The weekend digest: Comedy, football and gift options for Valentine's Day

Updated: Feb 07, 2019, 16:16 IST | The Guide Team

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The weekend digest: Comedy, football and gift options for Valentine's Day

Comedy
A laugh riot with Mr India 
Abijit Ganguly's country-wide connection is implicit in his gamut of jokes that range from political ones to those about dating a Gujarati. Allow him to leave you in splits at this live gig.
ON: February 7, 8.30 pm
AT: MRP - My Regular Place, Dharamputra, Pritam Estate, Dadar East.
LOG ON TO: bookmyshow.com
COST: Rs 499

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Pop-up
Gift-wrapped love
V-Day gifting giving you anxiety? Head to this special pop-up featuring a myriad of options from cupcake bouquets to jewellery.
ON: February 9, 4 pm to 8 pm
AT: Labels of Love, Patel Building, Santacruz West.
CALL: 26480800

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Football
Winners, keepers
This Sunday, in the match between Manchester City and Chelsea, the stakes are high. Head for this screening with your football buddies and watch Gonzalo Higuaín and Sergio Aguero - both tremendous strikers - battle it out. 
ON: February 10, 9 pm
AT: The Stables, Marol, Andheri East.
LOG ON TO: insider.in
COST: Rs 400

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Festival
Moving with the dancers
Attend the Pandit Durgalal festival of dance and music to watch Indian classical dancers including Geeta Chandran (in pic) perform.
ON: February 8 and 9, 6.30 pm
AT: Kalaangan Amphitheatre, Juhu.
CALL: 9819387077
COST: Rs 300 (per day)

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Food and drinks
A culinary tour of Asia
Tuck into exciting dishes at this Chinese New Year special menu where you can try out preparations like fortune Singapore chilly crab, golden roasted garlic chicken and bun.
TILL: February 10, 12 pm to 4 pm and 7 pm to 1 am
AT: KOKO, Kamala Mills Compound, Lower Parel.
CALL: 7715963030

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Poetry
From prose to poetry
Engage with thoughts on love and modern-day rhetoric etched in the poetry of Shivangi Tewari, a Hindustani poetess, storyteller and a lyricist, at the Dastan-Ae-Maaya show. 
ON: February 9, 5 pm onwards
AT: The Cuckoo Club, Pali Hill Road, next to Candies, Bandra West.
CALL: 9619962969
LOG ON TO: insider.in
ENTRY: Rs 200

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Education
Studying abroad
Attend the Study UK Fair by the British Council to get the low-down on studying abroad, educational opportunities and scholarships. It will also feature discussions and the chance to interact with delegates from several UK-based institutions.
ON: February 8, 11am to 4pm
AT: The St Regis, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel.
CALL: 67486724

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