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Social is decidedly industrial in design with wooden benches, jute cushions, concrete pillars and industrial piping. This is a huge menu and required multiple visits. Two tabloid newspaper style menus, one for drinks and one for food, complement the decor with their quirky names Elvis Presley French Toast, Awesamosas, Notorious P.I.G and Enthu Cutlet Bao, compete with Ramesh n Suresh and Nina Aunties Mutton Dhansak.
Scottish Dance Theatre comes from national contemporary dance company that collaborates with musicians, designers, theatre-makers and visual artists to produce dance of the highest quality. Their India showcase comprises three shows - Winter Again by Jo Stromgren, Revelator choreographed by Ruth Janssen and In This Storm by Henri Oguike.
Pebble presents an evening of big room bouncy house with DJs Nikhil Chinappa and Rohit Barker. Opening acts will be by DJs Hassan and Shahi. Nikhil is an ex RJ and VJ, and has a massive fan following among EDM followers as a spin-master. Rohit, one of Bangalore's most popular DJs, also dons many hats with commendable ease he is a DJ, RJ and an ex VJ. Note: Guest-list is for only couples and single ladies, and closes at 8:30 pm sharp. ID Card is mandatory.
JW Kitchen presents a homemade special Navratri Thali laden with a variety of delicious preparations to celebrate the auspicious nine days. The thali will include traditional dishes like Sabudana khichadi, Vrat ke chawal, Shakarkandi chaa, Aloo jeera and Nariyal ke ladoo.
Gallery Sumukha presents a group art exhibition titled Of Forms And Fantasies. The exhibition will showcase the artists interpretation of the subject in abstract and figurative forms.The participating artists include Babu Eshwar Prasad, Baiju Parthan, Bose Krishnamachari, Dhruv Mistry, Jayasri Burman, Jyotsna Bhatt, KG Subramanyan, Karl Antao, Laxma Goud, Paresh Maity, Ravi Kumar Kashi, Samir Mondal, Sheetal Ghattani, Vidya Kamat and Vivek Vilasini.