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Breathe in, Breathe out

(Kala Mandir, Saturday, 6.30 pm) lAn adaptation of Edward Albee’s Pulitzer winner Three Tall Women, directed by Lillette Dubey. Starring Lillette, daughter Neha and Shernaz Patel, it depicts the angst of womanhood through various phases

Bacardi Blast

Tollygunge Club, Saturday, 8.30 pm. lIt’s time to have a blast with the city’s party animals and dance all night to the tunes of DJ Oliver Klein. One of the biggest dos on the circuit that proves, yet again, how hard the city can play

Raja Deen Dayal

(Narendra Luther) lThe book documents the works of the ‘Prince of Photographer’, a man with no training in photography, but one who used the emerging art form in the latter half of the 19th century to record the lifestyles of the nawabs, rajas and East India Company sahibs. Includes a foreword by Prince Charles

Strange Beautiful Music

(Joe Satriani) lThe modern-era wizard of both the electric and the acoustic fretboard takes the listener on a magical medley voyage in this, his latest studio offering. Satriani’s deft touch on the chords is an effortless foil to Matt Bissonette’s pulsating bass
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