Weekly Planner: 17 things to do around Mumbai from July 22 To July 27
Sunday mid-day brings complete combo listings to make your weekend happy
Head for a comedy night
6.50 pm onwards: Hosted by Urjita Wani and a special act by Kunal Rao, Hooted1ce has come again to give you a dose of laughter. This comedy night will give a platform to upcoming artistes to share their jokes with everyone.
Where: The Matchbox Cowork, Andheri West
Entry: Rs 200
Log on: insider.in
Dedicate a day to yoga
8.30 am: Rustomjee will be hosting a special event in honour of this ancient and globally appreciated form of overall fitness called yoga. It is a perfect opportunity for those who are considering taking up yoga for their general fitness.
Where: Urban Farming Zone, Thane West
Log on: eventbrite.com
Head to a crafts exhibition
11 am: Antaran brings seminal changes in craft development. It is now presenting the Artisan Exhibit of handwoven textiles. The exhibit will showcase textiles created by artisans from Maniabandha in Odisha, Kamrup in Assam and Dimapur in Nagaland.
Where: North Lounge, World Trade Centre, Cuffe Parade
Participate in a quiz night
7 pm: With a whopper five-rounder quiz, in collaboration with Sula Vineyards, Ministry of New brings you a night filled with entertainment. With each round packing in 10 questions with multi-media clues, all you have to do is form your team of four quizards.
Where: Library, Ministry of New, Fort
Entry: Rs 499
Log on: insider.in
Attend a book launch
6.30 pm onwards: Guru Sutra is set to launch its fourth book, The World's First Ballad. You will get to experience a poetic expression through this book that is based on spirituality. It is said to be a visual treat where emotions and experience collide.
Where: Gallery Le Sutra, Khar West
Go rockin' and rollin'
9.30 pm onwards: Spend your weekend by catching the Prograoch at The Finch. The band will pay a tribute to the iconic progressive rock band Porcupine Tree.
Where: The Finch, Andheri East
Entry: Rs 499
Discuss books, translations
4 PM: For those who enjoy translations, Twice-told is holding a discussion with Ashwani Kumar, co-founder of Indian Novels Collective. Kumar, who is also a poet, author, policy researcher and professor at TISS, will discuss why translations from Indian language literature are so important today.
Where: CoWrks, Worli Birla Centurion, Pandurang Budhkar Marg, Worli
To book: 8880000218
View what is perfect
11 AM: Enjoy Aniruddh Mehta's first solo exhibition, Perfect. The artist, who works with acrylic, aims to highlight the need of perfection in every human being and show different perspectives through abstract expressionism.
Where: The Method Art Space, Nagindas Master Road, Kala Ghoda, Fort,
To book: themethod.in
Read a human being
3 PM – 6 PM: This weekend, focus on personal connections at Pages of My Life, which is based on the Human Library movement. The gathering will allow you to engage with three special storytellers, seated in three different corners ready to strike a conversation and answer all the questions and forge new bonds.
Where: 15, Navpada, Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport area, Vile Parle
Entry: Rs 550
To book: in.playace.co
Be a judge
5 PM & 8 PM: Enjoy a play inspired by a real-life incident, where two police officers handed a child to a serial killer. Drift Apart explores the event and makes the audience play judge.
Where: Experimental Theatre: NCPA, Nariman Point
Entry: Rs 500
To book: in.bookmyshow.com
Binge on travel stories
4 PM - 6 PM: Spend your evening listening to travellers, who will share stories from their travel diaries. The event is ideal if you love travelling, and will help you plan your next big adventure.
Where: Khar Social, Rohan Plaza, Khar West
Visit a museum
11 AM — 6 PM: Witness an interactive people's museum that will include items that people brought with them when they first arrived in Mumbai. You can touch, smell and feel these ordinary objects forming a connection with the unknown owner and can even barter and take a few back home.
Where: Harkat Studios, Bungalow No, 94, Andheri West
Grab a coffee
6 PM: Enjoy a date with your loved one, over Indonesian coffee. Wake Cup Coffee and eatery has just launched a new menu for coffee lovers, which is also
pocket-friendly, making it a perfect for a rainy weekend.
Where: Wake Cup Coffee & Eatery, High Street Pheonix, Lower Parel
Design your own mugs
12 PM – 2 PM: Be part of a workshop, which will offer a step-by-step guide to mandala painting on ceramic mugs. The session will be led by artist Trushi Shah, who will also discuss why the art form is therapeutic.
Where: Doolally Taproom, Khar
Entry: Rs 1,500 without alcohol
To book: eventshigh.com
Hone your photography skills
5 PM and 8 PM: Be part of a workshop that will introduce you to advance level photography. You will learn advanced aesthetics, visual literacy, making panoramas and HDRs.
Where: 91 springboard 74 Techno Park, Andheri East
Entry: Rs 4,500
To book: in.eventshigh.com
Revisit Linkin Park's best
9:30 PM: This one is for fans of Linkin Park. Anthracite, a Mumbai-based band that has performed over 40 tribute shows on the American rock band,
will take you down the memory lane, as they belt out some of their most popular numbers.
Where: The Stables, Peninsula Redpine Hotel, Marol
Entry: Rs 499
To book: insider.in
Run for a cause
5.30 AM: Hit the track early with a 15 and 21 km run organised by Mira Bhayandar Runners (MBR). The run will begin at Mira Road station and end at Gorai beach. The event has been organised to create awareness about PM Narendra Modi's 'save water' campaign.
Meeting point: Arfat Hotel, Mira Road
Entry: Rs 75
To register: facebook.com/MiraBhayandarRunners
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