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Friday, 31 October 2014 12:48

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Dial-a-Scar For Halloween
Friday, 31 October 2014 11:52





What:
Fake wounds and scar make up artist for Halloween, call James on 9821140556, price depends on length of scar.

Why: Going out for Halloween? Here’s a gash for your bash. Call make up artist James who’ll come over and create fake wounds and legions and pretty purple bruises. Recommended to bpb by Tulsi Ramsay of the Zee Horror Show, James works on action sequences in Bollywood and has done body make up for stars like Varun Dhawan and Shahrukh Khan. Spook-tacular!

Psst: Click here for our Halloween special with recommendations from the Ramsay Brothers.

When: You want to hail a (s)cab.

 
Weekend Guide: Boo's There?
Friday, 31 October 2014 09:49



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Why: Going out for Halloween? Here’s a gash for your bash. Call make up artist James who’ll come over and create fake wounds and legions and pretty purple bruises. Recommended to bpb by Tulsi Ramsay of the Zee Horror Show, James works on action sequences in Bollywood and has done body make up for stars like Varun Dhawan and Shahrukh Khan. Spook-tacular!

Psst: Click here for our Halloween special with recommendations from the Ramsay Brothers.

When: You want to hail a (s)cab.

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What: Order waffles on a stick for your next party from the newly launched Waffle House, email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , see the Facebook page here, Rs 120 for a waffle stick (minimum party order of 75 pieces).

Why: It’s Friday, so here, a bunch of flours for you. On sticks. Baked as waffles. Presenting the Waffle House, a venture fresh out of the oven, one that aims to bring German style waffles to India (served as regular waffles and on sticks). Toppings in the bouquet include flavours like apple cinnamon, coffee, salted caramel and chocolate ganache.

Sample them if you’re around at the Tapped Beer Festival on November 2 at Wodehouse Club, Colaba; and at The Farmer’s Market by Karen Anand at High Street Phoenix, Lower Parel from November 22-23. .

When: You want to stick by breakfast.

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What: Attend TEDx Gateway at Jamshed Bhabha Theatre, NCPA Marg, Nariman Point, register here, registration fees: Rs 10,000 plus taxes.

Why: Listen to a bunch of great TED time stories at the TEDx Gateway this weekend at NCPA. Storytellers include Piyush Goyal, MoS for power, coal and renewable energy; architect and urbanist Naresh Narasimhan; Trisha Prabhu, founder of ReTink; Vijay Kumar, roboticist and Professor at UPENN and Jay Herrati, Executive Director, TEDx.

When: TED-dy bares all on Sunday, November 2.

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What: Chalkboard wrapping paper and lunch bags from The Chalk Co, Rs 60 per sheet & Rs 700 respectively; see their Facebook page here, email them at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call /Whatsapp 9819671708 / 9819211184.

Why: Chalk this out!

With more than fifty shades of grey to choose from,

The Chalk Co’s products with a blackboard finish are super fun to have around, because you can scribble all over them, erase and re-doodle. We’ve seen the slate finish clocks and mugs before, but we love the brown bag style roll down lunch bag that allows the packer to chalk a new love note each day, plus the black wrapping paper for when you run out of gift tags.

When: Now. Better slate than never.

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What: The Forager e-zine, visit http://www.theforagermagazine.com for issue 1, free.

Why: This new food centric e-zine comes from a collective of journalists, graphic designers, tech professionals and professors in Bangalore who want to explore the other side of food. “Restaurant reviews, recipes, chef interviews, you will not find here,” says co-founder and freelance writer Deepa Bhasthi. Instead, articles from writers around the world – you can submit too – who connect food with politics, environment, world affairs and more.  Issue one has pieces on food in Serbia, marriage and feasts in South India, things you learn when you forage, fruit with passports, making a cup of coffee during war. A little random, yes, but refreshing to read when you’re tired of relating food to Instagram pictures of dessert. The Forager team is also working on events and public interventions in unconventional venues.

When: You want to hunt and gather.

 
Attend TEDx This Weekend!
Thursday, 30 October 2014 20:33



What: Attend TEDx Gateway at Jamshed Bhabha Theatre, NCPA Marg, Nariman Point, register here, registration fees: Rs 10,000 plus taxes.

