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Sunday special
Brunch and Jazz
Eating out
12 pm onwards Nico Bombay is hosting its Sunday Brunch where you can treat yourself to a spread including eggs to order, salads, flat breads, burgers and more with unlimited alcohol. There will also be a Jazz act by saxophonist, flautist and producer Pawan Benjamin and group, from New York. 

On Every Sunday 
At 105 Apollo Street, Bombay Samachar Marg, Kala Ghoda.
Call 9820152102

Brunch

Morning
How to dress to kill
11 am onwards Styling Avenue has brought in celebrity stylists, Shereen and Kayaan, to style you. This one-on-one consultation will teach you to style as per your body type, tell you where to shop for the right apparel, shoes and accessories that complement your style and suit your budget. Post the session, you can also get photographed by expert shutterbugs.
On Today
At The Daily, Bandra (W).
Call 9821353812/ 9820308784
Entry Rs 2,500 per person

Afternoon
DJ Kay Dee in the house
4 pm onwards Head to Exodusk, the sundowner party. Feel on top of the world while dancing to New York based DJ Kay Dee’s music. The artiste is renowned for his unique mix of Progressive, Deep and Tech House.
On Today
At Exo, Level 37, Palladium Hotel, Lower Parel.
Call 9892059228 (for registering for entry)

Evening
A teddy to fulfill a wish
7 pm onwards Make-A-Wish Foundation of India is hosting its first fundraiser in India, titled Wish-A-Teddy.
It will feature an exhibition and sale of hand-painted fiber glass teddy bears by artists such as Paresh Maity, Jayasri Burman (in pic), Senaka Senanayake and Baiju Parthan.
On Today
At Palladium Hotel, Lower Parel.
Email ceo@make awish india.org
(to attend the event)

Marital wars
Theatre
7.45 pm The play, Hum Do Hamare Woh, will premiere on April 27 and revolves around six characters. The show features actors Anup Soni and Smita Bansal, among others. It portrays a couple on the verge of divorce and makes a pertinent point about the blind beliefs that people have.
On April 27
At Rangsharda Auditorium, Bandra (W).

All for a cause
Book launch
5 pm onwards Head to the launch of the book, Number March, written by Nalini Sorensen and illustrated by Shraddha Pimputkar. The event will feature an interactive reading session. It is also a fundraiser for the Bal Asha Trust and you can donate for the cause as well.
On April 27
At Bal Asha Trust, Anand Niketan, Mahalaxmi.

All weekend
The media is abuzz!
Event
10 am to 6 pm Attend The Edutainment Show, India’s largest education exhibition and festival on media, communication and design. It will feature 50 exhibitors and over 50 workshops. The Edutainment Awards will be awarded
as well.
On Today and April 27
At JW Marriott Hotel, Juhu.
Log on to www.theedutainmentshow.com (to register)

Head to the Ace Festival
Theatre
7.30 pm Raëll Padamsee’s Ace Productions is hosting the Ace Festival celebrated in the memory of Pearl Padamsee. It will feature the plays — Death of a Salesman (today, Tata Theatre, NCPA) Broadway and Beyond (today, St Andrews) and Anything But Love (April 27, St Andrews).
On Today and April 27
At NCPA, Nariman Point; St Andrews Auditorium, Bandra (W).
Call 66223724 (NCPA ), 26459667
(St Andrews)

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