Create your story
10 am to 6 pm Kahani Karnival is a children’s storytelling festival, which explores the art of storytelling through multiple forms be it books, theatre, puppetry, dance, music, art and craft. It will focus on theatre and will have workshops, performances, museum walk-throughs and other fun interactive sessions.
On: April 26
At: Dr Bhau Daji Lad Museum, 91A, Rani Baug, Veer Mata Jijabai Bhonsle Udyan, Dr Ambedkar Road, Byculla (E).
Log on to: in.bookmyshow.com (for the full schedule)
Summer camp time
10.30 am to 12.30 pm Sign your kids up for a 10-day summer camp at Hop n Bop, where they can experience activities like sound therapy, creative thinking, dance, pottery, cooking, jewellery candle making, storytelling, puppet making and more.
Till: May 1
At: 444, The Corporate Lounge Second floor, Plot no 347, Linking Road, Khar (W).
Book your date
11 am and 12 pm If you love reading a book, or if your little one loves to listen to you reading, or if your child has his or her favourite book that they go back to over and over again, head to the Little Free Library. Kids, grown-ups and book lovers can all bring their favourite books and read it out aloud.
On: April 26 (11 am), April 27 (12 pm)
At: Little Free Library, D’Monte Park Road, Bandra (W).
Log on to: www.littlefreelibrary.org
11 am to 7 pm Art curators Payal and Bindal Shah of Artezvous bring together 23 artists who will display artworks containing their interpretation of the city of Mumbai. From day-to-day life, luxuries, struggles, hard work, nightlife and beauty, the paintings and photographs will pay a tribute to the city.
On: April, 26 At Coomaraswamy Hall, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, MG Road, Kala Ghoda.
12 pm to 5 30 pm As Indigo turns 16, they are organising a special brunch with their legendary Sunday brunch band that will play your favourite songs, a sumptuous menu and unlimited imported alcohol.
On: April 26; At Indigo, 4 Mandlik Road, Colaba.
Cost: Rs 3,500 (all inclusive)
A tribute to Amir Khusro
10 pm Ustad Qadar Niazi Qawwal, one of the foremost Qawwali singers in India, will pay a tribute to the legendary Amir Khusro. A child prodigy, Ustad Qadar Niazi Qawwal has captured both the Sufi Astana Gayaki style as well as the Sufi tradition.
On: April 26;
At: Mathuradas Mills Compound, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel.
Cost: Rs 350 entry, Rs 1,000 (full cover, post 6.30 pm)
Log on to: www.bluefrog.co.in
Get into the artist’s mind
11 am to 6 pm Photographer Hari Mahidhar is all set to showcase his talent with his upcoming show, Equilibrium – not balance but gravity. This exhibition of photographs appears to be about balance but Hari is actually challenging the concept of gravity.
Till: March 31
At: Dinodia Photo Gallery, 66 Bajaj Bhawan, opposite INOX, Nariman Point.
12 pm to 8 pm Catch photographer , Santanu Chakraborty’s exhibition titled Death and Deliverance in Kolkata. The images from this series are black and white pursuits of a calling, which he does not understand, but continues to explore and engage with, as he rests and reflects on an embankment by the Ganges in Kolkata’.
Till: April 30 At Piramal Gallery, NCPA, Nariman Point.