Why: Listen to a bunch of great TED time stories at the TEDx Gateway this weekend at NCPA. Storytellers include Piyush Goyal, MoS for power, coal and renewable energy; architect and urbanist Naresh Narasimhan; Trisha Prabhu, founder of ReTink; Vijay Kumar, roboticist and Professor at UPENN and Jay Herrati, Executive Director, TEDx.

When: TED-dy bares all on Sunday, November 2.

 

 
Get Waffle Sticks From Waffle House
Thursday, 30 October 2014 20:24


What: Order waffles on a stick for your next party from the newly launched Waffle House, mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , see the Facebook page here, Rs 120 for a waffle stick (minimum party order of 75 pieces).

Why: It’s Friday, so here, a bunch of flours for you. On sticks. Baked as waffles. Presenting the Waffle House, a venture fresh out of the oven, one that aims to bring German style waffles to India (served as regular waffles and on sticks). Toppings in the bouquet include flavours like apple cinnamon, coffee, salted caramel and chocolate ganache. 

Sample them if you’re around at the Tapped Beer Festival on November 2 at Wodehouse Club, Colaba; and at The Farmer’s Market by Karen Anand at High Street Phoenix, Lower Parel from November 22-23. .

When: You want to stick by breakfast.


 
Chalk Board Wrapping Paper
Thursday, 30 October 2014 20:15


What: Chalkboard wrapping paper and lunch bags from The Chalk Co, Rs 60 per sheet & Rs 700 respectively; see their Facebook page here, email them at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call /Whatsapp 9819671708 / 9819211184.

Why: Chalk this out!

With more than fifty shades of grey to choose from, The Chalk Co’s products with a blackboard finish are super fun to have around, because you can scribble all over them, erase and re-doodle. We’ve seen the slate finish clocks and mugs before, but we love the brown bag style roll down lunch bag that allows the packer to chalk a new love note each day, plus the black wrapping paper for when you run out of gift tags.

When: Now. Better slate than never.

 
Tonight’s Halloween Parties
Thursday, 30 October 2014 19:09



bpb’s round up of what to do on Halloween night (October 31). Achieving your ghouls?

Female DJ duo ‘The Elektrovertz’ spin + sample cocktails like ‘Vampire Elixir’ and ‘Black Widow’ at Guppy Pop Up at Olive, Mahalaxmi Race Course, Mahalaxmi, 10 pm onwards, to RSVP call 40859595 or visit the Facebook page here.

Drinks start at Rs 199 (!), plus special shots with names like Vampire Slayer and Sweet Deceit. Meanwhile, horror films will play in the background. At Aqaba Club House, level P5, Peninsula Business Park, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel, 9 pm onwards, to RSVP call 61512222.

DJ Pritam + costume party at EXO and Li Bai. Level 37, Palladium Hotel, Lower Parel, 10.30 pmonwards, for more information call 61628000, entry fee - Rs 5,000 per couple and stag (full cover).

Music plus special menu of French hors d'oeuvres and Spanish tapas at Terttulia, Hotel Parkway, near Chaitya Bhumi, Sivaji Park Seaface, Dadar (W).

Bonobo’s Halloween night features Su Real, EZ Riser and in-house favourite Pradeep Maharana. Bonobo, 2nd floor, Kenilworth Mall, phase 2, off Linking Road, Bandra (W), 8.30 pm onwards, call 26055050 or visit the Facebook page here, entry fee - Rs 500.

Nido’s Halloween party featuring DJ Ankytrixx is also the launch of ‘Nido Bar Nights’. 21, Union Park, Khar (W), 10 pm onwards, to RSVP and for more information call 67706336, entry free.

Boveda hosts a Zombie Masquerade Ball with music and dress up. G04, Morya Landmark One, off New Link Road, Andheri(W), entry free, for more information and to make a booking call 67080858.

 
Event Roundup: Oct 31- Nov 2
Thursday, 30 October 2014 19:00



Oct 31: Attend the performance of The Alex Machacek Trio – featuring the US-based Austrian Jazz guitarist. St. Andrew’s Auditorium, St. Dominic Road, Bandra (W), 8 pm onwards, ticket start at Rs 1,000, book here.

