A Mumbai guide that highlights the best things to do in the city
A musical Sunday
11 am onwards Keshav Dhar, the founder of the Progressive Rock band Skyharbor, will deconstruct a track from their latest album, Guiding Lights. The next performance is by Pulse Conversation (in pic), a collective of drummers Jai Row Kavi, Gino Banks and Vinayak Pol.
On: May 29 AT True School of Music, Sun Mill Compound, Lower Parel.
Log on to: www.trueschool.in
Daenerys Targaryen. Pic Courtesy/Star World Premiere HD and HBO
The Sufi storytellers
7 pm Rooted in Indian classical and Sufi traditions, Bombay Bairag will present contemporary music, with the entire performance done as a single act, with a narrative interspersed with songs.
on May 28
At: G5A Foundation For Contemporary Culture, Shakti Mills, Mahalaxmi.
Entry: Rs 350
An Electric fusion
7 pm onwards Two performances are set to win your hearts today with their mix of Indian music and international influences — Maati Bani, and Neeraj Arya’s Kabir Cafe (in pic), which will present Electro fusion.
At: Courtyard, High Street Phoenix, Lower Parel.
DJ Nusha in the house
9 pm Groove to new age Electronic music with Romanian female DJ Nusha as she tunes in with Ashes & Artemisia to produce a mix of beat and melody.
On: May 28 AT antiSOCIAL, Rohan Plaza, Fifth Road, Khar (W).
The world of bubblegums
6.30 pm Enter the world of bubblegums with theatre company, Yatri’s new play The Bubblegum Boy.
On: May 28 AT NCPA, Experimental Theatre, Nariman Point.
Sharman Joshi on stage
8.30 pm Actor Sharman Joshi is back with a new play, Main Aur Tum, featuring Tejashree Pradhan. The Hindi play is an adaptation of Bernard Slade’s classic, Same Time, Next Year, a story of a man and a woman who find solace outside of their marriages.
On: May 28 AT Tata Theatre, NCPA. on May 29
At: Prabodhankar Thackeray Auditorium, Borivali (W).
Laugh it out
7 pm onwards Burst at the seams with Improv Comedy Mumbai’s performance,
On: May 28
At: R City Mall, Ghatkopar (W).
Turn into Khaleesi
Noon In love with Khaleesi’s braided locks (in pic)? Or do you dig Cersei’s wavy hair? Sign up for the Game of Thrones inspired hair updo workshop by Rekha Sharma and win the hairdo throne.
On: May 29 AT The Tabs India, SV Road, Khar (W).
Cost: Rs 1,500
11 am to 6 pm Try your hand at stone carving at a workshop conducted by Krutika Avlani. The carving will be done on light weight cement blocks.
On: May 28 and 29
At: Space 118, Mazagaon.
Cost: Rs 4,000 (including material)
Love in Tokyo
4 pm to 7 pm Pranav Kapoor of Delhi restaurants Hotboxx and KT’s will teach you how to roll sushi with various fillings and also how to fold dimsums.
On: May 28
At: Boveda Bistro, Morya Landmark 1, Andheri (W).
An old new affair
4 pm Relive the good old days as you sit on a Ferris wheel, and play games like Dart and the Balloon, Ring and Win and relish hotdogs, milkshakes and doughnuts along with dosas, and oriental woks and Indian grills.
On: May 28 and 29
At: Smaaash, Kamala Mills Compound, Gate No. 4, Pandurang Budhkar Marg, Lower Parel.
Summer on your plate
10.30 am to 10 pm Beat the heat with Cucumber and Celery Gazpacho, Classic Spanish Gazpacho, Jalapeño Lemonade and Rose Petal Ice Tea at a summer festival.
Till: June 7
At: Foodhall@ Palladium, Palladium Mall, High Street Phoenix, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel.
noon to 11 pm Enjoy music by talented artistes along with your meals to make the dining out experience groovy and complete.
At: Asian Kitchen, Four Points by Sheraton Navi Mumbai, Vashi.
Noon to 4 pm Eat to your heart’s content from a new brunch menu that includes cocktails like Raspberry Short Cake and Tiramisu Martini, wraps, bocatas, waffles, calamari frittos, quesadillas and more.
On: May 29
At: Soho Tapas Bar, ASVP Nagar, MHADA Road, Andheri (W).
It;s tea time
Tea Villa Cafe has launched a new outlet. On offer are more than 80 varieties of tea and an appetising food menu.
At: Aram Nagar 1, opposite Dariya Mahal, Versova.