The weekend digest

Nov 01, 2018, 07:57 IST | The Guide Team

Top picks, cool finds, must-attend gigs. Here's how to make the most of your weekend

The weekend digest
Dance

Dance
United beats
Attend celebrations marking the 70th birth anniversary of late kathak dancer Pandit Durgalal. Pandit Nayan Ghosh, Pandit Yogesh Samsi, Abhimanyu and Vidha Lal and Chitra Sudhir Dalvi will be performing at the event.
On November 3, 6.30 pm onwards AT Kalaangan, Sangit Mahabharti, Juhu.
Call 9820304713
Free

Food

Food
Grub shub
Gorge on experimental Indian cuisine at an all-day bar and eatery that has just launched a new menu. Tuck into quirky dishes like aam papad paneer made with paneer and lotus stem. Or opt for wholesome portions such as the Kerala fish curry with turmeric rice.
Time 12 pm to 12 am
At Villa 12-A, Lotus Cinema Building, opposite Nehru Centre, Worli.
Call 24933321

Photography

Photography
Frames from Kutch
Attend an exhibition by Gujarat-based photographer Arjan N Rasadiya, showcasing the scenic region.
Till November 6, 11 am to 7 pm
At Jehangir Art Gallery, Fort.
Call 22843989

Fashion

Fashion
Runway ready
Running out of clothes to wear for the festive season? Head out to a sale presented by a menswear designer brand and choose from bandhgalas, sherwanis, and kurtas.
Till November 4 at Dstress House, Juhu.
Call 97696 47696


Travel
An enlightening getaway
Take a break from the chaos of city life by visiting Khanderi, an island nestled away 20km from Mumbai with a major fortifaction. Two forts, Khanderi and a sea fort Underi can be found here. You also get to explore one of Maharashtra’s oldest lighthouses, Kanhoji Angre Lighthouse.
On November 3
Time 7.30 am to 6.30 am meeting point Regal Cinema, Colaba.
Call 9768001973
Cost Rs 1,900

Comedy

Comedy
Laugh riot
Having a rough week? Join comedians Shreeja Chaturvedi, Shashwat Maheswari (in pic), and Masoom Rajwani, in a show hosted by Kashyap Swaroop as they attempt to cheer you up by the Powai lake.
On November 4, 7 pm to 9 pm
At The Square, Heera Panna shopping mall, Powai.
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Cost Rs 250

Music

Music
Percussion paradise
Shikhar Naad Qureshi bears testimony to a grandiose musical legacy. Hailing from a family of maestros, Qureshi is a percussionist. Tomorrow, listen in as he plays the djembe, bongo, and other assorted instruments.
On November 2, 9 pm onwards AT The Quarter, Royal Opera House, Mathew Road.
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Cost Rs 749

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