Mumbai 360: The go and do handbook in the city

Jul 08, 2016, 08:46 IST | The Guide Team

A Mumbai guide that highlights the best things to do in the city


Tune in with the band of three 7.30 pm to 11 pm Enjoy a night of soulful music by three men who are best known for their jugalbandi. The band MMS comprising, Saurabh Kaushal (in pic on right), Manoj Sharma and Manoj Pandya will perform songs from various genres on their beats.
ON July 9
AT R City Mall, Ghatkopar (W).

CALL 67755813

Bridge the modern gap
7.30 pm Catch the Gujarati play, Modern Middleclass — story of a generation gap produced by Sheela Butala, written by Manish Mehta, directed by Jayesh Barbhaya.
ON July 10
AT Nehru Centre, Discovery Of India building, ground floor, Dr Annie Besant Rood, Worli

CALL 24964676

Marx is back
6 pm Karl Marx has made a comeback. The reason for this is he wants to clear his name which he feels has been maligned. In the play, Marx in Kalbadevi no one has time to listen to his lectures on politics and philosophy.
ON July 10
AT Brewbot Mumbai, Morya Landmark 1, Andheri (W).
CALL 9619962969

Theatre of the dark
6 pm Experience a unique variety of experimental theatre that touches upon 1930's Theatre of Cruelty and Surrealism. The Darkroom Project is an attempt at bringing to light the traumatic state of mind, loss and indignation of mankind through a series of five short stories. The stories being performed are considered as photographic films; audience’s psyche is the photographic paper; while the performance itself is the projection created by performers.
ON July 9
AT The Hive, 50-A, Huma Mansion, Chuim Village Road, off Union Park, Khar (W).
CALL 9619962969

Stories by children
11.30 am Take your children for an enriching experience with a show with contemporary dance by students of Smitalaya, Folk stories from Kahaanipur by Samvedna R. Amitabh, Rajasthani Kathputli and a music ensemble by school children of Mumbai.
ON July 10
AT ST Andrew’s auditorium inside Andrew’s College Premises, St Sebastian Colony, Bandra (W).
CALL 9323119381

Hamlet with Rajat Kapoor
7 pm If Shakespearean tragedy is not your cup of tea, the lighter and comic version by Rajat Kapoor might work for you. In this version, a bunch of clowns are putting up a show of Hamlet. Sometimes they misinterpret the text. While at other times, they find new meanings in it, often making a mess of it.
ON July 9
AT Sophia College Campus, B.Desai Road, Breach Candy.

Eating out 

Breakfast spread
9 am onwards Start your day with fresh fruit juices, fresh fruit platters, banana honey shake, oreo cookie shake, chocolate shake, couscous upma and a signature Indian breakfast and more on offer
at a restaurant which has now started breakfast options.
AT Cafe Basilico, ground Floor, Eternia Building, Hill Road, Bandra (w).
CALL 26403333

Big fat yoga meal
9.30 am After an intense yoga session energise with cornflakes with milk and fruits or muesli with fruits, cream and yoghurt if you want to go basic with your breakfast. And if you want try out more then take your pick from the fluffy, omelette or scrambled eggs.
TILL July 17
AT MeSoHappi, Ground Floor, B-Wing, Pinnacle Corporate Park, Bandra Kurla Complex.
CALL 30151208

Brunch like a bawa
11:00 am to 4 pm Enjoy Sunday Brunch with some signature Parsi dishes like Patra Macchi, Dhansak, Sali Chicken, and Custard.
ON Every Sunday
AT Pala Fala, 164 Hill Road, Bandra (W).
CALL 61322222

Smoothie start
11:00 am to 10:30 pm Try out the Pomegranate, Celery & Ginger Lemon Grass, Spinach, Ginger & Apple and Green Apple Smoothies.
Till March 13
AT Ministry Of Salads, Bhulabhai Desai Road.
CALL 9768539164

Click to drool
11.30 am to 3.30 pm Order delicious dishes like Saarson ka Saag te Makki de Roti, Amritsari Chole Kulcha, Puri Lonji, Ludhianvi Rajma Chawal or Mutton Handi from Oye Punjabi.

Spice up the rains
11 am to 11.30 pm Dig into this monsoon menu of chinese dishes featuring Choy Dumpling in Chilli Oil, Butterfly Prawn Dim Sum, or Steamed Wontons and more.
AT Royal China, 192 Turner Road, Bandra (W).
CALL 26425111


An exhibition for a cause

11 am to 6 pm Admire paintings by stalwarts like Jogen Chowdhury, Maya Burman, Shuvaprasanna, Suneel Mamadapur at an exhibition with a cause. This exhibition, Art for Concern, is a fundraising initiative organised by Secure Giving, bringing together over 80 modern and contemporary artworks by over 45 artists. The money raised through this initiative will go to NGOs working in the areas of education, health and community development..
TILL July 9
AT Jehangir Art Gallery, 161 Kala Ghoda, Mahatma Gandhi Road.

CALL 8767401411

Colours of nature
11 am to 7 pm Explore the hues of nature through paintings by artists Nimisha Shah, Harshita Chasia & Soumya Mujumdar, each working with different techniques of painting.
TILL July 10
AT Nehru Centre Art Gallery, Worli.

CALL 9820823029

Body of silence
9 am to 9 pm Immerse in the search of silence by painter Sanjay Ashtaputre in his new series INTRINSIC. For Sanjay, life is interplay of light and shadow, darkness and brightness, colorful and colorless which he expresses through his work.
TILL July 17
AT The Art Walk Gallery, The Trident Hotel, Nariman Point.

CALL 9849190497

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