Events

Frame by frame

Frame by frame, a two-week workshop for photographers who want to take their digital photography to the next level; participants will work on aesthetics, ethics, editing, and digital workflow and produce stories on the issues of climate change, sustainable living, migration and themes related to the ongoing Climate+Change exhibition. Rs 4,000 ex. VAT, 4 to 18 February, 2 to 6pm, Nepal Art Council, Babarmahal, learning@photocircle.com.np, apply by 5pm, 28 January

Easel work, learn the basics of painting landscapes in water colour. 25 January, seats limited, Park Gallery, Pulchok

Climate+Change, an awe-inspiring educational science exhibition about climate change and Nepal's Himalaya. Runs till April, Nepal Art Council, Babarmahal

Of the young, listen to Anil Chitrakar expand on entrepreneurship opportunities for engaging the youth. 9 February, 4pm, free entry, Nepal Bharat Library, New Road Salut, be one of over 550,000 students all over the world to learn French. Session starting on 27 January, Alliance Francais Centre, Teku

Jai Ho, watch Bollywood's favourite muscle-man Salman Khan send villains packing to hospital beds; with proceeds going to Bhaktapur Animal Welfare Society and Poor and Helpless Girls Home. 24 January, 6.30pm onwards, Kumari Cinema, Hall 1

Trading paint, an exhibition of the work by artist Julian Parker-Burns. Runs to 21 February, 10am to 5pm, Image Ark Gallery, Kulimha Tol, Patan Darbar Area

Woof!, if you think your dog's the best, enter it into competition with all of K-town's hounds at the 4th Grand Dog Show. 25 January, Satdobato Swimming Complex, 10am onwards

Swasthani fast, a month of reading the pilgrims' tale of the Kathmandu Valley of yore; plenty of photo opportunities at Pasupati and Sali Nadi. Runs to 14 February

Made in Nepal, join over 150 makers and sellers of quality Nepali products and services. 13 to 16 February, 10am onwards, Bhrikuti Mandap, 9841578957, nyef@fncci.org

Singalong, enjoy an evening of music and entrepreneurship with Bihani Social Venture. Rs 500, 17 January, 5 to 7pm, Namlo Restaurant, Bakhundol, 9813228579

Heritage and pride, an exhibition of the paintings of Lal Kaji Lama. 20 January to 3 February, Sarwanam Art Gallery, Kalikasthan

Parallel journeys, an exhibition of the works of artists Binod Pradhan, Sunila Bajracharya, and Asha Dangol. Runs till 8 February, Siddhartha Art Gallery, Babarmahal

Birdwatch, spot a bird that has migrated from Siberia to Kathmandu for the winter. 1 February, 7am, Shivapuri-Nagarjun National Park, 9841330576

Art attack, revisit the highlights of the 2nd Kathmandu International Art Festival. 25 to 31 January, 10am to 4pm, Patan Museum, (01)4218048

The public sphere, join an informal discussion with veteran Indian journalist Bharat Bhushan on 'Media ethics and changing structure of media'. 24 January, 3pm, Hotel Annapurna, Darbar Marg, entry free of cost


Dining

Hotel Shangri-La

Hotel Shangri-La, traditional Nepali cuisine with cultural show. Rs 999, every Thursday, 7pm onwards, (01)4412999 ext 7520/7515

Lal Durbar Restaurant, authentic Nepali dinner with cultural shows. Hotel Yak & Yeti, Darbar Marg, (01)4248999, reservation@laldurbar.com

K-too, if you’re tired of the cold, go in for the best steak in Thamel, a warm dining room, live sports on TV, and free Irish coffee with every main course and seasonal specials. Thamel, (01)4700043

Public Cave, while its pizzas, sizzlers, and spring rolls are a hit among customers, the main attraction is karaoke. Dihikopatan, Pokhara, 9856032958

Little Italy, go vegetarian at this new Italian food chain and don’t forget to end your meal with the chef’s special,chocolate bomb. Darbar Marg

Trisara, with dishes like flambeed prawns, crispy chicken, and khao soi, it would be a folly to ignore its aromas. Lajimpat


Cinemas


Getaways


Music

Shastriya Sangeet

Shastriya Sangeet, dabble in the magic of Hindustani classical music every new moon night. 30 January, 3.30pm, Ram Mandir, Battisputali

Starry nights, munch on the tenderloin with Ciney Gurung performing live. Rs 1,499, 24 January, 7pm onwards, Shambala Garden Café, Hotel Shangri-La, (01)4412999, Ext. 7520/7515

Nabe Radio #3, party with Gianni Denitto, Bzzt! Bzzt! Bzzt!, and Tsering Sherpa. Rs 100, 24 January, Places Restaurant and Bar

Kripa Unplugged, young Nepali musicians and seasoned veterans give an acoustic rendition of their favourite songs. http://www.youtube.com/user/KripaUnplugged

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