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M.S. Sathyu's play and other things to enjoy this weekend

Our pick of art exhibitions, theatre, music performances—and a new-look dining space

‘Untitled’ by V. Ramesh, watercolour on paper.
‘Untitled’ by V. Ramesh, watercolour on paper.


The Pandemic Still-Lifes, a new show at Gallery Threshold, features new works by artist V. Ramesh. He juxtaposes that which is alive with that which has deteriorated over time, to show the impermanence of the body.

On view at Gallery Threshold, Delhi, till 20 October, 11am-7pm (Monday-Saturday)

Also Read: Ranga Shankara's reopening act


Varasudaara, a Kannada play directed by M.S. Sathyu and written by Jayaram Rayapura, looks at the period when the princely families of northern India had to take sides in the battles among Mughal emperor Shahjahan’s four sons.

At Bangalore International Centre, Bengaluru, 25-26 September, 6pm. Tickets on Bookmyshow


Composer-musician Vasu Dixit.
Composer-musician Vasu Dixit.

Ranga Shankara brings a mix of the classical and modern with performances by Shubha Santosh, with her improvisations on the veena, and composer-musician Vasu Dixit. The latter’s vocal style is a celebration of life, be it with the band Swarathma or with the Vasu Dixit Collective.

At the Ranga Shankara foyer, Bengaluru, 25-26 September, 5.15-6.15pm


Ritviz (right) and Nucleya.
Ritviz (right) and Nucleya.

Hospitality brand SOCIAL will host the launch of Ritviz and Nucleya’s new album, Baaraat, in a unique hybrid showcase. The live event at antiSOCIAL Mumbai will be accompanied by simultaneous live-streams across 28 of the brand’s outlets in seven cities.

Live event at antiSOCIAL, Lower Parel, Mumbai, on 25 September, 4pm onwards


Blah is an all-day dining space in the Bandra Kurla Complex.
Blah is an all-day dining space in the Bandra Kurla Complex.

Blah!—Brunch Cafe & Bar is the latest addition to the bevy of eateries in the Bandra Kurla Complex. Besides an expansive menu, with brunch classics and high-tea platters, the highlight is the artisanal cocktail selection, featuring ingredients from its mini-farm, powered by grow lights.

Open at Bandra Kurla Complex, Mumbai, noon-10pm

Also Read: Will the craze for open-air dining outlast the pandemic?


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