For young people
Little Kingdom will have an exhibition for children. Apart from products such as children’s clothing, bedding, toys, handicrafts and books, the event will also feature a series of workshops and events for children.
March 5 at Taj Westend Hotel from 11 am to 7 pm. Admission is free.
Pottery, poetry and more
There will be a pottery workshop for children. They will learn to understand the feel of natural clay, hand-making techniques such as pinching, coiling and slab-making on March 4, 10 a.m.
Ghamkar Kavita presents the 14th edition of Kavita Junction – Indian Poetry Recitation Session on March 4, 3.30 pm.
Meet this whole food plant-based community and be a part of their good fortune on March 4 at 4 p.m. A collaboration between Sampooran Ahara and Lahe Lahe, the event is free for all but registration is required.
As part of its Mindful Cinema program, Lahe Lahe will screen the film. sister, This will be followed by a discussion on Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder led by psychiatrist Shraddha Modi on March 4, 7 p.m.
All events are in Lahe Lahe, Indira Nagar. Contact 9886294444 for details.
The sound of four
The Èlia Bastida Quartet is in town and will perform a jazz performance. The event will feature Elia Bastida (violin and vocals), John Chamorro (double bass), Arnau Julia (drums) and Josep Trevor (guitar). Elia is a classical violinist, who also sings and plays the tenor saxophone. He is influenced by Stephen Grappelli’s lyrics and swing. She builds on the music of Zoot Sims, Sonny Stitt, and Scott Hamilton.
3rd and 4th March at 8.30pm at the Windmills. Tickets on BookMyShow
Focus Group Radio (FGR) will perform at the Indira Nagar Social. In addition to playing old jazz and funk records from Ethiopia, Nigeria, Senegal and Ghana, he will also dabble in African music. Tickets on Insider.
March 4, after 8 p.m. Call 9482066785
Attend this vipassana session at Justby Holistic Studio, Sadashiva Nagar. The initial session will be conducted by a center approved and experienced practitioner. Classes will be held every Sunday between 8 am and 9 am. This will be followed by Goenka’s speech. Classes are free.
Call 7353773695/9513804561 for details.
Magnolia Bakery’s newest store at Forum Mall, Connaconte has come up with cheesecake with strawberry topping and strawberry filling.
The dessert will be available in store till March 19. Call 9902642266
A soap opera
IPSIT’s Monica will be conducting a soap making workshop, where you’ll learn the basics of making all-natural cold-processed soap bars and demystify the beauty industry’s dubious wisdom. It is open to all. The fee is Rs 1,100. Call 6360 897 634 for details.
At Bangalore Creative Circus, Yeswanathpur, March 5, 3.30 pm.
There will be a Clarity workshop, organized by Luca Studio for Movement. The focus in this form is primarily on the harmony between mind and body. The fee is ₹750 for one day and ₹1,000 for both days.
At Bangalore Creative Circus, Yeshwantpur Industrial Suburb, March 4 & 5, 4.30 pm to 6 pm. Call 6364010261
Music from Bollywood
Phoenix Marketcity presents and musical evening, featuring an all-female band—Kanya—consisting of Roopsha, Meghna, Nihal, and Winona.
He will be performing at the Courtyard Phoenix Market City on March 5 at 5.30pm. Admission is free.
A comedy act
Nishant Tanwar will perform in this stand-up comedy show on March 5 at 6 PM. The show is called ‘Please Interrupt’ because you are allowed to use your mobile, take pictures, record, talk loudly and shout during the show. It is open to anyone 16 years of age and older. Tickets on BookMyShow.
Some Love Some Work: From Khusrau to Faiz, one An evening of poetry and music by Wills Docker and Shonk, March 4 at 4 p.m. Tickets on Insider and BookMyShow.
Book, Rajaraj Chola: King of Kings, Kamini will be launched by Dandapani on March 4, at 6 PM.
Vikram Agnihotri will talk about his book. Look mom, no hands! Vikram is India’s first double amputee to obtain a car driving license. He lost both his arms in an accident at the age of seven and the book tells about his journey. It’s open to everyone eight years and older on March 5, at 5 p.m. All events are in Atta Gulta.
As part of its Women’s Day celebrations, Chomein has come up with a special menu. There will be Asian dishes such as baos, wontons, khao soi, a variety of seafood plates, lamb and more.
The menu will be available on March 7 and 8 on the Chowman app, Swiggy and Zomato.
WeWork India will host the third edition of its pop-up market for Women’s Day. There will be an abundance of female-led brands selling clothing, accessories, body products, art, food and beverage and more.
On March 7, from 11am at WeWork Galaxy.
Maverick & Farmer celebrates Women’s Day with a limited-edition coffee set menu and balmless refills for women.
It runs from March 6 to 12 at all Maverick and Farmer outlets from 8.30 am to 10 pm.
Celebrate Holi and Women’s Day with Rang De Women’s Day. Dig into plant-based dishes at the 11-course mobile buffet. March 9, after 11 am. Call 9513804561
On a classical note
An Indian and Carnatic vocal jugalbandi as well as Malvi folk in memory of Sant Kabir Das. Indian singer Priya Purushottaman will perform with Carnatic singer Aishwarya Vidya Raghunath and will be joined by Prahlad Tipanya and his troupe. The event is open to all.
4th March at RV Teachers College Auditorium, Jayanagar from 5.30 pm to 9 pm.
House of Commons, by JP Nagar, presenting DJ Raghav. As part of its ladies night, ladies will be served free cocktails until 10pm.
March 3, 8 p.m.Call 7899529516 for booking.
Bombay Talkies will feature DJ Rhea, who will perform some old Bollywood beats and songs.
March 4, 8pm Indulge by House of Commons. Admission is free.
Hangover Sunday will feature DJ Skanth. Sukantis are known for R&B, Hip Hop, Deep House, Commercial and Bollywood music.
He will perform at Indulge by the House of Commons on March 5, 8pm.
A fun weekend
There will be a series of barbecue and open mic nights at Lulu Mall, Raji Nagar, North Courtyard. The evening will also feature music by emerging artists.
March 3 to 5.