Have a fair affair
Theatre: 6 pm Why not celebrate the day of love laughing your guts out? Watch Fair Affair, a bitter sweet, story of a dinner between two married couples which turns into a battle of the sexes.
At Canvas Laugh Club, Palladium Mall, Lower Parel.
Cost Rs 500
Bake for love
Food: 11.30 pm
Hand made gifts are always special. Spend Valentine’s Day with your sweetheart or friend baking something special for each other. Shradha Agarwalla from The Dessert Cart will be conducting a baking workshop at Sanctum.
At Sanctum, Vasant House, 19th Road, Khar (W). Call 26495775
Cost Rs 2,200 per couple
Head to a sale
Shop: 11 am onwards Indulge in some retail therapy this weekend. Fashion label Monisha Jaising is offering up to 50% off today. Shop above R20,000 and get a ‘High on Love’ tee free. The trendy array on sale comprises bridal ensembles, cocktail gowns and dresses, resort wear, luxury sportswear and kidswear.
At Monisha Jaising Store, Pali Hill, Bandra (W).
Music: Tribute to Begum Akhtar
6.30 pm Young Thumri singer Sraboni Chaudhuri, one of the foremost disciples of the legendary Thumri exponent Shobha Gurtu, (in pic) will pay a musical tribute to Begum Akhtar. Sraboni will present some of the masterpieces of the legendary singer.
At The Hall of Harmony, Nehru Center, Dr AB Road, Worli.
Cost Rs 200
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Idea: Gamble for food
6 pm to 9 pm Have some fun tonight, at the end of your meal. The Little Door allows you to roll a dice and lets you pre-select an option between an even or an odd number, roll the dice and if it’s your selection, you get a flat 50% off on your food and alcohol bill. For the brave hearted, there is one more option: choose a definite number and roll the dice, and if its your number, the entire bill is waived off.
At The Little Door, off New Link Road, Andheri (W).
Kala Ghoda Festival
Live in concert
Music: 8.15 pm to 10 pm Catch well-known Indian film composer, musician, singer and lyricist, Amit Trivedi (in pic) as he performs live for the finale of the Kala Ghoda Festival. Be prepared to be mesmerised by the music genius whose music has a refined sense of instrumentation and follows a varied range of orchestrated music.
On February 15
At Asiatic Library, Fort.
Workshop: 12.30 pm to
2 pm If you are an aspiring photographer you should not miss this workshop. Chirodeep Chaudhuri, current editor of Photography, National Geographic Traveller, India will teach you how to prepare your photography portfolio for review. This workshop needs pre-registration.
On February 15
At Artisans, Kala Ghoda
Coffee and Chocolate anyone?
Workshop: 12 pm to 1 pm Soak yourself in aroma and taste as Zeba Kohli and the Coffee Masters take you on a delicious journey of chocolate paired with aromatic coffee.
At Starbucks, Horniman Circle.