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Updated: Nov 07, 2019, 09:27 IST | The Guide Team | Mumbai

The Guide team brings you a curated list of events so that you can make the most of Thursday to Sunday

Remember the name — Chihiro. She's brave, she's loyal, and she's the little girl who stars in Spirited Away, a Japanese animated film that will be screened at an iconic city theatre. The plot revolves around a town of ghosts and had, well, haunted us for days when we saw it first.

Shunashir Sen

ON November 10, 1 pm
AT Matterden CFC, NM Joshi Marg, Lower Parel.
CALL 24923399
Cost Rs 110

Put on your dancing shoes

Karishma Kuenzang

Treat yourself to a live performance that's bound to get you on your feet. Called The Good News Project, this ensemble, that will make its debut on Saturday, has been founded by city pianist Karim Ellaboudi and also features Anubha Kaul (vocals), Siddharth Shankar (guitar), Marios Menelaou (bass) and Aron Nyiro (drums).

ON November 9, 9 pm
AT Bonobo, second floor, Kenilworth Mall, Phase 2, off Linking Road, Bandra West.
CALL 26055050

A tale that is hair-raising

Dalreen Ramos

Ming-Ming, Fat Little Bear is a delightful new children's book on Pratham Books' StoryWeaver. Written by award-winning author Jerry Pinto and illustrated by Vishnu M Nair (the two worked on the informative Postcards from Bombay), it's the story of a bear who wakes up with standing-up hair. And although the bear family pokes fun at it, he eventually comes to accept it. Even if the book is meant for kids, I think there's a lesson that we can all learn.

LOG ON TO storyweaver.org.in

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