Ekadeshma, Pick your favourite film from the list of 99 short movies at the Ekadeshma International Short Film Festival, 2017. The three-day event includes movies from 43 different countries and a panel discussion.
16-19 November, QFX Kumari, Kamalpokhari, (01) 4442220, 9860909882
Women's walkathon, Participate in a walk and talk program where established female entrepreneurs can promote their business ideas and aspiring businesswomen can learn from their experiences. 18 November, 8am, Starting point: Labim Mall, Rs450, [email protected]
Rock climbing, Gauge your own strength by trying your hand (and feet) at rock climbing on the Astrek Climbing Wall. The package includes lunch, bottled water and climbing and safety gear. No previous experience required. Every Saturday, 8am-5pm, Rs5,500 per person (01) 4419265, 9841313561 www.facebook.com/astrek.climbing
Swing dance, Embrace the rhythm of the Swing era by joining dance sessions with Spanish instructor Maria Lopez every Friday and Monday. Fridays at Moksh, Jhamsikhel, 6-8pm, Mondays at Nritya Aangan, 6-8pm, (01) 5013554, 9813556945, [email protected]
Power, politics and war, Save the date for a solo exhibition of paintings and drawings by Mann Gurung. 8-27 November, 11am-5pm, Siddhartha Art Gallery, Baber Mahal Revisited, (01) 4218048, (01) 4433930
Line, The 1967 absurdist, one-act-play Line by Israel Horovitz, directed in Nepal by Akanchha Karki, is premiering in Kathmandu. 2-19 November, 5:30pm, Shilpee Theatre, Battisputali, 9840175035
Recording 101, Learn recording arts with Manoj Kumar KC, guitarist of 1974 AD, and Manzil Bikram KC.
20 November, 9am, Kathmandu Jazz Conservatory, (01) 5013554, 9813556945, [email protected]
Tradition subverted, An exhibition that explores self-identity and gender identification while engaging viewers in a dialogue about urbanisation and ecology, by artists Erina Tamrakar and Asha Dangol. 13 October-3 December, 11am-10:30pm, Yala Mandala, Kwalkhu Road, Lalitpur, (01) 5536690