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    Poetic tribute
    City-based record label Poorvaa Productions is screening their debut musical venture. A music documentary, Arunagiri Perumale explores the life of Tamil saint-poet Arunagirinatha. Featuring eight compositions, the event will begin with a gig by Pradeep Kumar, Sean Roldan and Susha. December 12. At Goethe-Institut, by Prakriti Foundation. Free entry. Details: 28331314

    Trance of dance
    Contemporary dancer and choreographer Astad Deboo joins hands with Japanese musician Yukio Tsuji for the debut performance of Eternal Embrace. Inspired by a poem called Maati, by Sufi poet Hazrat Bulleh Shah, it explores themes of annihilation, infinity, the ephemeral and material worlds. December 14, 7 pm onwards, at Alliance Française.

    Sculpted legends
    Is there a Michelangelo Buonarroti in your kid? Find out by enrolling them for the art appreciation workshop by Forum Art Gallery. Participants, above the age of five, will be taught about the life of the iconic Renaissance artist-sculptor, and his famous works, like the marble sculptures of Pieta and David. Tomorrow. 11 am to 1.30 pm. Details: 42115596

    An Iyer masterclass
    Witness the prominent city-based caterer Mountbatten Mani Iyer teach you his heirloom recipes like odacha milagai patchadi and kal dosai, Tirunelveli poricha kuzhambu and puli itta keerai. The cooking class will be followed by a tasting session where you can interact with him about traditional cuisine hacks and more. On December 24. Rs 2,000. At Vidya Bharati Kalyana Mandapam. Details: 9884082008

    Laugh it off
    City-based stand-up comedy group Chennai Comedy is back with its signature show, Brew-Haha. Head to The English Tea Room tomorrow to catch their comics—Sudarsan Ramamurthy, Arnav Rao, Priyanshu Mishra and Harish Rajagopal on the mic. 7.30 pm onwards. Rs 299. Details: 2499 6499

    Off the throne
    Recreating his highly popular online show, Potcast, Indian actor and comedian Vir Das brings to the city, On the pot, a stand-up piece. Alongside Ashwin Mushran of Lage Raho Munna Bhai fame and Mumbai-based comic Amogh Ranadive, Das’ show will be split into five segments. On December 18. At Sir Mutha Venkatasubba Rao Concert Hall. 7.30 pm onwards. Tickets from Rs 699-Rs 1,499 on in.bookmyshow.com

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