8 activities that you can indulge in this weekend
Wondering how to spend your weekend? Go rock climbing, watch a play, master your mind plus other things you can do to make the most of your time. Read on...
Be a rock star
The Nomadic Quest is hosting a trekking and rock climbing session at Sasu Navghar off the Ahmedabad Highway. One has to report at 6.30 am at Dadar TT to reach the base at 8 am.
By The Nomadic Quest
On February 23
Inking the city
Check out pen and ink artist Prakash Ghadge’s exhibition, City of Gold in Black and White. Ghadge aims to capture all the small beauties of our own city and put it down in his paintings.
Till: February 24
At: Nehru Center Art Gallery, Worli.
How to master your mind
Mentaliser Ehud Segev and ad man Prahlad Kakar will host a workshop for corporates on how to master your mind. The workshop will help you hone the abilities of the mind, create the right impression with body language, how to use your voice to influence people at the workplace and more. Registrations start from 9.30 am.
On: Today, 10.30 am onwards
At: The Leela Palace and Sveda Banquets, Sahar Airport Road, Andheri (E).
Mumbai in a basket
The Mumbai Tokri by the website City Ninjas is an all-day fun-filled event at The Hive in Bandra. Showcasing the spirit of Mumbai will be a handpicked selection of people across a variety of spheres and mediums, who will exhibit all things representing Mumbai, for an entire day. There will be tweet-sized stories by Terribly Tiny Tales, photo stories by Mumbai Paused, T-shirts by The Bombay Trooper, food stalls and more.
On February 23, 12 pm till 7 pm
At Huma Mansion, Khar (W).
Go car-free, tune in to this music
Live From The Console (LFTC) will be a part of the Mumbai Car Free Day. #LFTCStreeSide will be a fusion of genres of music ranging from Punk and Alternative Pop-Rock to Electronic. The gig will feature the Sidharth Basrur Band, Spud in the Box , Shaa’ir + Func and a special act by Dharavi Rocks and Mumbai Drummers. Car Free Day encourages motorists to give up their cars for a day and promotes improvement of mass transit, cycling and walking.
On: February 23, 6 pm onwards
At: Carter Road Promenade, Bandra.
Cafe chatter over books
Crossword Bookstore is hosting a book club — Literati Café. They will discuss the book, Asura, by Anand Neelakantan. Join in for fun conversations on the book over a cup of hot coffee. The event is for people aged
18 years and above.
On: February 23, 11.30 am
At: Crossword, Inorbit Mall, Malad.
Produced by Ank, the play tells the story of a woman of passion, Sumitravanti, who not only challenges, but also taunts a closed society with her actions. The play is directed by Devendra Raj Ankur and the cast includes Preeta Mathur, Aman Gupta, Satyajit Sharma and Meena Vaibhav among others.
On: Today, 7 pm
At: DG Khetan Auditorium, Malad.
Comedy from Down Under
Australian comedian Sam McCool will perform Multiple Personality Distorter at Canvas Laugh Factory. A finalist in Australia's Got Talent, he had a sell-out show at the Sydney Opera House, and has 1 million YouTube views under his belt. He is known for his live act and improvisation skills.
On Today, 10.30 pm; on February 23, 8.30 pm
At Canvas Laugh Factory, Lower Parel.