Events

From MMA fight nights to stand up comedy, we scout out the best of what’s happening in Mumbai.

Catch A Screened Play With CinePlay
Friday, 19 September 2014 16:21



What: Cineplay, video screenings of theatre performances, see their website here, Facebook page here

Why: So that awesome play came to town last week and you missed it? Join the club.

Bridging the gap between people who would like to make it to theatre performances and those who actually do is CinePlay, started by media and film experts, Subodh Maskara and Nandita Das. By shooting theatrical plays for video screenings across the country, and releasing slick trailers for each, CinePlay is attempting to break the limitations of geography, language and accessibility that come with the medium. Says Subodh, “It just simply started as a cost effective way to reach a global audience.”

When: Now. S(t)age advice, this.

 
Event Roundup: Sep 19-21
Friday, 19 September 2014 10:19



Sep 19: Celebrate the spirit of Mexico at Hard Rock Café with a Mexican Fiesta all this month with special cocktails blended with Tequila, a special drinks menu and yummy Mexican food! Sharyans Audeus, ground Floor, diagonally opp. Yashraj Studios, Fun Republic Cinema Lane, Andheri (W).

Sep 19-23: This weekend, head over to Worli for the Nehru Centre’s 8th Theatre Festival that will showcase classical theatre from as far back as the 7th century! See ticket details here.

Sep 19-24: Dine with Art as LPQ Colaba turns into an art space, with the works of Jaya Lamba. Plus, there’s a special 4-course set menu available for Rs 1,000 +taxes. Le Pain Quotidien, Appollo Bunder, Colaba. See their Facebook page here.

Sep 19-26: Bringing together a stellar list of classical dancers and choreographers, the sixth year of the Nakshatra Dance Festival at the NCPA will showcase traditional dance forms, as well as host workshops around related topics. See here for ticket details.

Sep 20: This Saturday head to Indigo Colaba for #RewINDIGO!  DJ Jack will be spinning everything from the 70's through to the 90's. Groove to the sounds by Queen, ABBA, Billy Joel, Bruce Springsteen, KC and The Sunshine Band and others.Indigo, 4, Mandlik Road, Colaba, call 66368999.

Sep 20: Go ‘Downtown Grunge’ this Saturday at The White Owl with DJ La Rossa a.k.a. Yash Pariani taking over the consolewith a selection of electronic beats. The White Owl, One Indiabulls Centre, Tower 2-B Lobby, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel (W), entry strictly by guest list. For reservations, call 9920324487 or email  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Sep 21: Head over to Boveda this Sunday and catch The Big Sunday Chill featuring Lynston  + Kalee +Orbs and Zen with their mad mixes of tech house music. Boveda, G04, Morya Landmark One, off New Link Road, near Infiniti Mall, Andheri (W) Call 67080858, Entry: Free, 6 pm onwards.

Sep 21: Catch The Last Parsi, stand up comedy by Danesh Irani at NCPA, Nariman Point, NCPA Marg, 7 pm onwards, tickets at Rs 300-1,000.


 
Do This Weekend: Nakshatra Dance Festival
Thursday, 18 September 2014 10:11

 

Crowded club + blaring music =natya cup of tea?

We suggest doing this instead over the weekend:

Bringing together a stellar list of classical dancers and choreographers,  the sixth year of the Nakshatra Dance Festival at the NCPA will showcase traditional dance forms, as well as host workshops around related topics.

Catch Sharmila Biswas and the OVM Ensemble perform Chaturvidh, a story of the unattainable (we’re thinking of you); a two-day workshop by stalwart CV Chandrasekhar; a performance of Panchamahabhutam, that will explore the philosophy of the five elements; and even a combined Kerala art form performance with Kathakali and Mohiniattam.

Getting There: The Nakshatra Dance Festival will be at The Tata Theatre at NCPA, Nariman Point from Sep 19-26. See here for ticket details.

 
Sponsored: Playtronix EDM Fest At Phoenix Marketcity
Wednesday, 17 September 2014 19:40



***This post is sponsored by Phoenix Marketcity Kurla***

Eat. Dance. Shop. Repeat.

Phoenix Marketcity Kurla is back with its second edition of Playtronix, a one-day EDM fest that will play out in the courtyard of the lifestyle mall, amidst the Sunday chaos of food, cocktails and shopping.

Slated for Sunday, September 21, this music fest will be led by AD Brown, British progressive/progressive-trance DJ who has also officially remixed the works of several famous artists like Usher, and has supported Paul Oakenfold and Calvin Harris at their UK shows.

