Mumbai minute: Plan your weekend in 60 seconds

Sep 29, 2017, 09:40 IST | The Guide Team

Here's a roundup of all the events and activities happening around Mumbai that you can be a part of this weekend

Go heart healthy
On World Heart Day, give your heart the care it deserves with a fun dance fitness workshop that also includes an interactive session with a heart specialist and dietician.
TIME: 11.30 am to 1 pm
AT: Syybol - The Integral Space, opposite Phoenix Mills, Lower Parel.
RSVP: 9930009218 (on WhatsApp)

Dip into nostalgia
Take a trip down memory lane with a retro disco-themed night, featuring classic albums and songs. The evening also includes offers on a range of whisky, vodka and beer brands.
TIME: 8.30 pm onwards
AT: The Little Door. opposite Citi Mall, off New Link Road, Andheri West.
CALL: 9899928776

Witness the blues
Check out Pune-based artist Balasaheb Abhang's recent works at an exhibition titled Abstract Highs in Blue Scale, which feature the tonal value of the sky in myriad shades of blue. Abhang is also exhibiting paintings by the deaf and mute students of a school in Karad.
TIME: 11 am to 7 pm
AT: Jehangir Art Gallery, MG Road, Kala Ghoda.
CALL: 22843989

ROFL with Vir Das
Get your dose of laughter at Vir Das's popular show, Boarding Das. After touring the US, Canada and several parts of Europe, the act is making its way to India, starting with performances in Mumbai.
TIME: 8 pm
AT: Fine Arts Society (Sivaswamy Auditorium), Chembur.
ENTRY: 500 onwards

Eat for a cause
Attend a Koli food fest organised by students of St Andrew's Educational Foundation, which provides education and empowerment to those who come from a financially weak background. Proceeds will go to the education and betterment of facilities for these students.
TIME: 3 pm to 9 pm
AT: St Andrew's Turf Park, St Dominic Road, Bandra West.
CALL: 7506901999

Groove to Ukrainian beats
Sway to house and electro beats as Ukrainian artist and DJ Liz Brown spins her signature tunes at this after party. Brown, who has toured Sri Lanka, Nepal and Indian cities like Bengaluru, Jaipur and Delhi, has more genres to offer including Bollywood, hip-hop, trap, deep house, tech house, tropical house, and progressive house.
TIME: 10 pm onwards
AT: 1Above, Kamala Mills, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel.
CALL: 7700064111
ENTRY: Rs 2,000

Soak in classical notes
Begin your day with a theme-based concert on the different ragas under Bilawal Thaat. Veteran vocalist Pandit Kedar Bodas (in pic) from the Gwalior and Bhendibazaar gharanas will serenade listeners, while Dattatray Bhave (tabla) and Sangeet Mishra (sarangi) will accompany him.
TIME: 9.30 am onwards
AT: Sahayog Mandir, second floor, Ghantali, Thane (West).

For a Victorian brekkie
Tuck into a Victorian-inspired breakfast featuring Ricotta and Honey Sandwich, BHC Bread Basket, Sunrise Breakfast Tray, Classic Eggs Florentine, Mushroom and Asparagus Omelette among other options. The dishes are filling and easy on the pocket too.
TIME: 8 am onwards
AT: Bake House Cafe, Kala Ghoda.
CALL: 33951601

Learn from experts
Attend a dance workshop by popular dance crew Desi Hoppers. Led by TV star Shantanu Maheshwari, the crew won the world dance championship 2015, and were special performers on a Hollywood reality show.
ON: Today and tomorrow
TIME: 4 pm to 5.30 pm AT Taj Lands End. Bandstand, Bandra West.
CALL: 66681234
COST: Rs 2,000

Watch Marathi movies
Catch the best of contemporary Marathi cinema at the Nave Valan Marathi Film Festival. The line-up includes Ventilator, Ringan, Muramba, Lapachhapi, Vazandar, Manjha and Doctor Rakhmabai.
TILL: October 6.30 pm (except today; 3 pm)
AT: Little Theatre, NCPA.
CALL: 22824567

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