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Weekend guide: Music, Food & Laugh Ride

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Mumbai Strawberry Fest

What: Mumbai Strawberry Fest will be premiered for the 1st time in the city that will witness a huge get-together of strawberry lovers. Fresh Farm Strawberry will be showcased to everyone that will be available for tasting, shopping, eating. Many special food items will be made on spot with strawberry like icecreams, milkshakes, cream, juices and many more. Adding to the fest will be Special Kids zone, Strawberry eating competitions, live music and entertainment and special goodie bags.

When: Saturday March 4, 11 pm onwards


Where: Corona Garden Bandra, Mumbai

Contact: 9833984214

Music

Music Lineage-Classical Music Festival

What: Musical concert of Carnatic and Hindustani Classical music of 2-day Music Festival “Music Lineage” organised by Kala Sangam. The legendary vocalist from the South Padmashree Aruna Sairam, saxophone Maestro Dr. Kadri Gopal, Vocalist Kaushiki Chakraborty, Flute wizard Pandit Ronu Majumdar and  Tabla maestro Pandit Anindo Chatterjee  will perform at Fine Arts Society, Mumbai.

When: March 4 & 5, 6:30 pm onwards

Where: Sivaswamy Auditorium, Fine Arts Cultural Centre, Chembur

 Contact – 9892978191

Be There

Women’s Special: Mumbai Midnight Cycle Ride 

What: A getaway for all the Ladies out there who want to travel, who are living their life to the fullest, travelling harder, exploring with the desire of travel beyond their fear & crossing every boundary. Get ready for the real fun, masti, dhamaal and songs on the Midnight cycle ride! Mumbai! As it is among the fastest cities of India, but there is other face of beautiful Mumbai which you can see only at night and that’s “Mumbai Nagariya”. Exploring the spellbinding coastal route of Mumbai with all the ladies around giving inspiration to others is different kind and unique experience.

When: March 4 & 5, 11 pm onwards

Where: Starting Point: Mad Over Donuts, Colaba Causeway

Contact: 08692086927 / 08692055777

Food

The Desi Delicious Table with Chef Maria Goretti

What: Desi Deli brings you a one-of- a-kind brunch: The Desi Delicious Table – every Sunday will bring you Chef Maria Goretti’s menu, author of ‘From My Kitchen To Yours’, with her personal favourite recipes and of course you get all your Desi Deli favourites too!. Come on over for some delicious fun.

When: Sunday March 5, 11 am onwards

Where: Desi Deli: Mumbai, Adarsh Nagar, Samarth Vaibhav Lane, Oshiwara, Near Godrej Natures Basket, Mumbai

The hidden treasures of Garhwali cuisine 

 What: Discover the unabashedly palatable flavours of the rare cuisine at JW Café Mumbai, JW Cafe, the all-day dining, multi-cuisine restaurant at JW Marriott will rekindle the lost cuisine of the mystical state of Uttarakhand with the Flavors of Garhwal food festival. The fiesta, scheduled would showcase authentic Garhwali delicacies curated by Chef Vishal Atreya – Executive Chef post his culinary escapade through the foothills of the Himalayas. The Chefs of Gharwal promotion will feature an array of dishes such as Urad Dal Pakodia, Jakhiya Machchi, Mutton Tari, Koda Khichdi, Jhangora Khichdi, Kafuli amongst a lot more.  To add on, there would also be authentic Gharwali desserts like Jhangore ki kheer, Till ka Laddoo, Swala  Bhangjiri and Badi

Where: JW Café, JW Marriott Mumbai

When: March 5- March, all day dining.

Laugh Ride

Jesters On The Roof

What: Tired of the mundane weekly grind and the mainstream girl’s night out? This women’s day gear yourselves for a night that will have in splits only at 1Above, the rooftop lounge. Weirdass comedy in collaboration with 1Above presents, Jesters on the roof, a unique, one of a kind and engaging stand up show starring Mumbai’s favourite comedians, Karunesh Talwar, Kunal Kamra and Amogh Ranadive. Not just this, it’s raining wine for all you lovely women out there, Buy 1 Get 1 free on every glass of Chandon wine that night.

When: March 8, 8pm onwards

Where: 1Above, Kamala Mills, Lower Parel, Mumbai

Theatre

Bebaak Manto

What: A play directed by Anil Sharma and performed by Daksh Vashisht ‘Manto’ stays with the theme of a good-hearted prostitute who is exploited both materially and emotionally by the men in her life. Sugandhi is a prostitute who craves love and approbation from men for being a good person. Consequently, She too spends her earning on her lover, Madho, who, while benefiting fully from it, is given to sanctimonious and husbandly speeches on how she needs to give up trade.

Where: CLAP: Malad, Unit No. 201, A-Wing, 2nd Floor Solitaire II, Opp. Infinity Mall, Malad West, Mumbai

When: Saturday March 4, 9 pm onwards,

Sunday March 5, 9: 30pm onwards