Oct 31: Rekha Bharadwaj takes the stage as part of the Mirchi Live Concert. Shanmukhanand Hall, behind Gandhi Market, Comrade Harbanslal Marg, Sion, 7.30 pm onwards, ticket start at Rs 500, bookhere.

Oct 31:
Short Films Night at The Pantry in association with Shamiana Short Film Club. This week’s screenings include ‘The Troll’ by LA-based Max Carlson and ‘Gawah’ by Gauri Chadha, previously screened at Cannes Short Film Corner. The Pantry, Yashwant Chambers, Millitary Square Lane, Kalaghoda, call 22700082 /22678901, entry free.

Oct 31 – Nov 2: ‘Maya – The Musical’ a partnership between students from Teach for India and Broadway artists backed by Broadway styled music. Ravindra Natya Mandir, near Siddhivinayak temple, Prabhadevi, 7.30 pm (on all days) and 11 am (Sunday), ticket price Rs 300 onwards, book tickets here.

Oct 31- Nov 2: Tata Literature Live! features poets and priests, manuscripts, marwaris and Modi talk, launches, anniversaries, debates and discussions.  NCPA (Oct 31 to Nov 2), NCPA Marg, Nariman Point & Prithvi Theatre (Nov 1 to Nov 2), 20, Janki Kutir, Juhu Church Road, Juhu, visit their website here or their Facebook page here, entry free.                   

Nov 1: ABBA GOLD, regarded as the best ABBA tribute show by BBC. Willingdon Catholic Gymkhana, 4th road, Church Avenue, Santacruz (W), 7.30 pm onwards, donor passes start at Rs 1,200, book your tickets here.

Nov 2: Tapped – Craft Beer Festival featuring ten beers from four breweries, plus food and music. Wodehouse Gymkhana, Maharshi Karve Road, Nariman Point, noon onwards, tickets priced at Rs 1,500 (1 litre pass) and Rs 2,000 (2 litre pass), book here.

Nov 2: Head to Café Zoe’s One Night Stand DJ featuring Smoke House Deli chef Gresham Fernandes, this time in the role of DJ . Café Zoe, Mathuradas Mills, S N Joshi Marg, Lower Parel, 4.30 pm to 8 pm, entry free. 

Nov 2: Eat at ‘The Secret Ingredient’ which features traditional Mangalorean lunch, hosted by Kaiyl (Aunty Shashi) at Studio Upstairs, 1st floor, bungalow no. 9, 14, Veronica Street, Bandra (W), 12.30 pm to 2.30 pm, Rs 1,500 per head (vegetarian) and Rs 1,800 per head (non vegetarian), to book your seat email  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 
Quick Byte: Serafina To Open In Kala Ghoda
Thursday, 30 October 2014 10:26



Another day, another new opening in Kala Ghoda. 

Italian restaurant Serafina that's currently at Palladium, Lower Parel, is all set to open its second outpost at Kala Ghoda. This will replace Pan Asian restaurant Chao Ban, owned by the same hospitality group. 

If you haven't been to the Lower Parel restaurant yet, we recommend you look out for the truffle or white pizza, spiced cocktails and Gelati e Sorbetti.

While an official date for the launch isn't set yet, we hear they will be opening in a month.

Getting there: 30, K. Dubhash Marg, Next to Chetana Restaurant, Kala Ghoda.

 
Attend Literature Live!
Thursday, 30 October 2014 10:17



This week, turn on your reading (l)amp as TATA Literature Live! Festival starts today. Spread across two venues – NCPA (Oct 30 to Nov 2) and Prithvi Theatre (Nov 1 to 2) – the festival packs in poets and priests, manuscripts, marwaris and Modi talk, launches, anniversaries, debates and discussions. Entry is free!

Here’s a day0wise break up on what to catch at the fest:

October 30, Day 1 (NCPA)
Gulzar saab’s Green Poems launches with a discussion between him and veteran journalist Anil Dharker (see link). Indian poets Sampurna Chattarji and Ranjit Hoskote and their Welsh counterparts Rhian Edwards and Eurig Salisbury will talk about their home cities and their distinguishable traits (see link). The day will conclude with a debate on ‘Re-writing India’s history is a dangerous game’ with Vir Sanghvi, Amish Tripathi, Dileep Padgaonkar and Kumar Ketkar (see link). 

