An Aussie tribute to Queen
Australian tribute band, Killer Queen, will be playing songs from the legendary British Rock band, Queen. Plus more...
Sounds like Queen
7.30 pm Australian tribute band, Killer Queen, will be playing songs from the legendary British Rock band, Queen. The band consists of John Blunt as Freddie Mercury, Wyne Vitale as John Deacon, Kevin Shilling as Roger Taylor and Tedreiko Edwards as Brian May, and bear close resemblance to Queen.
On: April 19
At: The Courtyard, Phoenix Marketcity, Kurla.
Spin to win
11 am to 6 pm Order over R1,000, and you stand a chance to spin the newly-installed roulette table at Big Bang Bar and Cafe and win prizes.
On: All days
At: The Big Bang Bar and Cafe, third floor, Kenilworth Mall, above KFC, Bandra (W).
Brunch by the pool
12.30 pm to 3 pm This Sunday afternoon, head to Aqua, a 24-hour coffee shop to enjoy a scrumptious and lip-smacking Sunday brunch and a complementary dip in their swimming pool.
On: April 19
Cost: Rs 1,750 to Rs 2,100 (taxes extra)
At: Aqua, Sun-n-Sand, Juhu.
Style stop weekend
10 am onwards Personalised styling platform, StyleCracker.com, has organised a special shopping extravaganza featuring over 100 brands and designers along with special booths like The Swap Shop to help you trade off clothes, a vanity van by Jean Claude Biguine and appointments with personal stylists.
On: Today At Palladium Hotel, ninth floor, Ballroom, Pre-Function Area & Terrace Gardens, Lower Parel.
Tea time cravings
2 pm Learn to make six different eggless muffins including the savoury Lamingtons and the healthy Orange multigrain cakes in a special cookery workshop, organised by Cocoa Cottage.
Log on to: Bakeryworkshops.com
Bring back a classic
4 pm Jiji Subi and Vishaal Asrani bring to life the magical characters of the story, Beauty and the Beast in a Broadway-style musical, specially made for children.
On: April 19
At: Smaaash, Kamla Mills Compound, Gate No 4, Pandurang Budhkar Marg, Lower Parel.
Call: 49143143 Entry Free
Keen to be a part of a trek to Bijli Mahadev temple in Manali, Himachal Pradesh. Now is the time. Sign up for a nine-day trip to the temple known for a 60-feet high staff that shines like a needle from distance. Also, enjoy views of the Kullu and Parvati valleys from here.
Trip dates: May 9 to May 17
Log on to: www.thenomadicquest.com
11 am to 7 pm Enjoy ceramic artworks and sculptures by a group of nine contemporary artists from all over India.
Till: April 20
At: Jehangir Art Gallery, Auditorium Hall, MG Road, Kala Ghoda.