Mumbai Guide: The weekend digest
Watch the fusion of contemporary Indian dance with Polish styles as Ashley Lobo's dance company, Navdhara India Dance Theatre, collaborates with Polish company Zawirowania Dance Theatre for a five-piece performance titled The Crossing
An Indo-Polish treat
Watch the fusion of contemporary Indian dance with Polish styles as Ashley Lobo's dance company, Navdhara India Dance Theatre, collaborates with Polish company Zawirowania Dance Theatre for a five-piece performance titled The Crossing.
On 9 November 17, 7 pm to 8 pm
At Royal Opera House, Girgaum.
Cost Rs 300 onwards
Good for your gut
Discover the delights of pickling and fermentation with a new food and beverage menu at a BKC eatery, which also includes the added benefit of items that improve your gut health. Choose from locally sourced ingredients used to curate house-made ferments and pickles like kimchi, sauerkraut, dill, mustards, sauces and dips.
Time 12 pm to 3.30 pm; 7 pm to 12.30 am (ongoing)
At Toast & Tonic, BKC, Bandra East.
Cost Rs 3,000 (children below 18 years of age are only permitted for lunch)
Laugh out loud
Get a dose of raw comedy talent as three stand-up comedians — Raunaq Rajani, Chinmay Mhatre and Saurav Mehta — make you laugh at their unfiltered humour.
On November 17, 8 pm to 10 pm
At The Square, Powai.
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Cost Rs 200
Make a block buster
Learn the art of block printing at a workshop organised by HOBBY in a BOX. Each colour pattern will be stamped individually onto the fabric as you will learn how human irregularities create the artistic effect symbolic of block prints.
On November 17, 11.30 am to 2.30 pm
At Doolally Taproom, Khar West.
Cost Rs 1,999
Listen to the blues
Groove to tunes by blues-rock band Kanchan Daniel and The Beards, formed with the sole aim to bring the house down with some hip-shaking, blues-wielding moves. Comprising Kanchan Daniel, Kush Upadhyay, Mukesh Lobo, Anand Kamath and Varoon Aiyer, the band boasts of a blues core with R&B, funk and psychedelic influences.
At November 15, 9pm onwards
At The Quarter, Opera House, Girgaum
Cost Rs 749 onwards
Set off camping
Indulge in a unique break at Moonstone Hammock's third edition of While Nights, to spend the night in tents floating over water. While the weekday camping activities include watching a movie under the stars and a barbecue session, weekend activities include kayaking.
On November 17
At Moonstone Hammock Camping Grounds, Karjat.
Cost Rs 2,490 onwards on weekdays; Rs 2,890 onwards on weekends
Switch on the drama
Catch the second edition of Antarang, an anthology of Hindi plays — Mugalatein and Papa, Elsewhere — curated by actor Saurabh Sachdeva.
on November 16, 7 pm and 9 pm
At The Castiko Space, Bungalow 121, Aaram Nagar II, Andheri West.
Cost Rs 150 (7 pm) and Rs 200 (9 pm)
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