 
40 Best Ladies’ Tailors in Mumbai
Thursday, 30 October 2014 00:16


Contest: Win a GUESS breast cancer awareness watch today! View our twitter feed @bpbmumbai at 11:30 am to participate!

bpb compiles a list of 40 best tailors and new designers who specialize in sari blouses, replicas, originals, white wedding dresses, metallic embroidery, alterations, evening gowns, fitness wear and more. There are tailors who work on films, those who used to work at your favourite boutique and those who assisted big designers. All this, so you don’t have to look for the right needle in a haystack.

If they haven’t been tried and tested by us, these tailors and designers come recommended by fashion editors, stylists, actresses, and friends who were bribed into sharing what is possibly their most guarded secret.

Look out for contributor list at the end. For your sew-vidha!

Jeans King: To Alter Your Gucci & Prada

They alter, as well as stitch jeans from scratch but Nitin tailor at Jeans King is recommended for alterations of fancy designer dresses, skirts and tops. Parsons graduate Poonam Agarwal (who previously worked at Bergdorf Goodman NY and now runs Polka), sends all her Pradas and Guccis here if they require alteration.

Jeans King, shop no 5, opposite Juhu Church, Juhu, call 26253679.

Anwar Masterji: For Women’s Pant Suits

Red carpets are slick with suits for ladies and stylists recommend Master Anwar to make you a well-tailored one. His creations are thought up by others and come from a tiny store, but have appeared in several luxury ad campaigns including Shaze.

At Dr Ambedkar Road, opposite Hotel Executive Enclave, Bandra (W), call 9867127542.

 
Purple Foodie Returns For Baking Classes
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 11:01



If your experiments in the kitchen have left you feeling a little blue lately, lighten up for Purple will be here soon.

Our taste buds’ favourite food blogger Purple Foodie (Shaheen Peerbhai) who had moved to Paris from Mumbai and is now living in London, is returning to Mumbai to run a series of gourmet baking classes just for you! Return of the prodigal sundae?

Shaheen, who is currently working with a Japanese-French Patisserie in London, has learned a whole bunch of new recipes since her last visit to Mumbai. “There are a host of breads that I've been studying lately, some recipes from my time working in Paris, some off the Friday Lunches menu and some from pastry chef friends like the Dutch Cheese biscuits.”

All of these dishes are incorporated into the baking classes that she will host at Eighth, starting November 21. The four classes (you can sign up for as many as you like) are divided into teatime bakes, sweet bakes, savoury bakes and homemade breads. See details here.

All rise!

Getting there: To register email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  with the subject ‘Classes  NOV 2014’.  Classes (with limited seats) will be held at Eighth Studio, flat no 4, 1st Floor, Mudheshwari  Building, YMCA road (off Carter road) Bandra (W), Rs. 4,000 per class to learn all five recipes and bring the bakes back with you. You can also sign up for all four classes for Rs. 15,000.

 
Paper Planes: Indie Magazines At Your Doorstep
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 10:48



Your paperboy is going to make a new friend on his route soon - an ex corporate lawyer from Trilegal, carrying the most delicious stack of magazines, comparing them to a winter coat that will keep you warm at night.

Paper boy, meet Nupur Joshi Thanks, whose new venture Paper Planes is easily the most exciting doorstep service to take off in India this year. This is an independent magazine subscription service aimed at introducing the best indie magazine titles from across the world to Indian readers. The fun bit is that each title sent over to you every month will be a surprise, but based on areas of interests that you pick at the time of subscription.

If you’ll flip back a few pages, you’ll know that Nupur’s interest in reading and acquiring unusual magazine titles started during a one year sabbatical from law, and the amount of money spent on shipping those to India, led to the idea for Paper Planes. What followed was a series of trips around the world, to attend indie magazine fairs, meet publishers and a mound of reading that finally tied interest and business into a neat little bundle.

How To Get On Board Paper Planes

Paper Planes launches on November 16, but you can email  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it right away to get on the list. Following this you will be alerted to subscribe and pay on their website post launch (www.joinpaperplanes.com) and choose three out of four interest ‘stacks’ - stack 1: Travel, Food, World Affairs; stack 2- Culture, Popular Culture, Sports & Recreation; stack 3: Design, Architecture, Visual Culture; stack 4: Fashion, Lifestyle, Arts & Literature. Following this you will get one magazine a month delivered to your home, and while the title will be a surprise, we took a peek at her shelf to find issues of Printed Pages, Colours, Apartamento, It’s Nice That, The Gentle Woman, Gather Journal, Lucky Peach, Cherry Bomb and more. Magazines from around the world will come visiting, including UK, US, Kosovo and Beirut!