The music line up will also include DJs like Mel, Neha Tolani and Sid, as well as visual jockey Tarang.

Brown’s Girl In The Ring

And while you dance to Brown’s trance tunes in the courtyard from 5 pm to 10 pm, your post-Playtronix experience can include dinner and a movie. Or getting drinks at one of Phoenix Marketcity Kurla’s bars with friends.

Trance like no one’s looking!

Getting there: Playtronix at Courtyard Level 2, Phoenix Marketcity Kurla on Sunday, September 21 from 5 pm to 10 pm, Rs 500 entry fee. For more, follow them on Twitter handle @MarketcityKurla  or view their Facebook page here.

***This post is sponsored by Phoenix Marketcity Kurla***

 
Event Roundup: Sep 12-14
Friday, 12 September 2014 10:53



Sep 7-13: Sample up some fun Moroccan cuisine as part of the Culinary Adventure Series at The Daily! Head over for yummies like the Charmoula Lamb Chop with Couscous, Pomelo and Quinao Salad. The Daily, Ground Floor, Behind Shoppers Stop, S.V Road, Bandra (W)

Sep 12: Catch Bhavishyavani Future Soundz’s underground beats at the Friday Bar Night at Guppy Pop Up, Olive Mahalaxmi, Mahalaxmi Race Course. RSVP at 40858585 for the guest list, 10 pm onwards.

Sep 12: Watch amateurs shine bright under the big lights at The White Owl’s Open Mic Night on Friday. Expect Stand-Up (English & Hindi), sketch, improv, rap and music at The White Owl, One Indiabulls Building, Tower 2, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel, tickets at Rs 200 with a Rs 100 registration fee.

Sep 13: This Saturday, Madoc’s pop and funk music will mix with multi -percussionist Jonqui’s beats at Li Bai, Palladium Hotel, Lower Parel, Rs 5,000 for a couple and stag (full cover), call 6162 8000 , 11 pm onwards.

Sep 13-14: Catch The Buckingham Secret, a play about the royal family and their royal secrets, directed by Meherzad Patel, starring Sabira Merchant, Danesh Irani, Nauheed Cyrusi and others, 7 pm onwards, Tata Theatre, NCPA, Nariman Point, tickets at Rs 360-2,000, available on http://www.bookmyshow.com

Sep 14: Head over to the Hive this Sunday for a workshop on the spoken word and performance poetry by Rochelle D’silva, call9920634651 to register, The Hive, 50 - A, Huma Mansion, opposite Ahmed Bakery, Chuim Village Road, Khar (W), see details here.

Sep 14: Catch eight bands at the crowd funded concert Control Alt Delete with Bombay Bassment, Spud In The Box, I am Bliss, The Vinyl Records and others. Blue Frog, Mathuradas Mills Compound, Lower Parel, 5 pm onwards, see details about the event and how to contribute here .

Sep 14: Oh:cha joins the list of live gig city venues this Sunday with Faizan Hussain and Mihir Ganatra kicking off their dulcet nights! Oh:cha, Mathurdas Mills Compund, near Blue Frog, call 24939310, 4pm onwards, entry free.

Sep 14: Cure your weekend hangover with the Irish Hash this Sunday.  The Irish House, in collaboration with the Bombay Hash House Harriers  will assemble at 5 pm at the Kalaghoda branch for an hour long run and hit the pub post that for beer and food. Participants can enjoy 20% off on food. Registration fee: Rs 50, email  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to sign up.

 
The Farmers’ Market Starts On Oct 12
Monday, 08 September 2014 10:48



While you wait for the next season of your favourite TV show, know this: Season VI of The Farmers’ Market starts on October 12. Organic (couch) potatoes, start stretching!

Slated for 21 Sundays at Maharashtra Nature Park, the market like always, will feature organic food stalls and eco-friendly products. If you want to participate or collaborate with the good folks behind this initiative - they’re even looking for musicians and stand up comics – email  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

See you then, (f)arm candy!

Getting there: The Farmers’ Market starts on October 12 at Maharashtra Nature Park, Dharavi, call 9820089378 / 9819852266.

 
Event Roundup: Sep 5-7
Friday, 05 September 2014 10:58



Sep 5: Catch Frisco Feat. SeQu3l + Vinayka who will combine tech, progressive and trance elements at Boveda, G04, Morya Landmark One, Off New Link Road, Near Infiniti Mall, Andheri (W), 8pm onwards, call 67080858, entry free.

