Mumbai 360: Your weekday go and do guidebook

Feb 26, 2018, 08:39 IST | The Guide Team

Plan your week ahead in Mumbai with this handy guide

Ravi Subramanian

Book yourself
Teen author Abhishek Roy is gearing up to launch his second book, Land of the Gods, in the city, followed by a discussion with author Ravi Subramanian and actor Ashish Vidyarthi.
Time 6 pm onwards At Crossword Bookstores, Kemps Corner.

Laugh out loud
Head to this eatery to begin your week on a happy note as Vaibhav Sethia and Gaurav Kapoor (above right) make you laugh till it hurts.
Time 8.30 pm onwards
Ay Hard Rock Cafe, Wadia International Center, Worli.
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Entry Rs 500

Travel in time
Go back in time with an old-school symphony orchestra that features acclaimed Italian pianist Roberto Prosseda, and marvel at his musical prowess.
Time 8.30 pm onwards
At Experimental Theatre, National Center for the Performing Arts, Nariman Point.
Call 66223737
Entry Rs 400 onwards

Spend some screen time
Watch drama and reality combine in a fictitious 24 hours in the life of musician and international cultural icon, Nick Cave, at a screening of 20,000 Days on Earth.
Time 7 pm onwards
At Fun Republic Social, opposite New Link Road, Andheri West.

Get to know the body
If the human body is a wonder to you too, here’s a chance to get all your questions answered and the potential of the body explored as you watch The Lost Wax Project, a contemporary dance performance conceived and choreographed by Preethi Athreya.
Time 8 pm onwards
At G5A Foundation For Contemporary Culture, Shakti Mills Lane, Mahalakshmi West.

Play to win
Have some old-school fun with your buddies by playing board games. If you win, there’s chilled beer to keep you happy.
Time 9 pm onwards AT Kaitlyn’s Beer Garden, Hill Road, Bandra West.
Call 26408666

Catch a tune
Attend an evening of music and culture as artistes from around the world — Ronja Burve (in pic), Chris­tos Yerolatsitis, Gianluca Liberatore and Aron Nyiro — pay tribute to Ameri­can singer Nina Simone.
Time 9 pm
At The Quarter, Royal Opera House, Girgaum.
Call 8329110638
Log on to cost
Rs 749 onwards

Learn a new skill
Looking for a career in music production or DJ-ing? While True School Faculty Luca Petracca will conduct an interactive workshop on music production and composition, True School and Point Blank-certified teacher DJ KD (in pic) will train you in DJing skills
and console.
On 6.30 pm onwards
At True School of Music, opposite Hanuman Temple, Lower Parel.
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Savour the best
Devour a multi-course meal as some of the most exciting chefs across the city put their best food forward to offer a culinary experience like never before.
Time 7.30 pm onwards
At Magazine Street Kitchen, Byculla East.
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Cost Rs 5,500

Crack a joke
Help Siddharth Dudeja test if his jokes are funny, at all. If you give him a nod, he might just get ready for a world tour.
Till 8.30 pm onwards AT Cat Café Studio,
Aram Nagar, Versova, Andheri West. log on to
Entry Rs 250

Stop for a talk
Listen to space scientist Moumita Dutta, Osama Manzar, founder and director at Digital Empow­erment Foundation, Kumar Anurag Pratap, head CSR at Capgemini, and Nagarjuna G of Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education discuss the importance of STEM education.
Time 6 pm onwards
At Hall of Harmony, Nehru Centre, Worli.
RSVP asiasocie­tyind­

Let your hair down
Let the countdown to Holi begin at a balam pichkari night in a watering hole as you sip on funky cocktails to get you all prepped up for the D-Day.
That’s not all. Keep your feet tapping to the beats of the dhol that will be played live.
Time 8 pm to 1.30 am
At Tipsy Gypsy, Fun Republic, Andheri West.
Call 7406690197

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