The Mumbai Minute: Plan your weekend in 60 seconds
Here's a roundup of all the events and activities happening around Mumbai that you can be a part of this weekend
Stop to look
Explore the beauty of wildlife photography at an exhibition that will showcase photography enthusiasts Kushe, Agastya and Advait Bahl's expedition across Pench, Tadoba, Gir, Kabini, Bera and Jhalana.
Time: 11 am to 7 pm
At: Artisans' Art Gallery, 52-56, Dr VB Gandhi Marg Fort, Kala Ghoda.
Call: 98201 45397
Time to jazz
Head to this concert featuring a fun French electronic music band, NoJazz, and have them get you ready for the weekend with their soulful music.
Time: 9 pm
At: The Quarter, Royal Opera House, Mathew Road, Girgaum.
COst: Rs 1,499 onwards
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Wear your thinking cap
Solve mysteries to bring out the Sherlock in you. All you have are five themed rooms, 60 minutes in hand and a number of codes that you need to crack.
Time: 12.30 pm to 9.30 pm
At: Escapology India, third floor, R City Mall, Ghatkopar West.
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Entry: Rs 1,280 for two
Stay beautiful, daily
Learn how to quickly fix your daily look and amp up your holiday closet while you attend the preview of Meraki, the spring summer '18 collection by Chandni Shah, which is inspired by Greek architecture.
Time: 4 pm to 8 pm
At: Toile, Samyakth Bliss Plot, Ram Krishna Nagar, Khar West.
Listen to a story
Travel back to 1921 as you listen to Sujata Massey read from her new book, A Murder on Malabar Hill, in the fifth edition of Grandma's Tales. While you're at it, have something to bite and sip on.
Time: 4 pm to 6 pm
At: Grandmama's Café, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel.
Art over the ages
Walk into a display of expressions on traditional art and craft such as Patan patola art, Benarasi work, wooden craft and more at an exhibition. You could also place an order if you like any of the items.
Time: 12 pm onwards
At Campion School, No 13, Cooperage Road, Fort.
Start your day with a motley collection of eco-friendly goodies at a farmers' market. While you shop, binge on the organic delicacies and attend workshops and discussions on ways to lead a healthy life.
Tiem: 10 am to 8 pm
At: The Vintage Garden, Bandra West.
Turn up the melody
Reminisce about ghazal maestro Jagjit Singh (inset) as artistes Suresh Wadkar, Talat Aziz, Rekha Bhardwaj, Deepak Pandit and Jazim Sharma bring before you a musical night of his celebrated works.
Time: 7 pm
At: Dublin Square, Phoenix Marketcity, Kurla West.
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Entry: Rs 590 onwards
Bring colours to life
Spend your evening by learning about the strokes, sketches and techniques of palette-knife painting with Bombay Drawing Room. Try the sandwiches and mocktails offered by the café while you paint your masterpiece.
Time: 4 pm to 6 pm
At: AKA Bistro, Fort.
Cost: Rs 1,850 (inclusive of art equipment and food)
Catch comedian Daniel Fernandez perform his special gig called Shadows, which is about the rollercoaster ride that his journey in comedy has been.
Time: 8 pm
At: Terna Auditorium, Nerul West.
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Cost: Rs 350 onwards
ongoing From chikan kurtas to ruffle dresses and pantsuits to jumpsuits, stock up your summer wardrobe at the pre-summer sale by designer Shehla Khan. Choose from a wide range of tropical tones such as mint green and candy pink, to bright hues such as burgundy and navy blue.
On: Till February 20
At: SNSâÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂfashions, Shreeji Plaza, Khar West.
Eat, watch, repeat
all days Tuck into a four-course spread of Asian delicacies and a mocktail for a month to celebrate the airing of seven new shows every night by a leading entertainment channel.
On: February 17 onwards
At: Mamagoto outlets in Mumbai.
Cost: Rs 777
fri and sat This restro-pub is giving you reasons to call for another round of shots. For any two shots, ranging from the humble tequila to the fancy flaming one, get the third one absolutely free. The same deal is applicable on imported drinks this Saturday. Bottoms up, we say!
Time: 6 pm onwards
At: All Slice of Lime outlets.
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