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GrapeGuitarBox live at Bootlegger.

GrapeGuitarBox aka Teenasai Balamu is an indie musician based in Bangalore, India. She explores the alternative side of pop by interpreting popular songs in her own style, which is often very different from the original itself. The genre of her music would be described as indie/pop/acoustic.

Teenasai, now a 23-year old, has been playing the guitar and singing since she was 15. A lot of her influences include not only indie/pop artists of today like The Lumineers, Angus and Julia Stone, Ed Sheeran, but also teenage throwback artists such as Linkin Park, Green Day, Simple Plan, and yes, even the Backstreet Boys. One of her greatest influences has been Tamil music, more specifically, the work of AR Rahman.

With her music, Teenasai wishes to create a space safe from labels, judgement, and discrimination; a space for all the misfits. She looks forward to collaborating with different kinds of artists in order to discover new sounds.

She’s been featured on media outlets such as Rolling Stone India, The Hindu, Deccan Herald, Deccan Chronicle , The Indian Express, N earFox , Planet Radio City , M TV India , The Inkline, and Humans Of India as one of India’s upcoming indie artists. She has also performed as an opening act for artists like Prateek Kuhad, Harish Sivaramakrishnan (of Agam), etc.

Live music on Wednesdays with local artists for an acoustic performance on 21st of February, 2018 – 8:00 PM

37, 80 Feet Road,
HAL 3rd Stage,

Free Entry!


An evening of Standup comedy at Atta Galatta.

Atta Galatta presents An evening of Standup comedy with Ahmed, Kritarth and Satish

Ahmed Shariff made his stellar debut in show business at the tender age of 5, when he played the role of a tree in a kindergarten play. Critics said his acting was wooden and Ahmed took it as a huge compliment. He is one of the early players in the scene and has hundreds of shows under his belt, having performed for clubs, pubs, auditoriums and corporate clients all over the country.



Kritarth Srinivasan, 50% Tamilian, 50% Malayali. In other words, 100% confused. He found his calling and love for stand-up comedy after a brief stint with engineering. He brings energy and charisma to the stage and loves making fun of everything under the sun.


Satish Perumal, considered as one of the best host-comics in Bangalore, is a comedian with close to 600 shows under his belt. Born and raised in Bangalore from a South-Indian defence family, like any other guy, Satish is a cricket fanatic and aspired to play cricket for the nation but his father, Mr. Perumal, wanted him to be an engineer. Education came at a slow pace to him and hence it became a sticky wicket to bat on at home but he never deterred from the umpteen number of bouncers delivered by his father. Satish then went on to complete a Master’s degree in advertising and a subsequent career in the same. Satish is a part of Bangalore’s only comedy collective – The Puncher Shop. His biggest inspiration to do comedy is his mother.

Tickets to the event is priced at 249/-

Standup Comedy Wednesday | 21st February 2018 | 8:00 PM to 9.30 PM

Atta Galatta,
#134, KHB Colony,
5th Block, Koramangala,
Bengaluru 560 095.

Ragi Kana – Santhe | A Weekly Rural Market.

A Weekly Rural Market | Ragi Kana – Santhe

Molly (Manisha Kairaly) of Timbaktu will talk on ‘Celebrating Rural Ingenuity’
A journey of sharing the Timbaktu Collective’s work in re-imagining and regenerating the rural economy. The efforts over 27 years continue across 180 villages and partners with 21,000 marginalized families
Talk at 12:00 PM.

A special talk by Dr.Khader Food and nutrient expert from Mysore, who advocates use of millets as staple food to control diseases. He is also called as the father of millets. Talk on ancient natural farming technique called Kadu Krishi and millets. From 3pm to 4pm

In addition,
The Sunday Santhe will feature authentic khadi and handlooms, agri products sourced from farmer co-operatives, freshly harvested organic vegetables, dates, home accessories, traditional games and more. Between 11:00 AM – 06:00 PM

Naturalist Mr.Ganesh Ram will conduct Farm Tours culminating in seed ball making at 02:00 PM
A Theatre workshop for children above 8 yrs will be conducted between 11:30 AM and 1:30 PM.

on Sunday | 18th February 2018

Sri Ramakrishna Samagra Shikshana Kendra,
Off Bannerghatta Road,
Bengaluru 560 083.

