Events in Hyderabad from March 9 - March 15

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March 9 | Soul Salon and Spa
Celebrate the spirit of womanhood this whole month with Soul Salon and Spa’s special makeover packages. From body scrub, massage and pedicure to highlights for hair and nail art, the salon has it all for women of all age groups. Priced at Rs.2,500. Details: 93460-65095

Laughter ride
March 10 | Heart Cup Coffee
Gear up for an evening of laughter as Mumbai-based stand-up comedian and musician Aakash Mehta performs in the city. Expect a fresh set of jokes on funny situations in life at this 80-minute show. Ticket: Rs.399. 8.30 pm onwards. Details: 2355-5003

Dance it out
March 11 | Our Sacred Space
Our Sacred Space is organising a month-long Telangana Folk Dance workshop. City-based dancer Krishna Kumari, known for her 10-year-long career as an Odissi and folk dancer, will host the workshop every Sunday with a focus on movements and style.
Priced at Rs.1,200. 12.30 pm onwards. Details: 90300-13344

 

Dual role
March 12 | Gallery Space 
Telangana-based artists Thota Vaikuntam and Ramesh Gorjala will showcase their works at the exhibition, Dual – a two-man show. The art show will feature their abstracts, figurative and mythological opuses. Entry free. 6.30 pm onwards. Details: 98491-61384

Artisan connect
March 13 | The Kalinga Cultural Centre
Shop for a range of authentic handwoven products by weavers and artisans from across the country at the ongoing exhibition, ‘Go Swadeshi’. From the ilkal saris of Karnataka, West Bengal’s Tangail saris to Maheshwari and Chanderis, the five-day exhibition will showcase works of weavers from Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, West Bengal, Jammu and Kashmir, among other states.
Entry free. 11 am onwards. Details: 98855-51541

 

Set in stone
March 14 | Goethe-Zentrum Hyderabad
Accomplished photographer Namrata Rupani will showcase her work in a solo photo exhibition, Stories In Stone. The week-long exhibition is an ode to the old architecture of the country and will feature the best of her photographs from her career. Entry free. 10 am onwards. Details: 2335-0473

Play right
March 15 | Lamakaan
As part of Lamakaan’s eighth-anniversary celebrations, Ratna Pathak Shah will perform Ismat Chugtai’s play Mughal Bachcha. The performance will be followed by a discussion on the challenges of small and intimate theatre in contemporary India and the relevance of theatre and performance spaces. Entry free. 7.30 pm onwards. Details: 96427-31329

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