mumbai guide

  • A Christmas Carol set in Fort

    NCPA’s Christmas presentation adapts Charles Dickens’ timeless classic, A Christmas Carol, setting it in Mumbai 

  • X'mas special: Amazing gifts for your loved ones this Christmas

    Is your boyfriend a gizmo addict or your sister a fashionista? If you’re not sure of what to gift your loved ones, here’s how to play Secret Santa, and earn brownie points too. the guide rounds up some of the coolest gifts to add to the festive cheer

  • Doing the Kabul Disco

    Nicolas Wild, the graphic novelist of Kabul Disco, is back in Mumbai to make his first appearance at the Mumbai Film and Comic Con 2014. Kanika Sharma chats with the French writer

  • Tech special: New app helps you hitch a ride with your pals

    FrndiNeed is a free app that helps you locate friends who are nearest to your location and allows you to chat with them to plan a ride together. In case of an emergency, it can also notify friends

  • A cryptic stand against tradition

    View videos, paintings and installations by German artist Rosemarie Trockel

  • Enjoy home-style Goan food at this Juhu eatery

    Juhu’s nondescript Goa Bhavan Canteen is known to be a budget-friendly home-style eatery. But has the joint become a tad too homely? Kiran Mehta lives to tell an amusing seafood-inspired tale

  • Small is beautiful

    Look out for innovative, smaller-sized artworks at One Foot Squared, an exhibition of 1’ x 1’ artworks

  • Revisit the Mauryan times

    Sumedha V Ojha’s Urnabhih is a story set in the Mauryan kingdom where its protagonist is Mirakesi, a dancing girl who is also a spy. The fast-paced tale is slated to be made into a TV series in the next 18 months

  • I don't consider what I play as EDM: DJ Pete Bones

    Three questions with Underground House DJ Pete Bones

  • The Jewish brush on Indian art

    A recently released book, Jews and the Indian National Art Project traces the contribution of Jews to Indian art

  • Mapping steps across Mumbai

    Amateur photographer Aashish Vyas captures steps across the city in his new show, Treppe, which is currently on display at the Jehangir Art Gallery

  • New EP from Deep Sky Orchestra

    Join Deep Sky Orchestra, the Electronica project of Pune boys Deerav Moolani and Shashwat Pradhan who will launch their new EP, First Avenue, in the city, today

  • Bandra cafe is a haven for Mumbai's vinyl record lovers

    There seems to be a change in fortunes for the humble vinyl record. Fans of this music format in the city are finding new avenues and spaces to revel in this sound, and re-live the record. the guide scratches beyond the surface

  • Why this new Lower Parel eatery is a work in progress

    The Other Side (TOS), the latest eatery to have popped up in Lower Parel, holds much promise but is still a work in progress

  • Football frenzy in the North-East

    Vikram Buragohain’s documentary Kicking From the Corner, promises to offer valuable insight into how football has a special place in the North-East. Kanika Sharma reports

  • The green couple on a mission

    American couple — Chris and Marilyn Kennedy — have been travelling all over India with a microscope, to create awareness about natural methods of farming. Now, they are in Mumbai to elaborate on how city dwellers can promote natural farming methods by just asking questions about the source of their food

  • How unfaithful are you?

    Raell Padamsee's latest offering, Unfaithfully Yours, that premieres in the city this weekend, promises to take you through a gamut of emotions as you witness the tender relationship of the protagonists, Akash and Preet, over a span of 25 years

  • Gillian Clark: Theatre is my activism

    With violence against women becoming a burning issue in India, we spoke with Canadian interdisciplinary theatre artist Gillian Clark, who will put up an intriguing performance at this year’s Thespo festival

  • Creative conversations over craft beer

    Give your mind a stimulating stir at Sidebar's inaugural talk with author Vikram Chandra

  • The North-East is an amalgam of beauty and aggression: Astad Deboo

    After 2012's presentation, Interpreting Tagore, Contemporary dance choreographer Astad Deboo returns to Mumbai with his latest multi-city production, Rhythm Divine II, that highlights issues faced by the North-Eastern population of the country. It also features nine-minute long pirouettes and Classical forms such as Manipur’s Pung Cholom