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Your guide to offbeat entertainment in Mumbai

  1. A Sunrise Ride -

    Did you know that for a few blissful hours in a week, Mumbai is calm and peaceful? Hear the silence and feel the morning breeze while you cycle through the empty roads and heritage structures of South Bombay! You’ll be provided with a cycle, required protective gear, a fulfilling breakfast and of course, a group of people aching to see Mumbai quiet! Book your ‘Round and Round Mumbai’ ride here: https://www.thrillophilia.com/tours/bicycle-tour-mumbai

     

  2. The Glass Menagerie -

    This play, based on the famous work of Tennessee Williams, is being performed at Prithvi Theatre on 30 August at 9pm. This unmissable story about loneliness and love, is one of Williams’ most touching and powerful plays. Directed by Rajit Kapur, this performance is bound to transport you to a world where fantasies clashes with invariable reality and where loss becomes hope! Book your tickets here: https://in.bookmyshow.com/booktickets_pth_1/?ename=rage-productions-the-glass-menagerie&cid=PTHV&eid=ET00019865&sid=7540&ety=PL

     

  3. Fluid Art Workshop -

    Sakshi Lunkad, an artist and interior designer from The Art Students League of New York, is hosting one of her signature workshops on 1 September at 11am. She’s going to be guiding people and “helping them unlearn” what they know about art, so they can be more directionless and fluid with their work! You can check out her work on her instagram profile and book your passes for this workshop here: https://insider.in/fluid-art-workshop-at-flea-bazaar-cafe-sept1-2018/event
     

  4. An Amazing Escape -

    Your mission, if you choose to accept it, is to break out of prison, pull off a bank heist or diffuse a bomb in 60 minutes! Spend an hour this weekend getting around an escape room by yourself or with your friends. Check this out for more: https://www.thrillophilia.com/tours/amazing-escape-game-room-in-mumbai

     

  5. A Western Classical Performance -


    The Autumn ‘18 season of the Symphony Orchestra of India runs from the 4th to the 16th of September. Since its inception in 2006, the Symphony Orchestra of India has called the The National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA) home, and has performed on tour in the UAE, Europe and Russia. This season, the Symphony Orchestra of India welcomes internationally acclaimed conductor Alexander Lazarev to join Marat Bisengaliev and Zane Dalal in leading the orchestra. The resident orchestra will also host a troop of renowned soloists as they take to the stage in their 13th year of performance.
    Know more about the individual events here: bit.ly/2ngQYRs