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Music, art exhibition to stand-up comedy: A list of events to attend in Mumbai

Updated on: 07 January,2024 08:12 AM IST  |  Mumbai
Bhoomika Singh , Gautam S Mengle |

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Music, art exhibition to stand-up comedy: A list of events to attend in Mumbai

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Meri awaaz hi pehchaan hai

Experience the original art of classical music with the legend herself. Using no electric instruments, Hindustani classical singer and Thumri exponent Indrani Mukherjee brings you a baithak that has only vocals, tabla and harmonium, The baithak will begin with morning ragas performed by various artistes. A must-attend if you love Hindustani Classical Music or wish to learn more about it.
When:  21 January, 7.30 AM
Where: Prithvi Theatre, Juhu
Price: Rs 300 Onwards
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Life & times of Sardar Bhagat Singh

Gagan Damama Bajyo, a musical, explores the undiscovered parts of Bhagat Singh’s life. It shows him as a friend, a son, a lover and as an intellectual, who found himself unable to sit back in a country fighting for its freedom from oppression, in the aftermath of the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre and its repercussions. The music and composition by Piyush Mishra will transport you to pre-Independence India. 
When: January 18, 7.30 PM
Where: St Andrews 
Auditorium, Bandra
Price: Rs 499 onwards
To book:

Gaon ka ek kavi

Shubham Shyam brings a small piece of his heart to his audience with Gaon, Shahar aur Mai. It is the journey of a poet who comes to his dream city, Mumbai, from a small town in Bihar, and how he tries to settle and understand the nuances of a big city. Shubham’s poetry is filled with laughter, heartbreaks, failures and love.  Witness the stories behind his soulful poetry that will leave you with constant smile on your face as his poems touch your heart and soul.
When: 14 January, 4 PM
Where: The Habitat, Khar
Price: Rs 350 onwards
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Finally, some good political satire

Nothing Makes Sense by Varun Grover is being hailed as one of the funniest comedy satirical stand-up performances across country. It sets around the political environment of the world with a mix of Varun’s personal and fun stories. The observations are on point.
When: 19-28 January
Where: NCPA Nariman Point, Sophia Auditorium Breach Candy, 7.30 PM
Price: Rs 799 Onwards.
To book:

Straight from the American Art Movement

For the first time in Mumbai, the Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre brings to the city Pop-Fame, Love and Power, an Art Exhibition with artistes like Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein and many more. Witness the iconic work of these globally renowned artists in Mumbai, It captures the essence of human connection through the changing cultural and political boundaries, it gives you perspective. For the love of Art, this is once in a lifetime Exhibition.
When: Till 31 January, 11 AM onwards 
Where: Art House, Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre, BKC
Price: Rs 500 onwards
To Book:

Meet a person with a skill you can use

Tanvi Mallya, 34
Neuro-psychologist (MSc, UK)
AVAILABLE FOR: Providing at-home and virtual mental health care services to senior citizens,  their families and caregivers all over the country
Charges: Rs 1,700 onwards

Tanvi Mallya’s organisation, ElderCare, aims to bridge the gap when it comes to mental health support for the elderly. “As Indians,” says Mallya, “we think of mental health support as luxury. Ageing brings with it its own unique challenges, such as loneliness, transitions, retirement, a diminishing sense of purpose and view of self. These concerns are often overlooked under the garb of physical complaints, lack of awareness and the stigma this generation attaches to mental health. We wanted to fill that gap,” she says.

Eldercare’s psychologists visit the elderly at their homes, supporting them through the changing landscape of their emotions, reaqcuainting them with activities and hobbies they can still enjoy and working on improving on their emotional well-being and brain health. “We also counsel their families and caregivers, familiarising them with the changing emotional needs of their older adults, psycho-educating them and supplying them with resources to this end,” says Mallya.

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