This weekend in Mumbai is all about stand-up and open mic
Attend the 10th edition of Dirty Talk organised by Gaysi Family in collaboration with Quebec Consulate. The open mic aims to unravel stories about our cities, intersecting with memories and experiences of the queer
Queer and the city
Attend the 10th edition of Dirty Talk organised by Gaysi Family in collaboration with Quebec Consulate. The open mic aims to unravel stories about our cities, intersecting with memories and experiences of the queer. The line-up includes General Zooz, founding member of the Delhi-based group Reggae Rajahs; leading comedian Vasu Primlani; theatre actor-director Faezeh Jalali and singer Aishwarya Suresh. "We invited Faezeh and Vasu because their work is located in diverse intersections of class, religion, caste, gender and age," says a senior member of Gaysi.
On November 25, 5 pm to 9 pm At Zoobar, Vile Parle West. Log on to instamojo.com Entry '500
Gags over heartbreak
"No one realises that when you break up with a person, you have to break up with the entire family," chuckles stand-up comedian Jeeya Sethi, who is set to host a break-up-themed showcase presented by Come Ladder. The edition features an array of women comics, who will relive funny experiences from their past relationships and offer a refreshing female gaze on the subject. Watch out for theatre actor-comedian Sumukhi Sureshi, Neha Bobde, Dwijal Mehta, Agrima Joshua and Unnati Marfatia. Abbas Momin and Anurag Parab will be joining the gang.
On November 26, 8 pm
At The Integral Space, opposite Palladium Mall, Lower Parel.
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A walk through Mohammed Ali Road's Khau Galli