For the seriously adventurous, there’s the ‘Surprise Me’ option that allows you to receive magazines from different genres for the duration of their subscription, which is either 9 months, 18 months or a rolling monthly subscription. While these will be current issues, the website will also sell back issues of magazines.

Price Possessions

Now here’s the part that might make you flinch. The subscription will cost you Rs 1,000 a month for one magazine per month (discounts on sustained subscriptions).But Nupur has spent a ton of time and money researching this, and says that her way still works out cheaper. “These magazines are super hard to find here. While they cost between 7 to 15 pounds each, the shipping for each ends up setting you back by about Rs 1,400. I hope people appreciate the rationale behind the cost.” Considering one drink in Mumbai is priced at about Rs 1,000 + taxes these days, we wouldn’t mind trading that in for a beautiful magazine about cocktails instead. Free Sipping?

Flip Service

Nupur’s principle idea behind piloting this project is to allow people to discover interesting content from around the world. “Here’s your chance to read amazing stories and find out new things about yourself during the process. I for instance, don’t surf or skateboard, but found that I loved reading magazines about them,” Nupur told us yesterday, just back from a trip to Bandhavgarh Wildlife Sanctuary.

“Sure, you can find interesting reads online as well. But there’s something about holding a beautifully designed and edited magazine that could be a collectible, and watching it grow into a stack that can keep you warm at night.”

Getting there: Paper Planes launches on November 16, email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it right away to get on the list (you can also indicate your interest to attend the launch party at Cheval). Visit www.joinpaperplanes.com, Rs 1,000 per month.

 
Sponsored: Attend Budweiser Made Stage’s First Event In Mumbai
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 00:00



*** This post is sponsored by Budweiser ***

This is the best kind of cinema you can catch this weekend. Budweiser is hosting Live Cinema at Sitara Studio, where cinematic sequences will be created and composed in conjunction with live music for a delicious audio-visual experience.

This is part of Budweiser’s larger MADE Stage campaign that aims to bring

together an interesting flock of musicians, visual jockeys, graffiti artist, sculptors, sound and light engineers and performance directors from around the country to create super experiences. These alternate forms of music and art will be celebrated in Mumbai, New Delhi, Bengaluru and Goa, and will be available as a video series on www.budweisermadeformusic.in from November 13 onwards.

Mumbai Gig: On Oct 31

The Mumbai gig promises to be smashing, a live cinema project like we mentioned above, featuring artists like Fuzzy Logic, Zokhuma, Nicholson, Bassister, Sachin Pillai and visual artist Shazeb Arif S. Using a custom rig of multiple live cameras, they will create backgrounds from live chemical reactions, insects on observation, and by setting objects in kinetic motion.

See you then! We’re expecting your (screen) presence!

Getting there: Budweiser’s Live Cinema on October 31 from 7 pm to 10 pm. At Sitara Studio, RSVP on the Facebook page here, free entry.

 *** This post is sponsored by Budweiser ***

 
Shut Up & Study Mime at New Bandra Studio
Tuesday, 28 October 2014 09:05

 

Don’t you sometimes wish that everyone would just shut up? The crackers, the cars, even the loud shooting stars. The people, their social media updates, the Twitter trolls, the polls, the clanging restaurant bowls.

We wish it would all just turn into a 1920s silent film with title cards. You’d be starring in it of course, and we have just the thing you need to prepare for your role. Mime.

There’s a recently launched Bandra studio called the Collage Collective Studio and they’re teaching mime (among other fun courses like playing the jew’s harp) from November 3 to 7. Dia-logue out? 

 
Two New Dessert Shops
Tuesday, 28 October 2014 08:37


The Cupcake Factory, Bandra

Bakers, get a new muse bouche. Please.

In the midst of an ebbing cupcake tide, the Cup Cake Factory launches, sharing only space, not owners, with Bandra’s institutional Mac Craig bakery. We went yesterday evening to try the offerings, a slight ennui lurking around our taste buds even before we got there.

