Mumbai 360: Your weekday go and do guidebook
From indulged in some creativity to Master the art of cooking healthy meals, your weekday go and do guidebook
Pick up the brush
workshop: When was the last time you indulged in some creativity? Attend this workshop by artist Shradha Dahotre, who will guide you through basic techniques to create this beautiful French flower market scene on canvas.
Time 4.30 pm AT Full address to be shared after you sign up; near Mantralaya.
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Entry Rs 2,500
Look on the dark side
stand-up: Prepare to get tickled by some dark and surreal comedy as funnyman Daniel Fernandes grabs the mic to crack new jokes up his sleeve.
time 8 pm to 9.30 pm
At The Cuckoo Club, Mac Ronells Compound, near Pali Hill, Bandra West.
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Entry Rs 350
Take the stage
Open mic: Do you believe the poem, song, story or joke brewing inside you deserves to be shared? Take the stage at this open mic for two minutes, share your creation with an audience and get honest feedback, too.
Time 6.15 pm
At Max Mueller Bhavan,
K Dubash Marg, Kala Ghoda.
Discussion: What keeps the diverse South East Asian nations that comprise ASEAN politically and economically stable? Learn more about the topic at a panel discussion by Professor Kishore Mahbubani (above; centre) and Edgard Kagan, the Consul-General of the American Consulate General in Mumbai, moderated by senior editor Suhasini Haidar (above; left).
Time 6 pm AT The Rendezvous, Taj Mahal Palace, Colaba.
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Workshop: Learn the art of book binding by assembling handmade papers in a tie and dye fabric cover.
Time 12 noon
At Iteeha Studio, Lower Parel.
Cost Rs 1,500
Go for a marine walk
Walk: Explore colourful sea sponges, snails, sea anemone, hermit crabs and other wonders of Mumbai’s marine life at a guided shore walk.
Time 4.30 pm to 6.30 pm
At Haji Ali rocky shore. email email@example.com
Cost Rs 900
Whip up health
Workshop: Master the art of cooking healthy meals without compromising on taste at a whole plant-based basics cooking workshop, where you will learn to make green smoothie, herbal tea, masala milk, red rice idli, peanut butter salad, paneer makhanwala, dahi wadas, pizza, cookies and ice cream.
Time 2 pm to 5 pm
AT 1102, Balaji Garden, Plot No 17, Sector -11, Koparkhairane, Navi Mumbai.
Cost Rs 1,800
Music: If you are a fan of the King of Pop, here’s your chance to groove to some of Michael Jackson’s superhit tracks at a tribute gig by the band Arjun Dhanraj & Friends.
Time 9 pm
At Flyp@MTV, Kamala Mills Compound, Lower Parel.
Get beer lessons
Food & drink: Learn all about the history of beer and the brewing process of four craft beers at a tasting session by Navin Mittal, co-founder of a popular brewery, which is the venue. Once done, pick your favourite brew and down it with two appetisers.
Time 7.30 pm
At Gateway Taproom, BKC.
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Cost Rs 750
Grapple with urban isolation
Play: Catch the staging of Notes on Chai, an acclaimed solo act that returns to Mumbai after a tour across Europe. The play delves into urban isolation and the search for meaning in everyday life.
Till January 18, 6 pm and 9 pm AT Prithvi Theatre, Juhu.
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Entry Rs 250
View Russian art
Exhibition: Wednesday is the last day to attend Russian Atlantis – 2018, a group show of artists from Russia. The paintings, created in various media, give a glimpse into the beautiful country.
Time 11 am to 5 pm
At The Russian Centre for?Science and Culture, near Jaslok Hospital, 31-A, Peddar Road,
Learn as you cycle
Outdoors: Get a fascinating peek into the history of Bombay of the British era through the story a Gujarati boy who came to the city to make a living, but ended up becoming its richest businessman. All this, as you pedal your way through SoBo.
Tme 10 pm to 1 am meeting point Kailash Parbat, Colaba.
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Cost Rs 1,199 ('699 with your own bicycle)
Catch a concert
Music: Treat yourself to a two-day concert of Western classical music by one of the world’s leading youth orchestras, The National Youth Orchestra of Germany. The concert will be conducted by well-known musician Hermann Bäumer.
Till January 18, 7 pm
At Jamshed Bhabha Theatre, NCPA.
Entry Rs 400
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