Mumbai 360 degrees: Your weekday go and do guidebook
Your weekday go and do guidebook
Let's go Latino
Attend the Latin American Film Festival where you can watch several gripping movies including Nueve Reinas, Central Do Brasil (in pic) and En el Nombre de la Hija.
Time : 4 pm onwards
At : Little Theatre, NCPA, Nariman Point.
Suresh Gosavi is an artist who portrays his thoughts and feelings in his paintings that have distinctive features such as simplicity of subject and a dose of Indian culture and tradition.
Time : 11 am to 7 pm
At : Nehru Centre Art Gallery, Worli.
Call : 24964676
Laugh with newbies
Watch young guns and future stars work their way around the improv scene at the Improv Student Showcase which looks to promote student artistes.
Time : 8 pm
At : The Habitat, Hotel Unicontinental, road number 3, Khar West.
Call : 9833358490
Entry : Rs.415
Get the blues
If you love bluegrassmusic, The Bluegrass Journeymen will leave you pleased. Each member combines their love for the genre, and influences from local folk musicians. The second act for the night will be Ladies Compartment, an all-women music group that's a tribute to the working women of the city.
Time :9 pm
At : Harkat Studios, Aram Nagar 2, Versova.
Call : 7718030009
Cost : Rs.354
Go desi festive
Shop for a handcrafted brass Christmas tree that is lacquered to make it longlasting and durable.
Time : 10.30 am to 8 pm
At : Baaya design, Raghuvanshi Mills, Lower Parel.
Call : 65616632
Have a treat
Need an afternoon break from work? Enjoy a two-course meal as part of the express menu which includes grilled porchini chicken, champagne mushroom fricassee and chicken on fire flatbread.
Time : 12 pm to 4 pm
At : The Daily Bar and Kitchen, Bandra West.
Call : 9920446633 Cost Rs.650
Watch a Bharatanatyam recital by Nidhaga Karunad as part of the Horizon Series of performances. Karunad was recently seen in Malavika Sarukkai's new group production, Thari - The Loom.
Time : 6.30 pm
At : YB Chavan Pratishthan, Jagannath Bhosale Marg, opposite Mantralaya, Nariman Point.
Call : 26520027
Groove to jazz
Listen to The Latination, a Franco-Indian Latin-jazz group, that blends salsa, rumba with contemporary jazz and peppers it with Afro rhythms.
Time : 9 pm onwards
At : Bonobo, Kenilworth Mall, off Linking Road, Bandra (W).
Call : 26055050
Pick the best
Support the craftsmen of Kutch and shop at Shrujan Trust's annual exhibition of sarees, cholis, dupattas, kurtas, home décor and accessories.
Till : December 17, 10 am to 7 pm
At : Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, Fort.
Call : 9833766584
Listen to Arunaja, a trained carnatic singer who fuses western and Indian music. She will present covers of rock and R 'n' B songs by artistes such as George Michael, Usher, Beyoncé and Stevie Wonder.
On : 9 pm onwards AT Irish House, Rampart Row, K Dubash Marg, Kala Ghoda.
Call : 49150000
Raise awareness on National Energy Conservation Day by painting a mural based on conservation and interacting with other like-minded people. Art supplies will be provided.
Time : 10 am
At : Central Avenue, Chembur.
Shop for summer
Ready your summer wardrobe with designer Aartivijay Gupta’s spring summer 2018 collection made using comfortable cotton linen fabrics in boxy cuts with distinct prints and colour placements. While there, savour a new menu and sip on yummy cocktails.
Time : 11 am to 6.30 pm
At Olive, 14, Nargis Dutt Road, Khar West.
Call : 43408228
Learn the finer points of acrylic art by painting a barn landscape in the impressionistic style, where you will be guided through the session with brush stroke techniques.
Time : 4.30 pm
At : Opposite Cooperage Ground, near Mantralaya, Nariman Point.
Log on to : eventshigh.com
Entry : Rs.2,499
Dance with it
Indian flamenco artist Kunal Om and kathak dancer Aditi Bhagwat will combine the two forms of dance with their performance, FlamencoKathaa. Flamenco finds its roots in Rajasthan while one of the three schools of kathak is in Jaipur. This performance will combine the lineage of both.
Time : 8.30 pm
At : Summer House Cafe, Todi Mill, Lower Parel.
Entry : Rs.438
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