From theatre to comedy: Indulge in these unique experiences in Mumbai this week

25 May,2024 08:40 AM IST |  Mumbai  |  Team SMD

AT: Bluebop Cafe, Khar WHEN:Till June 5 PRICE: Rs 640 onwards

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Curated by Tanya Syed, Sanjeevni Iyer and Niyati Raut

Parent trap

Planning parenthood in a marriage is always a rollercoaster and Duncan Macmillan's renowned play, Lungs, explores just that. The play throws light on multiple challenges faced by a couple who are contemplating on raising a child amid the rising global and political unrest. It's a modern play that does not shy away from tough questions.
WHEN: May 26, 730 PM
PRICE: Rs 500 onwards

An ode to Pancham Da

Siddharth Entertainers, in association with Hindustan holding, is back with their renowned Pancham concert, culminating melodious renditions of 40 Bollywood film industry musicians. Musicians like Shailaja Subramanian, Alok Katdare and others will host this musical journey. From violin to sitar pieces, this concert will surely take you on a nostalgic trail of music, while tributing our very own Pancham Da.
WHEN: June 1, 6:30 PM
WHERE: Shanmukhananda Hall, Mumbai PRICE: Rs 300 onwards

Laughter guaranteed!

Get ready to immerse yourself in a night of comedy with Varun Grover's first ever stand-up in the city. Delving into personal stories from the 90s and 2000s, this comical piece will leave tickles to your nostalgic memories and experiences.
WHEN: June 7
WHERE: St. Andrews Auditorium.
PRICE: Rs 999

Bassi's hilarious return

Get ready to make your Friday night humorous, with Anubhav Singh Bassi's latest standup, Kisi Ko Batana Mat. From jokes to taunts, all of them will be a fresh set of Bassi's comic flair, keeping you amused and entertained through the night.
WHEN: May 31, 7 PM
PRICE: Rs 799 onwards

Sufi with taal

Ever wondered a combination of dance and sufi? Inspired by the philosophical essences and the grounded belief of "Aham Brahmasmi", Nrityanidhi's renowned Asmi theme, aims to bring you a transcending experience of emotion, divinity and cultural flair.
WHEN: June 2
WHERE: Royal Opera House Theatre, Mumbai.
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