Mumbai weekend calendar: April 29 to May 1

  • Compiled by Ondrilla Gupta, Hindustan Times, Mumbai
  • Updated: Apr 29, 2016 15:15 IST
Go for a tour to Elephanta Caves this weekend.

IPL Screenings

>> Unlimited Drinks - Enjoy unlimited Asian cocktails such as Long Island green tea, Chinese Mary, Thai mojito and unlimited beer as you catch a live screening of an IPL match. Predict the winner and win a beer on the house.

Where: Asia Bar, Phoenix Market City, Parel

Call: 6050 8082

Price: Rs799 onward

When: 3pm to 12am

Unlimited Drinks

>> Drink Away - Enjoy classic cocktail such as cosmopolitan, mint julep and sangria among others. Gorge on innovative burgers, signature pizzas, pastas and much more.

Where: Bonobo, Kenilworth Mall, Off Linking Road, Bandra (W)

Call: 2605 5050

Price: Rs650 onwards

When: 6.30pm to 1am

Drink Away

>> Eat. Play. Cheer - Catch an IPL special revised menu that includes appetisers, burgers, pizzas, beer and vodka mixes.

Where: Smaaash, Kamala Mills Compound, Lower Parel

Call: 4914 3143

Price: Rs1,000 per person

When: 12.30pm

Eat. Play. Cheer .


Dance: Sindhu: Celebrating Dance - Experience the beauty of Indian classical dance with two performances: a solo kathak recital by dancer Aditi Mangaldas, a noted choreographer; and a Bharatnatyam recital by Vaibhav Arekar, a young exponent of the dance form. His choreography will depict the spiritual journey of Saint Namdev.

Where: Tata Theatre, NCPA, Nariman Point

Call: 6622 3737

Tickets: Rs200 onward

When: 6.30pm

Vaibhav Arekar.

Comedy: Badvertising - Enjoy your weekend with a stand-up sketch special which depicts everything that is wrong with the world of advertising. Media and marketing professionals such as Andy Reghu and Punit Pania will roast advertisements and spill secrets about the same.

Where: Canvas Laugh Club, High Street Phoenix, Lower Parel

Call: 90046 03115

Tickets: Rs450 onward

When: 10.30pm

Punit Pania .

Photography: Photographs of 1900s - Dinodia Photo Gallery completes 30 years this weekend. To mark the occasion, an exhibition has been organised, which will display photographs from the 1900s.

Where: Dinodia Photo Gallery, opp INOX, Nariman Point

Call: 2204 4016

Entry: Free

When: 11am to 6pm

Esplanad Band stand Bombay


Theatre: Hazaaron Khwaab Roshan Hai - Catch a play that highlights the social issues the youth of India struggle with. From addiction to the internet, molestation to peer pressure, the play will discuss the severity of teenage stress by depicting the lives of three youngsters. The play will be staged as part of Ananda Hindi Natya Utsav, an annual Hindi theatre festival.

Where: Godrej Dance Theatre, NCPA, Nariman Point

Call: 6622 3737

Entry: Rs 200

When: 5pm

Music: Anant Gatha - Enjoy an evening of Indian classical music with maestro Pt Anindo Chatterjee, an eminent table player. The show will walk the audience through the different ragas in Hindustani music.

Where: Nehru Centre, Annie Besant Road, Worli

Call: 2496 4676

Tickets: Rs300 onward

When: 7pm

Pt Anindo Chatterjee.

Food and drinks: Rajasthani Pop-Up Dinner - Treat yourself to a spicy Rajasthani menu that includes Jodhpuri mirchi, rassedaar gatta and laal maas. The pop-up is arranged by chef Niyati Singh Rathore.

Where: Arogo, off Yari road, Versova

Call: 97696 11309

Price: Rs700 onward

When: 7.30pm

Rajasthani Pop-Up Dinner


Travel: Mumbai Sailing Tour - Explore the Arabian sea, catch anecdotes about the harbour-city of Mumbai, the Elephanta Caves and other places surrounding the city, this weekend.

Where: Jetty no 5, Apollo Bunder Road, Opp to Taj Mahal Hotel, Colaba

Call: 97691 87580

Tickets: Rs1,500 onward

When: 4pm

Mumbai Sailing Tour

Wellness: Sundown Fitness - A premiering sundown fitness project, participants can indulge in various workout sessions in one go. Experience masala bhangra, bokwa and zumba among other forums.

Where: Copa, Lanna Building, 13th Road, Juhu

Call: 94202 66209

Entry: Rs500 onward

When: 6pm onward

Sundown Fitness

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