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Mid-Day Mumbai Guide: Make the most of Thursday to Sunday

Updated on: 20 June,2024 09:17 AM IST  |  Mumbai
Devashish Kamble , Priyanka Gohil |

If you're looking for activities to do this weekend, here's a line-up that is sure to keep you busy

Mid-Day Mumbai Guide: Make the most of Thursday to Sunday

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Mid-Day Mumbai Guide: Make the most of Thursday to Sunday


Meet the sweets
Kids: Enter the world of candy with sculptures and colourful cane arches along with a kaleidoscope of candies from around the world. Children can immerse themselves in interactive workshops, treasure hunts, games, activities and more.
TIME  12 pm to 9 pm  
AT Phoenix Marketcity, Lal Bahadur Shastri Marg, Kurla West. 
COST Rs 499 onwards


Get printing

Get printing
Workshop: Explore the historic photographic process of cyanotype printing and create stunning blue and white images using sunlight.  
TIME 10 am to 4 pm
AT Print Adda, Nine Fish Art Gallery, Byculla East. LOG ON TO 
COST Rs 1,100


A spider of the Hasarius Mumbai species. Pic Courtesy/Aakash Madgut  A spider of the Hasarius Mumbai species. Pic Courtesy/Aakash Madgut  

Step into the wild
Nature: Spend an afternoon spotting spiders, butterflies, grasshoppers, and moths at this macro fauna walk in the Nagla Block region of the Sanjay Gandhi National Park. This monsoon trail welcomes novices and experts alike.
TIME 4.30 pm 
MEETING POINT Main Gate, SGNP, Yeoor, Thane West. 
CALL 8591382079
ENTRY Rs 350

Pics Courtesy/InstagramPics Courtesy/Instagram

Play for love
Theatre How far can you go for love? The Shape of Things delves into the complex ethics and boundaries within art and relationships. Witness the examination of the blurred line between creation and manipulation.
TIME 7.30 pm '
AT Veda Kunba Theatre, Andheri West. 
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COST Rs 350 onwards


All things meat

All things meat
Food: Build an appetite for a meat carnival. City-based chefs Christopher Fernandes and Delzad Avari are debuting a new sandwich menu that includes a mega pastrami sandwich (above), dhansakwich, smoked Cubano, and more. 
LOG ON TO @chef_delz (to place an order)

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