Things to do in Mumbai this week: Celebrate World Food Day

World Food Day

World Food Day

We have compiled a list of fun and interesting things to do in Mumbai this week, so you can plan out your days ahead without worry.

MUSIC & NIGHTLIFE

11th October – Your Friday night plan just got better – Access All Areas (AAA) presents Spektre and Anktrixx tonight at Aurus, Juhu to give you a heavy dose of techno music. The event starts from 10 pm onwards and will have you grooving to electronic music played by the dark duo. Call on 022 67106666 for booking details.

11th October– If Ministry of Sound, London is your obsession, get a piece of it at Club Alibi in Colaba tonight as Aaryan Gala, who is from Ministry of Sound will be performing there. The gig starts from 9 pm onwards and the theme is ‘neon’. Dance to EDM music at its best as Aaryan plays his own compilation of eclectic music with a live performance. Call on 9819096801 for entry details.

FOOD

16th October – Celebrate World Food Day on Wednesday at High Street Phoenix in Lower Parel as they bring to you a massive food festival at their Courtyard. The fest will have an array of delicious food from various restaurants across the city such as Serafina, Dolce Vita, The White Owl, Sanchos, Sushi and more, Veda, Café Sundance and more. The food will be served to you at pocket-friendly prices, with a maximum cost of Rs. 150 per dish. There will also be a cook-off between food enthusiasts of Mumbai. The fest will be on from noon till 8 pm.

ART

9th to 13th October – This month, three artists namely Karishma Wadhwa, Radhika Bawa and Shalu Agarwal come together with their muses to bring to you a collection of canvases at the their art exhibit called Prarambh. Each artists has her own individual inspiration and subject. For example, Karishma chooses ‘Buddha’ for spirituality and a way of life, Radhika’s muse is the mighty ‘Horse’ and Shalu focuses on ‘Lotuses’. Their artwork is being showcased at the Ravindra Natya Mandir, Kala Kendra, Dadar, Mumbai from 11 am onwards.

WORKSHOPS

14th and 15th October– Awaken the writer in you by joining a two-day workshop at the Mumbai Film Festival on Screenwriting, because you can create compelling stories too, with a little help to develop that skill. The workshop will take place at the conference room of Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, Andheri. The agenda includes pitching, screen writing, script development and is conducted by the Chair of the Melbourne International Film Festival and eminent script advisor Claire Dobbin along with James Hart, producer and screenwriter.  The class starts at 9:30 am on Monday the 14th, and will go on till 4 pm followed by question hour till 5 pm. Day 2 starts with the screening of Bram Stoker’s Dracula followed by lunch, and discussing the finer nuances of script writing. Click here to register for the workshop.

LAUGH OUT LOUD

11th to 19th October– The Comedy Store never fails to impress us with their line-up of international comics. This time around, they are bringing down renowned musical comic Rainer Hersch to India at Blue Frog, where he will perform on different dates. He will perform his acclaimed solo act ‘All Classical Music Explained’ for the first time in India on the 13th, and will be a part of ‘Best in Stand-Up Comedy on the 11th, 12th and 18th of October. You can book your tickets by calling Book My Show on 022-39895050.

 FITNESS

12th October – Attend a free yoga class this Saturday on Carter Road in Bandra at the Amphitheatre, which is opposite Café Coffee Day. The workshop will be held by Lameeva, and it will start with a ‘yoga nidra’, followed by a slow warm up, then leading to challenging practises such as surya namaskar, standing poses, twists and back bends. Finally, a slow restorative cool down will end the class with a guided relaxation process. The yoga class will start at 8 am and end at 9:30 am, and you can book yourself a spot by registering with Gyaan Exchange here. Give them a call on 9167606469 or send an email to learn@gyaanexchange.com.

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