Mumbai weekend calender: March 11 to 13
The best of weekend events in MumbaiUpdated: Mar 10, 2016, 18:59 IST
FRIDAY, MARCH 11
T20 World Cup: Dining Package: Cheer for your favourite team as you gorge on food and unlimited beer. The matches will be screened live, in two slots, while you sample a host of starters (vegetarian and non-vegetarian). On till April 3.
Venue: The Earth Plate, Hotel Sahara Star, Airport Road, Opp. Domestic Airport, Vile Parle (E)
Call: 3980 7444
Price: Rs 1,800 onward
When: 3pm and 8pm match slots
Food and drinks: La Folie Lab Special Menu - A specially curated five-course menu created by Chef Sanjana Patel and Chef Bhakti Mehta is an ode to womanhood. It features dishes such as a cake-inspired salad and a traditional Italian dessert presented as an appetiser, among others. Part of the proceeds from the event will go to a non-profit group that promotes women entrepreneurship
Venue: La Folie Lab, Libra Tower, Hill Road, Bandra (W)
Call: 98201 34934
Price: Rs 325 onward
When: 12pm to 12am
Travel:Movie under the Stars - A perfect start to your weekend, this event gives you a chance to watch a Roshomon — an Akira Kurosawa classic — in the open. A naturally sculpted rock face serves as the amphitheatre where you can enjoy live performances and cinema. The campsite also features hammocks, books, board games, bonfires and barbecues.
Venue: Uttan Village, Chowk Via, Dongri, Bhayandar (W)
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Price: Rs 2,500 per person
When: 3pm onward
SATURDAY, MARCH 12
Theatre: Kabir Café - Actors Neeraj Arya and Viren Solanki come together for a contemporary expression of Kabir’s poetry. The performance will see an infusion of western instruments and Indian folk music to create a unique presentation.
Venue: Turf Club, Mahalaxmi Race Course, Tardeo
Call: 2640 1919
Music:Teen Prahar - Spend the evening listening to Hindustani melodies by veteran classical artists. The show will feature the likes of Ustad Shujaat Khan, Hariharan, Taal India and Young Blossoms.
Venue: St Andrews Auditorium, St Dominic Road, Bandra (W)
Call: 2640 1657
Price: Rs 300 onward
Art: The Lankan Vista - Artist Asaj Sampath Perera’s presents her collection on Sri Lanka’s lush panorama on canvas. The paintings showcased in the exhibition explore abstract landscapes, Sri Lankan wildlife, the people and the bylanes of the tropical island country.
Venue: Art Desh Gallery, White House Annexe, Walkeshwar
Call: 2369 2860
When: 11am to 7pm
SUNDAY, MARCH 13
Health: Wellness Festival - Start your Sunday on a healthy note with celebrity pilates instructor Namrata Purohit and Samir Purohit. Other wellness activities on the list include belly dance workout, Yogalates with Anshuka Parwani, capoeira and tai chi. Also enjoy a flea market with nutritious goodies and skincare products.
Venue: Aqaba Lawns, Peninsula Business Park, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel
Call: 6151 2222
When: 8am to 10pm
Food and drinks: JW Café Brunch - Enjoy a hearty brunch that includes Indian, Japanese, Thai, and Continental cuisines. Delicacies include Andhra fish curry, malai broccoli, and an array of pizzas.
Venue: JW Café, JW Marriott Mumbai Sahar, Andheri (W)
Call: 2853 8656
Price: Rs 2,250 onward
When: 12.30pm to 3.30pm
Art: Pratibimb - Featuring an assortment of techniques, this collection of paintings by Mumbai-based artist Mahesh Karambele draws inspiration from real life scenarios. The artist captures cityscapes, and the organised chaos that constitutes the essence of Mumbai. On till March 14.
Venue: Nehru Centre Art Gallery, Dr Annie Besant Rd, Worli
Call: 98674 78907
When: 11am to 7pm
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