The cupcake options are pretty standard - Oreo, Red Velvet, Mocha, Vanilla Chocochip, Peanut Butter, Strawberry, Nutella, Lemon and Caramel. To be fair, the cake didn’t give us much to complain about – it was soft and far from dry considering it was the end of the day. Their top hats of frosting though, were inconsistent across cupcakes, with some flavours like the caramel and Nutella tasting artificially sweet and slightly grainy. The headgear on the red velvet and mocha, though, were just fine. Add brownie points for cute packaging and cuter business cards.

 
Eleftheria: Artisan Cow’s Milk Cheese On Order
Monday, 27 October 2014 10:09


 

With a cheese making business named after the Greek word for freedom (Eleftheria), it wouldn’t be wrong to say that Mausam Jotwani has always wanted to break brie.

Break brie from a corporate 9-to-godknowswhen job, and slip into a life that allows her to turn organic cow’s milk into cheese for you.

 
New Store: Payal Khandwala, Colaba
Monday, 27 October 2014 10:08

 

Standing at attention, crisp and with no prints, the primary coloured shirt dresses at Payal Khandwala’s new Colaba store seem to be part of a disciplined battalion. Until you look closer that is, and notice rebellious details like the asymmetrical sleeve, larger-than-usual collar, slanting neckline and waist pleats. At (cr)ease, ladies!

 
Pizza Metro Pizza To Open At Kemps Corner
Monday, 27 October 2014 10:00



bpb Bulletin

Forks in South Bombay, we have some delicious news for you this Monday morning.

 
Event Roundup: Oct 23-26
Wednesday, 22 October 2014 15:13



Oct 23: Kick off the long weekend with ‘F.A.M JAM’ an event that features short films curated by Reema Sengupta, live art and showcase by Sukraat Tiwari and tunes spun by Matthew Conley, Kumail and Troja. The Daily, behind Shoppers Stop, S.V. Road, Bandra (W), 9 pm onwards, for more details and to RSVP click here.

Oct 23-26:
Theobroma is turning 10 this month and they’re celebrating by bringing back some of their most popular items over the decade like the Sticky Walnut Chocolate Pie, the Lemon Mountain Cake and the Apple Cinnamon Blondie among others, all available at original prices. Get them at all stores (Colaba, Bandra West, Peddar Road, Andheri Lokhandwala, Powai Hiranandani, Goregaon, BKC), to place an order email to  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Oct 23-26: Celebrate Oktoberfest at Brewbot with special offers on German beers and sample ample sausage selection. Brewbot, G-01, 101, Morya Landmark, 1, off New Link Road, Andheri (W), for more information visit their Facebook page here.

Oct 24:
Catch a tribute to Bryan Adams by ‘Shannon & The Silent Riot’ at Hard Rock Café, Fun Cinema lane, near Balaji Telefilms, off Veera Desai Road, Andheri (W), 8 pm, tickets start at Rs 750, book your tickets here.

Oct 24: After demolishing Pune with a 5-0 score line, Mumbai City FC is all set to take on the unpredictable North East United FC at home. DY Patil Stadium, Nerul, Navi Mumbai, 7 pm, tickets start at Rs 125, book your tickets here.

Oct 24: Head to a friday night mash up with Aadar Malik (of Gandu Nights and Schitzengiggles fame) tickling your funny bone and DJ Naren taking requests for popular songs. Indigo, 4 Mandlik road, Colaba, 10 pm, entry free.

Oct 25: Attend Simply the Blues , a blues festival featuring The Big Bang Blues as an opening act for The Mick Clarke Band. St. Andrew’s auditorium, St. Dominic Road, Bandra (W), 7.30 pm, tickets start at Rs 800, book your tickets here.

Oct 25:
Go retro this weekend with pop/rock outfit The Other People and DJ Russell as their music winds the clocks back in time. Blue Frog, Mathuradas Mill Compound, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel, 10.30 pm, tickets start at Rs 600, book your tickets here.

Oct 26: Test your vocal pipes outside the shower at Music on the Big  Mic # 29 hosted by Joshua Thomas, at The Hive, 50 A, Huma Mansion, Next to Ahmed Bakery, Chuim Village Road, Khar (W), 8.30 pm, tickets starts at Rs 150, book your tickets here.

 


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