Saturday night fever

Screams at Le Meridian are hosting a Saturday night party on November 17 with the popular 'Black night' event. The party will feature DJ Vaggy, Stash, Sunny and Harneet, Rackish and Ketan Dossa as the emcee. Each artist will bring a different genre to the event, such as Bollywood, Hip Hop, Commercial and House. DJ Akhtar and Nikhil will be the opening acts for the evening and B Boy Michael and crew will keep revellers engaged with a dance performance. Organised by Masala Dossa Productions and Bling & Krav Entertainment, the evening will begin from 8 pm onwards.

All the world's a stage

Vodafone Rangasangeet, a state-level musical and one-act-play competition is now inviting entries from colleges, stand-alone groups and theatre associations from Maharashtra and Goa. Entries will be accepted till December 10 and participating groups need to be registered within the theatre circle. Preliminary rounds will be held at Pune, Nagpur, Aurangabad and Goa in December. Nine teams will be selected to go on to the grand finale at Pune on January 13. Winning teams will get cash prizes - Rs 1 lakh for musicals, Rs 10,000 for prose and other prizes worth Rs 5 lakh. The competition has received support from theatre personalities such as Subodh Bhave, Amol Palekar and more as the expert panel jurors. The contest has been organised by Vodafone India in collaboration with Theatre Academy. For registration, email:

The Sunday High

High Spirits is hosting a cookout on Sunday accompanied by Ox7gen, also known as Aditya Ashok. The Mumbai-based DJ is a self-taught producer who has performed at several venues in Mumbai, supporting local and international acts such as BBC and Nymfo as well as the closing act at the Dub Station at Pune's edition of NH7 Weekender this year. The artiste is influenced by Netsky, Danny Byrd and Logistics and is well-known for his high-energy liquid or ambient drum and bass heavy sets. The cookout begins at High Spirits, Koregaon Park at 2 pm.

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