Browse through the menu of a newly added section at a bar and restaurant or canvases on the wall, or dig into some delicious comedy or cocktails over live music. Unwind this weekend with five cool happenings in Bengaluru.
1. Check out the Theatre Bar
The happening microbrewery Fox in the Field has something new in store for you. The Fox has revamped its amphitheatre into a Theatre Bar that specialises in classic desi bar snacks, your favourite drinks at brought to you with a side of entertainment.
The Theatre Bar will stage a variety of events such as DJ nights, movie screenings, Stand-up Comedy, Music Bands, Live DJs and much more making it the ideal entertainment hub – making Fox in the Field the perfect combo of entertainment, good food and drinks under the same roof.Kori roti with chicken curry, Mutton pepper fry are a few of the many regional dishes specially curated for the Theatre Bar. The property also introduced the brand-new Gondhoraj Margarita, for its patrons to enjoy with their favourite finger food. So go check it out.
Where: Fox in the Field, Nexus Shantiniketan Mall – Whitefield
Call for reservations: 08069379027
2. Atul Khatri on stage
Round Table India & 41Clubs of India presents Daddy Kool - A standup comedy show by Atul Khatri this weekend. Khatri is a Mumbai-based businessman who got up late in life and decided to do English Standup comedy so that he could tick it off his own personal bucket list. Recently rated as one of India’s top 20 comedians, Khatri is full of surprises and good vibes.
Where: at Good Shepherd Auditorium, Richmond Town
When: 7pm, January 22, 2023
Book tickets here
3. Art show at KYNKYNY
KYNKYNY’s latest exhibition ‘Secrets of the Soil’ journeys to the ancient region of Marathwada, which forms the epicentre of rising contemporary artist Siddharth Shingade’s atmospheric artistic universe. The solo exhibition brings to the surface, hidden and unknown stories and facets about this vast land, its people and culture, interwoven with stories from mythology and treasured childhood memories. Shingade grew up in Tuljapur – an idyllic village set in southern Maharashtra, it has grown into a bustling and crowded town over the years. Now living in the city of Mumbai, he recreates Tuljapur in his art works as he remembers it – through the prism of his subconscious memories, visions and imagination.
Where: Kynkyny Art Gallery, Infantry Road
When: 11am-6pm, on till February 18 (closed on Sundays)
4. Drishti National Dance Festival
Promoted and presented by the Drishti Art Foundation, the 18th Drishti is curated by India’s renowned classical dancer Anuradha Vikranth and T M Vikranth. This year’s festival is being presented as a tribute to the legend and doyen of Indian dance, Padmabhushan Padma Subrahmanyam. As a senior student of Padma Subrahmanyam, Anuradha Vikranth has hallmarked the 18th Drishti National Dance festival to celebrate the 80th year of her Guru. Under the theme of Samarpan - Drishti presents some of the finest artists in the country. Padmashri Shobana, Priyadarshini Govind, Vineeth Radhakrishnan, Anuradha Vikranth, Veena Nair and Dhanya Nair, Mahati Kannan, Samudyata Bhat, and Samanvitha Bhat will be featured as part of the festival.
Where: Chowdiah Memorial Hall, Malleswaram
When: 5.30pm, January 21, 2023
Book tickets here
5. Live music at The Polo Club
Bengaluru’s much-loved singer and musician Carlton Braganza is going to be performing this weekend at the gorgeous setting at The Polo Club in the Oberoi Hotel this weekend. He will be accompanied by Meghna Das and others. Expect lots of classic and greatest hits from the Great American Songbook and delicious cocktails and appetisers to keep you company.
Where: The Polo Club, The Oberoi Hotel, MG Road
When: 8pm-11pm, January 21, 2023
Call for reservations: +9197029063808