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    Craft a day
    Dona��t let your children waste their creative spark. Enrol them in the five-day craft workshop, 1 day 1 hour 1 craft, organised by Mudakaram, a platform for artistic exploration. Arthi, the founder, will help children (six to 12 years) master one craft every daya��from papier mA?chA� murals to pop-up cards. May 16-20, at 3 pm. Rs 3,000. At TSD Nagar, Arumbakkam. Details: 9840994263

    ShakespeareOde to the Bard
    As part of William Shakespearea��s 400th death anniversary, Theatre Nisha is conducting a workshop on Othello. The session will explore acting and body movement, so dress for comfort. Participants must bring along a copy of the play, too (free versions available on opensourceshakespeare.org). Rs 200 per head. Tomorrow, from 10 am – 1 pm, at Studio 360, Gopalapuram. Details: 9840098396

    Human TubeDo the tube
    Bulgarian dancer, Ivan Yordanov, is in town with an unusual dance that creates mesmerising shapes with a rainbow-coloured tube. The act with the human-shaped muppet promises to be amusing and quite acrobatic. On May 13, 14 and 15, from 5 pm onwards, at Phoenix MarketCity. Free entry. Details: 30083007

    snipSummer tunes
    Registrations for FA?te de la Musique, the annual music festival, is open. Bands and musicians can sign up now (for free) forA� the festival, which is being organised by Alliance FranA�aise in association with six partners including Inko. Registrations close on May 31, and performances will be between June 17 and 21. Details: blog.indiearth.com

    berkleyThe music class
    EarthSync is teaming up with Berklee College of Music, Boston, for the second edition of Berklee India Exchange. To be hosted by KM College of Music, it will offer a series of workshops led by Berklee faculty on topics like live guitar performance systems, 21st century vocalists and more. Registrations close on May 16. Classes on June 15-16. Rs 5,000 approx. Details: academy.earthsync.com/berklee2016

    singingThe right note
    If there is a song in your head just bursting to be heard, join Crazy Little Things at Madhattera��s Tea Garden. Hosted by Mocking Birds and Spot Note Music, the open mic evening is open to singers, song writers, musicians and poets. Each performance must be between five and seven minutes. Tomorrow, at Chetpet, from 5-7 pm. Details: spotnotemusic@gmail.com


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