Sep 5: One of the busiest DJ’s in the country, Anish Sood will perform today at 10:30 pm at Blue Frog, Mathurdas Mills Compound, Lower Parel, see more details here.

Sep 6: Catch the best of Latin dance and house by DJ Ashwin Mushran, with  fun bar snacks to nibble on and South American themed drinks! Say ole at Indigo, 4, Mandlik Road, Colaba, call 66368999.

Sep 6-7: Loosely based on the history of British India, The Empire is stand up comic’s Anuvab Pal’s solo show. A comedy rock concert with hilarious sketches, we already like the sound of this. Dance Theatre Godrej, NCPA Nariman Point, NCPA Marg, tickets Rs 600, 7:30 pm onwards.

Sep 6: Catch author, mythologist and illustrator Devdutt Patnaik talk about Myths being subjective truths as part of Junoon’s Mumbai Local series at MCubed library,  Princess Building, Near Bandra Gymkhana,, D'Monte Park Road, Bandra (W) at 6pm. Pre-registrations at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Sep 7: Mamagoto has introduced a new cocktail menu and bar nibbles at their branches. Choose from kaffir lime leaf infused in silver tequila, thyme infused with dry gin and more! Available at all outlets. Timings: Bandra, Andheri, Kalaghoda 12pm to 12.30 am and R City 12 pm to 11.30 am

Sep 7: The Hive has collaborated with Cineplay, a union of cinema and theatre founded by Subodh Maskara and co-founded by Nandita Das that screens theatre performances. Catch their first screening of Siddharth Kumar’s The Job on Sunday at The Hive, Huma Mansion, Chuim Village, Bandra (W), tickets Rs 250, see their events page here.

Sep 7: In this month’s Prithvi’s Chai & Why, TIFR will create accessible discussions of interesting scientific issues. Conducted by Prof. Shobhona Sharma, a researcher in the Department of Biological Sciences, TIFR, Mumbai, the session  will be about the battle against malaria between man, mosquito and parasite and whether a malaria vaccine is in sight. Entry free, 11 am onwards,  Prithvi House, Prithvi Theatre, Janki Kutir, Juhu.

 

 
Sponsored: Monsoon Film Fest at Phoenix
Wednesday, 03 September 2014 15:40



***This post is sponsored by High Street Phoenix***

Add Bogart to your cart at High Street Phoenix, as the lifestyle hub adds a film festival to its event line up.

The Monsoon Film Festival will play out here from September 5-11, where you can catch a line up of fun Hollywood classics that will make you want to plan date night every night that week. There’s the romantic Casablanca and Gone With the Wind; Singing in the Rain for those with a spring in their step; and Dr Zhivago for others who like their monsoon broody. See film schedule below:(All films start at 8:15 pm)

Friday, September 5: Bridges of Madison County

Saturday, September 6: A Street Car Named Desire

Sunday, September 7: Casablanca

Monday, September 8: Notebook

Tuesday, September 9: Dr Zhivago

Wednesday, September 10: Singing in the Rain

Thursday, September 11: Gone with the wind

See you at the movies!

Getting there: Buy tickets online on bookmyshow.com  and PVR cinemas. Showing at Audi 1, PVR phoenix, Rs 250 per film on weekdays and Rs 325 on weekends (all films start at 8.15 pm).      

 
Catch Kalki's Monologue On Womanhood
Thursday, 28 August 2014 16:26

What: Monologue: Kalki, A Solo Act On Womanhood at Canvas Laugh Club, 3rd floor, Palladium Mall, Lower Parel, Rs 600 per ticket, booking details here.

Why: Whether you’re the bra burning type or not, you should catch Kalki’s monologue that will cross reference history and mythology to illuminate the role of a woman in today’s society. Tickets are already on sale and proceeds for the event will go to Give India.

When: September 4, 7pm. Good luck-shmi!

 
Surf Classic & Music Festival: Covelong Point
Thursday, 28 August 2014 15:02


What: Surf Classic and Music Festival, Covelong Point, Kovalam village, near Fisherman’s Cove, ECR, off Chennai. See their website here, music festival lineup here, sign up for the surfing contest here .

Why: Buoys and girls, go down south next month for Covelong Point, a fun Surf and Music Festival! Sign up to participate in the surfing contest, join in group yoga sessions or just head over for the music festival lineup that features Nischay Parekh, Kutle Khan Project, T.M. Krishna and others!

When: You need the Waikiki to your heart. From September 12-14, 2014.

 
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