quintet, an exhibition of paintings at the Inko Centre. Organised in association with K-Art (Busan), the works will explore various styles and tonalities. Till October 17. Details: 24361224
A couple moves to the US, but their life is shaken when their 18-month-old is injured—leading to questions of responsibility and love. That forms the crux of Veyil, a Tamil play based on Sudipta Bhawmick’s Bengali play Palok (Protector). Directed by Pranab Basu, and presented by Theatre First, the 90-minute production will be staged at Alliance Française, tomorrow, at 7 pm. Details: 28279803
They won many fans when they performed at the recently-concluded Indian Idol Junior Season 2. Now the top four—Ananya Nanda, Nithyashree Venkataramanan, Nahid Afrin and Vaishnav Girish—will take the stage for an evening of Bollywood hits, including songs like O saathi re and Kill dil. At Sir Mutha Hall, tomorrow, at 7 pm. Rs 500 onwards. Details: 9710754593
A last-minute venue crunch had delayed the staging of Pandit Aur Pathan. Now Theatre Nisha is finally staging the Hindi play—based on the lives of Ramprasad Bismil and Ashfaqullah Khan, freedom fighters and poets, who embraced arms to take the British head on. Catch Anantharaman Karthik in the one-man act at the Goethe-Institut, on September 19-20, at 7 pm. Details: 28331314
With two stand-up shows in town tomorrow, to pick just one is going to be tough. The first, by Evam Standup Tamasha, will bring down comedian Sapan Verma, of the East India Comedy (Green Park, at 8 pm; Rs 500; details: in.bookmyshow.com). Then there is Rascalas Live headlining Bengaluru-based comic Sanjay Manaktala and his take on Indian mums. (US101, at 8.30 pm; details: 42070555).
And if you’ve not had enough of the laughter fest, head to the Museum Theatre on Sunday, to catch Sorabh Pant’s Traveling Pants 2.0. The 40-minute stand-up show will poke fun at the Mumbai-based comedian’s experiences in Gujarat and Japan, and how he narrowly missed getting arrested. At 6.30 pm. Rs 300-Rs 500. Details: in.bookmyshow.com