Mumbai 360: Your weekday go and do guidebook
Plan your week ahead in Mumbai with this handy guide
Cook a storm
If you've watched MasterChef Junior and wondered what you could make better than two-minute noodles, here’s your ticket. Chef Abhijit Bipla is hosting a cooking workshop for kids between six to 15 years of age. Participate and learn the art of making mini burgers, pizzas, cupcakes and freakshakes.
TIll May 14, 4 pm to 7 pm AT Olive Bistro, Oberoi Mall, Goregaon East.
CALL 9820703331 cost Rs 600
Sing it off
Shake off the monotony of weekdays and head over for a karaoke night with your friends. Chug away your worries with beer and music.
Time 9 pm onwards AT Raasta, Rohan Plaza, Khar West. CALL 33126123
Get on stage
If you have an original poem or song, here are your two minutes to fame. Attend the Caferati open mic where you can give a solo performance, pull off a duet with your friend or even just watch.
Time 6.30 pm onwards
AT Goethe Institute, Max Mueller Bhavan, Kala Ghoda.
Reach a musical high
Discover what your child enjoys playing the best and sign them up for a summer camp and present them with the opportunity to explore various instruments, like guitar, bass, drums, and more.
Time 4 pm to 6 pm AT True School of Music, Sun Mill Compound, Lower Parel. CALL 66243200
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Cost Rs 600
It’s summertime, and this special menu is all that a mango lover’s dreams are made of. Tuck into mango cheesecake, mango cardamom brulee, pizza alla mango, mango quesadillas, mango caprese, mangomisu and more.
TILL May 31, 12 pm onwards
AT Cafe Delhi Heights, Kamala Mills, Lower Parel. CALL 49716414
Work your moves
Award-winning dancer Vaibhav Ghuge is hosting a one-day dance workshop. Participate for a certificate, a dance video with the celebrity dancer, and a good time.
Time 9 am to 1 pm
AT St Mary's High School, Tara Bagh, Mazgaon.
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Cost Rs 500
Catch Anish Mathew at a gig where he will sing unplugged versions of popular Bollywood numbers on a rooftop.
TIME 8.30 pm to 10.30 pm
AT Verbena Brewpub and Skygarden, Kamala Mills, Lower Parel.
Want to socialise? Do it while dancing. Tune into live bachata and kizomba music by DJ Cza and dish out your Latin moves at this party, which will begin with a bachata lesson.
Time 9.30 pm to 1 am AT Social, Fun Republic, Andheri West. CALL 9820847636
Accede to gluttony
Kolkata’s famous Chinatown is coming right here. Gorge on amazing Chinese food such as hot and sour seafood soup, prawn gold
coin, lobster in garlic butter sauce, sole fish in hot garlic sauce and more at this festival.
TiLL May 27, 12.30 pm to 11.30 pm AT Emperor’s Court — Renaissance Hotel, Powai. CALL 8291165421
Let Angad Singh Ranyal tickle your funny bones at this gig and laugh away your worries.
Time 8.30 pm AT Canvas Laugh Club, Lower Parel.
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cost Rs 400 to Rs 750
Tune in to a maestro
International composer and producer Karsh Kale is back to rock your world. Famous as a genre-bender, his fusion music will surely give you your much-needed mid-week break.
ON 9 pm onwards AT FLYP@MTV Cafe, Oasis Complex, Lower Parel. CALL 49710144 COST Rs 500
Enjoy new music
Tune in to a Delhi-based guitarist, singer and songwriter Takar Nabam’s heartfelt music at the launch of his second album, This Home That Home’s where he’ll be joined by Steve Peter on bass and Aveleon Giles Vaz on drums.
Time 9 pm to onwards
AT The Quarter, Royal Opera House, Girgaum.
Take a filmy check
Watch the Marathi film, Samhita, depicting the life of a woman filmmaker narrated through her film’s script. The film will be screened as part of the film festival, Museum Katta, by critically acclaimed and renowned director-duo Sumitra Bhave and Sunil Sukathanka, who have received numerous national and international awards, including the Golden Lotus, a national award for the best feature film.
Time 5.30 pm to 8 pm
AT Dr Bhau Daji Lad Museum, Byculla East.
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