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    Acoustic patrol
    Mexican duo, Rodrigo Y Gabriela, is known for their Latin style guitar playing inspired by rock and heavy metal. With five studio albums and collaborations with the likes of Hans Zimmer—on the soundtrack of The Pirates of the Caribbean – On Stranger Tides—catch them at NH7 Weekender, New Delhi, on November 29 and Bengaluru on December 5. Rs 3,250. Details: insider.in

    Hitchcock on stage
    Crea Shakthi and The Madras Players are teaming up for their next production, Alfred Hitchcock’s psychological thriller Rope. The story—about two youngsters indulging in murder as an intellectual exercise—is considered the filmmakers’ most audacious work. At 7.15 pm, from today till Sunday, at the Museum Theatre. Rs 200 onwards. Details: in.bookmyshow.com

    Exchanging ideas
    The annual IndiEarth Xchange is here. Presented by EarthSync, it will bring together more than 300 people from 20 countries—cutting across various fields of arts—for three days of conferences, workshops, independent music and film showcases. The event will also have performances by the likes of Curtain Blue, Prateek Kuhad, Ko Ko Mo and Tajdar Junaid. November 27-29, at Vivanta by Taj Connemara, Details: 04424341624

    Press rewind
    It’s time for some nostalgia. City-based singers Karthik, Shakthisree Gopalan and Shweta Mohan will be belting out evergreen Tamil songs from the 60s and 70s this Sunday, as part of the show, Three To Jive. At the Music Academy, from 8 pm. Rs 250-Rs 1,000. Details: in. bookmyshow.com

    Timeless tunes
    What better than some soulful music to keep you company during these cool evenings? Enjoy the ‘golden’ voice of ghazal singer, Pankaj Udhas, as he performs popular numbers like Chitthi aayi hain and Aur aahista, along with ghazals like Dekh Ke Tumko and Chand Ke Baad. Tomorrow, at Hyatt Regency. From Rs 5,000 (including dinner). Details: 61001234

    A comic view
    To liven things up, there’s another standup show in town. Get ready to laugh out loud as Mumbai-based comic Neville Shah presents his unique view of the life we live, at We Should All Kill Ourselves. His comic act is based on self ridicule and the double standards he sees in society. Tomorrow, at The Raintree Anna Salai, at 8 pm. Rs 750, Details: in.bookmyshow.com

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