Secret headphone party, Mud Rush: 15 fun things to do in Mumbai this weekend

  • Compiled by Dhwani Patel, Hindustan Times, Mumbai
  • Updated: Sep 23, 2016 14:17 IST

23rd September

1) The Butler Did It

This play, which is part of the YouTheatre festival, pays homage to the crime novels of Agatha Christie. Starring Aditya Hitkari, Divya Palat and Michael Nazareth, the play is a mix of sarcasm, comedy and intrigue.

Where: Experimental Theatre, NCPA, Nariman Point

Call: 2282 4567

Price: Rs 500

When: 8pm

2) Italian food festival

Savour a range of Italian dishes including pesto calabrese from Calabria, pesto genovese from Genoa, and pesto rosso from Piedmont.

Where: Foodhall, Palladium, High Street Phoenix, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel

Call: 90041 06341

Price: Rs 200 onward

When: 11am onward

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3) Street food festival

Craving street food? Choose from paneer chilli dry, aloo anardana tikki, subj potli samosa and hara bhara kebab, among other dishes.

Where: The Bayview, Hotel Marine Plaza, Marine Drive

Call: 2285 1212

Price: Rs 2,500 onwards

When: 7pm onward

4) Custom-made pizzas

Select from ingredients such as onion, tomato, garlic, mushroom and pineapple to make your own custom pizza.

Where: The Playlist Pizza, Gloria Apartments, St Baptist Road, near Mount Mary Steps, Bandra (W)

Call: 6555 4151

Price: Rs 1,000 onward

When: 12pm onward

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5) From farm to fork

Kickstart your mornings with fresh farm delicacies that include buttermilk waffles and breakfast pizza.

Where: Farmer & Son’s, Apollo Street, Bombay Samachar Marg, Kala Ghoda, Fort

Call: 2262 4466

Price: Rs 2,000 onward

6) Pukhtan-E-Jyran

Relish delicacies that originated in the Awadh region of India. The menu includes kebabs, biryanis, tikkas and desserts.

Where: Sofitel Mumbai BKC, Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra (E)

Call: 6117 5000

When: 12pm onward

7) Woman, Thou a Mystery

Explore various moods and sentiments of women in different environments, through art by Vishal Sabley.

Where: Trident Art Walk Gallery, Hotel Trident’s Shopping Arcade, Nariman Point

Call: 90043 20137

Entry : Free

When: 10am onwards

8) Design for Dignity

This Swedish design exhibition showcases products for individuals with special needs. Also on display is a photo exhibition, titled AccessAbility, featuring heartwarming stories of differently-abled Swedish and Indian individuals.

Where: LN Welingkar Institute, Lakhamshi Napoo Road, Matunga (Central)

Call: 2419 8300

Entry: Free

When: 11am to 4pm

An artwork by Sunil Das as part of The Bengal Train

9) The Bengal Train

This exhibition showcases works by 100 artists from West Bengal. The artwork, made using charcoal and watercolour, depicts iconic monuments and day-to-day life in West Bengal.

Where: The Art Hub, Atria Mall, opposite Poonam Chambers, Dr AB Road, Worli

Call: 6625 1333

Entry: Free

When: 11am onward

24th September

10) The Secret Headphone Party

Six DJs will play various genres like psy trance, trap and deep house. Party-goers will be given a pair of headphones. At this silent secret headphone party, you choose your music.

Where: Aqaba, Peninsula Business Park, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel

Call: 6151 2222

Price: Rs 1,000

When: 8pm onward

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11) Weaving Tales

Children can participate in this challenge which helps hone their senses. The session conducted by award-winning author Natasha Sharma ends with writing a piece on the overall experience.

Where: Dr Bhau Daji Lad Museum, Rani Baug, Veer Mata Jijabai Bhonsle Udyan, Byculla (E)

Call: 2373 1234

Price: Rs 500

When: 10.30am onward

Participants during the last edition of The Mud Rush

12) The Mud Rush

Get ready to test your physical and mental strength as The Mud Rush comes to Mumbai. Music and hot chai await you at the finishing line.

Where: Film City, inside Dadasaheb Phalke Chitranagri main gate, Goregaon (E)

Call: 2840 1533

Price: Rs 500 onward

When: 6am

25th September

A still from Extremities

13) Extremities

This psychological drama revolves around Marjorie, a young woman who is attacked at home. She manages to catch the intruder and tie him up. By now, her two roommates arrive; while one of them (a rape victim) wants her to take law in her own hands, the other roommate insists on calling the police.

Where: The Hive, Huma Mansion, Chuim Village Road, Khar (W)

Call: 96199 62969

Price: Rs 150 onward

When: 8pm

14) An enchanted tale of Jack and the Beanstalk

Enjoy this classic, retold in a Broadway style musical, with your kids. It features foot-tapping music and dance.

Where: Experimental Theatre, NCPA, Nariman Point

Call: 2282 4567

Price: Rs 750

When: 12pm onward

15) Kitchens of Kumortuli

Feast on a meal that is prepared during the festive season in Kumortuli (Kolkata) with recipes by home chef Priyadarshini Gupta. Think bhaja muger dal, chaanar dalna, and labra.

Where: TGFC Kitchen Dining, Versova, Andheri (W)

Call: 8879922831

Price: Rs 999

When: 12.30pm to 2.30pm

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