From a fun gig to mastering the paintbrush, here are some fun things to do today Heal yourself We often overlook the importance of self-care and empowerment. At this session, presenter Vinodh Kiran S will teach you the art of simple decision-making as well as healing methods available, how to handle stress and related diseases and disorders, and how to create a sustainable way of living. At Lifestyle Home, Saunders Rd, Cleveland Town, Pulikeshi Nagar, 7pm-8pm, June 20, free entry Get artsy If you are interested in the field of visual arts, walk in to this class. Here, you will be introduced to topics spanning lines, stroke, shapes, forms, patterns, and textures to colours, hues, shades, tints and tone. You will get to study important artists and art movements of the world, plus learn about still life or perspective drawing, pencil shading, and more. At The Circular Square, Navaratan Gardens, Konanakunte, 5.30pm-7pm, June 20, 1,200 onwards, eventshigh.com Rock on MudRoad is the coming together of six friends who are inclined towards music. Their work is influenced by The Eagles, The Zac Brown Band, Chris Stapleton, and others. Their set list tonight will combine country music and rock’n’roll. So you can be assured it’s going to be a gig to remember. At Hard Rock Cafe, St Marks’ Road, 9pm, June 20,1,000, bookmyshow.com Pop hits here If you enjoy listening to the likes of Coldplay, The Fray Foo Fighters, and John Mayer, it’s your lucky day. Because, Space Bar, an indie-pop and rock band, is planning to play these artists in a show. So get your music lovin’ friends along and croon to the hits. At Indigo XP, Jyoti Nivas College Road, 6th Block, Koramangala, 8pm, June 20, ENTRY: `299, eventshigh.com Tasty times Check out the new menu at Brahma Brews that focuses on being sustainable, local, and organic. In the words of Santosh Sriram, owner, “My idea was basically going back to our roots. Using locally sourced ingredients makes a world of a difference.” The menu consists of classics like the traditionally cooked mutton paya soup to region specific specialties like the Malnad style Pork and Grilled Chilli Cilantro Lime Prawnto, and small bites akin to the tapas with the magic of corn, lotus and nachos with homemade tortilla and cheese. The wood fired pizzas are something one needs to try at Brahma Brews. These lusciously topped thin crust pizzas are completely baked in the traditional Italian style over wood fire. WHERE: 35/38, 24th Main, 7th Phase, Opposite Brigade Palm Springs, JP Nagar WHEN: 12pm-12am, on all days CALL: 7483197213 Many moods, many colours A series of paintings by seven artists from Bengaluru features an interesting perspective of life – from spirituality to friends and even global warming. Titled Versatile Vignettes, the artists for the show include Sujata Sen Sejekan, Sadaf Beg, Priyanka Gupta Agarwal and Anand Gupta experience artworks by internationally acclaimed artists like Kanthraj N and Santhosh CH. WHERE:Art @ L1, Floor L1, JW Marriott Hotel, Lavelle Road WHEN: All day, on till June 30 CALL: 8067189999 Check this play out The Blue, Blue Sea, directed by Satchit Puranik, is a play about a dystopian estate in present day Germany. Social housing architecture that conveniences suicide. Drinking buddies that barely listen, neighbourhood kids that make cruel songs. Darko’s alcoholic mind takes one through the underbelly of where the misfits belong – and ‘long’ to belong. Motte – the teenager prostitute, Elle – his excuse for human company, Ulrike – Elle’s younger sister who has a crush on Darko – all of them live and survive in the same Estate. Waiting for death, while liquor gives living some semblance. The hope of a clear, dark night with glowing stars and the much promised ideal of ’the blue, blue sea’ keeps them fighting against the relentless drudgery of the impoverished human condition. Puranik chose this play because he was hooked on to the fact that the original German version, written by Nis-Momme Stockmann, was written as a radio play. The soundscape of the estate, the musicality of dialogue, the cyclical rhythms of structure and the succinct brevity of the English translation – all of these made it the most compelling choice. Alcoholism and its aftermath is a universal phenomenon, across classes, cultures and countries. Hence, in this adaptation the performers create the soundscape in retrospect, of what happens when one is/was drunk. The cast of the play includes Bhavana Rajendran, Mario Jerome and Sachin Gurjale. WHERE: Max Mueller Bhavan, CMH Road, Indiranagar