The Guide lists several fun-filled activities that you can indulge in around Mumbai this weekend. Read on...
Kala Ghoda Festival
Take part in children’s art workshops at Museum Gardens and heritage walks at the Kala Ghoda Festival, opening today.
Till February 9
At Kala Ghoda, Fort.
Catch the last day of artist Purnendu Mandal’s new show, Heritage of Kolkata, where he captures the architectural heritage of Kolkata in watercolour.
Till February 2
At Kamalnayan Bajaj Art Gallery, 226, Bajaj Bhavan, Jamnalal Bajaj Marg, Nariman Point.
Lying But Honestly
After extensive performances across Europe Christopher Daruwalla, who calls himself a lying motivator, is in Mumbai for the first time with his comedy show Lying But Honestly.
On February 2, 5 pm and 7 pm
At Godrej Dance Theatre, NCPA, Nariman Point.
Entry Rs 400
Join cinematographer Ajay Noronha for an inspiring journey through the world of moving images. In this workshop, Noronha, also a documentary filmmaker, explores the fascinating connection between capturing an image and memory, from his experiences.
On Today, 6 pm
At MCubed Library, Princess Building, near Bandra Gymkhana, D’Monte Park Road, Bandra (W).
Call 28881752 / 28816204
Entry Free (open to people aged 12 years and above)
Wines of the world
Know more about some of the leading Indian as well as imported wineries and their products, and learn how to judge a wine through wine tasting and food pairing sessions, at the Vinofest.
TILL February 2, 6 pm to 12 am
At Phoenix Marketcity, Kurla.
DJ Wolfpack and DJ Yves V
This weekend, head to Panvel to catch Indian DJ Yo Yo Singh perform along with International stars DJ WolfPack and DJ Yves V as part of
Till February 2, 6 pm onwards
At Dr KM Vasudevan Pillai Campus, Pillai’s Educational Institutes, Sector 16, next to New Panvel Railway Station.
Entry Rs 800
Pedal for fitness
Join professional and amateur cyclists from Juhu in the Pedal With a Passion to Serve cyclothon organised by Lions Club, Juhu, to promote healthy lifestyle and habits among Mumbaikars.
On February 2, 6.30 am onwards
At Jamnabai Narsee School, Narsee Monjee Marg, Vile Parle (W).
Baap Ka Baap
An edgy, thrilling, satirical and emotionally charged love story intertwined with the responsibilities towards our parents, Baap Ka Baap is making its premiere this weekend. The cast features Asrani, Padmini Kolhapure, Naveen Bawa and Chitrashi Rawat.
On February 2, 7.45 pm
At Rangsharda Auditorium, Bandra.
Entry Rs 200 to Rs 1,000
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