The Role of an Artist in Conflict Area A talk by renowned artist Veer Munshi.

National Gallery of Modern Art, Bengaluru in collaboration with Ananya Drishya organizes “The Role of an Artist in Conflict Area” A talk by renowned artist Veer Munshi

About the Artist
Born in Srinagar, Kashmir, Veer Munshi studied painting at the Faculty of Fine Arts, MS University, Baroda (1981). He has addressed a range of subjects in the course of his artistic career and has been conducted in several cities, including Baroda, Srinagar, Bombay and New Delhi. But exile remains his most fundamental condition and preoccupation. Munshi has essayed variations on the self-portrait; he has explored the possibility of revitalising the genre of portraiture by means of playful, irreverent allusiveness. He has studied the effects of schismatic ideologies and the politics of violence across the planet, and reflected on the wages these exact on the trust and affection that bind individuals and communities together. Savouring the experience of travel, he has released himself towards the cultures, image-making practices and political situations of diverse geographical locations.

And yet, overtly or through camouflage beneath other concerns, Munshi returns to the key crises of displacement, disorientation, and the loss of shared assumptions of belonging. While he may have perfected the art of masking melancholia with wry humour and softened the edge of self-inquiry with self-irony, the artist remains unremittingly aware that his present is an uncertain transition between a lost homeland and a future mined with shocks and bleak epiphanies.

on Sunday 18th February, 2018 at 05.00 pm

National Gallery of Modern Art,
#49, Palace Road,
Bengaluru – 560052

Admission free to all on first come first serve basis

“Montage” a video screening

Art Houz, Bengaluru presents “Montage” a video screening
by Ashok Vish, Bhavani G S, Bharathesh G D, Madhuri Rao, Murali Cheeroth, Pushpamala N and Venugopal V G

Preview on Saturday 17th February 2018 | 5.00 PM
Show on View till Saturday | 24th February 2018
Monday – Saturday | 10:30 AM – 6:30 PM

Art Houz,
63, Palace Road,
Vasanth Nagar,
Bengaluru 560 052.

Screening of movie “Life and Death of a Star”

Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium organizes Screening of movie “Life and Death of a Star”

The birth of a star is a spectacular event, as gravity brings together massive molecular clouds over millions of years to create these enormous galactic furnaces. THE LIFE AND DEATH OF A STAR compresses the events of billions of years into minutes, using computer imagery to show the lifespan of these massive, heavenly fireballs as they expand, contract and finally burn out, often in stunning supernova explosions.

Entry Free

on Sunday | 18th February 2018 | 5:00 PM

Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium
Sri T. Chowdaiah Road,
High Grounds,
Bengaluru – 560 001

Land Mark: Opp. Indira Gandhi Musical Fountain, Near Raj Bhavan.

Red Axes at Koramangala Social

Red Axes
Two Friends, machines, psychedelia, potions, and an unconditional passion for music, sound and motion. Re-defining the sound of a city, gluing together influences, opening new spectrums and in-troducing the world to a new wave of slow burning down beats and electric garage. A Deep organic build up which started in 2010, in the basements of Amsterdam and the streets of Tel Aviv. Originated in a post-punk band called “Red Cotton” that metamorphosed later into Red Ax-es. There are many ways of seeing things, Performing Live as a duo or with different guests on stage, or their infamous Dj sets, a trip that will take you very far and as exotic as possible. if you want to know more about the internal side of RA, check out their own label “Garzen Records”, a place for their special deviations.

Entry: Rs. 400 including an IMFL drink

Saturday | 17th February 2018 | 10:00 PM
Club Rules apply post 8pm

Koramangala Social
118, 3rd Floor, Koramangala Industrial Area,
7th Block, Above Bodycraft Spa,
Bengaluru 560095.