Party goes on
8 pm onwards Continue your revelries with some groovy beats played by DJ Ashes aka Anjali Doshi and Hiren Chate, live at Arola. The music will range from Electro House and Lounge to Bollywood.
At: Arola, JW Marriott, Juhu Tara Road, Juhu.
Thank God it’s Friday
10 pm onwards Give your Friday a musical boost with DJ Garth Adam, a Mumbai boy, who will play some Deep House, Commercial House, Progressive House and more. Who said the party was over post the end of 2014?
At: Royalty, Krystal Building, Waterfield Road, Bandra (W).
Watch: Enjoy an opera screening
3 pm: An NCPA — The Metropolitan Opera (New York) presentation, Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg — Wagner is a 360-minute opera screening where James Levine returns to one of his signature Wagner works, conducting a group of Renaissance master singers whose song contest unites a city.
On: January 4
At: Godrej Dance Theatre, NCPA, Nariman Point.
Perform: Revisit the Bard’s plays
7 pm: That’s How It Started, presented by Bridging Gaps Entertainment, is an amalgam of four Shakespearean plays — Hamlet, Macbeth, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and The Merchant Of Venice. With characters of each play woven into the other, they’re connected by a wedding celebration.
On: Today at The Mysore Association Auditorium, Bhau Daji Road, Matunga (E).
Film: A French drama unfolds
6.30 pm: Directed by Anne Novion, Rendez-vous à Kiruna is about a Swedish architect who travels to Kiruna in Lapland to identify the corpse of a stranger, who actually happens to be the son that he’s never known. The film presentation is in partnership with Institut Français.
On: January 5 at Alliance Française de Bombay, Theosophy Hall, 40 New Marine Lines.
Workshop: Make a charcoal sketch
11 am to 3 pm: Artist Mahendra Damle will conduct this workshop for children, in the age group of 10 to 14 years, where they will be taught how to sketch the human body, based on the Alice Boner exhibition presently on at
On: January 3
At: Auditorium, CSMVS Visitor Centre and The Museum Sculpture Gallery, Fort.