Weekend guide: Upcoming events for this weekend

Theatre & Films

Music Mirror: Homi Mullan

What: An NCPA presents ‘Music Mirror: Homi Mullan’ a Hindi documentary with English subtitles. Born in Calcutta in a family with no music background, Homi Mullan (1940-2015) went on to become a master percussionist and an ace accordion player. Since the 1960s, he played for hundreds of chartbuster songs in the Hindi film industry. This biographical documentary is a walk down memory lane with the maestro as he recollects his studio recordings, stage shows and song rehearsals and party times in the music industry. He plays one instrument after another with the same dexterity that wowed the likes of S. D. Burman, R. D. Burman, Jatin-Lalit and Shiv-Hari among many others. Directed by Kushal Gopalka. Admission on a first-come-first-served basis (NCPA members will get preferential seating till 6.20 pm).

When: Sept 2, 6.30 pm

Where: Little Theatre, NCPA, Nariman Point, Mumbai

The Third Generation

Weekend guide: Upcoming events for this weekend

The Third Generation is a 1979 West German film, a black comedy about terrorism, written, directed and cinematographed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder. The plot follows an ineffectual cell of underground terrorists who plan to kidnap an industrialist. The Third Generation was made immediately after Fassbinder achieved wide international critical and commercial success with The Marriage of Maria Braun.  It was produced by Fassbinder’s production company Tango Films for an estimated amount of 800,000 DEM. It was shot in Berlin from November 1978 to January 22, 1979, which is the period when the action takes place.

When: Sept 3, 6.30 pm

Where: Mumbai Press Club Conference Hall, Glass House, Mahapalika Marg,Azad Maidan, Fort, Mumbai

Contact: 022 22622988


What: QTP presents ‘Wildtrack’ a play about friendship, love and memories. It starts with a guy meeting a girl one night. And that connection is magical, something that has to be secretive, because it’s so precious. Until one of them starts to forget. Ticket: Rs 300. To book visit bookmyshow.com.

When: Sept 4, 5:00 pm & 7:30 pm

Where: G5A Foundation for Contemporary Culture, G5A Laxmi Mills, Shakti Mills Lane, Mahalaxmi, Mumbai


What: The play is based on Anton Chekhov’s short story called ‘The Seduction’. It has been adapted in colloquial language (Hindi and English) and taken a story of India. They have added music and shayari to add few extra flavors to enhance the beauty of the play. The play is a story of a man who claims that he can seduce any woman, but he always takes a Hercules task upon himself. He wants to romance a lady, who is beautiful and her husband is rich, famous, powerful, smart. Doing it just to prove his claim, he targets the happily married couple. Ticket: Rs

 When: Sept 3, 6:30 pm

 Where: The Hive, 50-A, Huma Mansion, Next To Ahmed Bakery, Chuim Village Road, Off Union Park, Khar West, Mumbai

Laugh Ride

Project 420

What: Project 420 is where 4 stand-up comics make you laugh for 20 mins each. With such funny comics on a Sunday evening what more can you ask for! Come and bring all your friends for this fun evening of constant laughter. Entry: Rs 450.

When: Sept 4, 8:00 pm

Where: The Jeff Goldberg Studio, Gazebo House, 133 Hill Road, Above Mamagoto Chinese Restaurant, Bandra (W), Mumbai

Be There

Festive Fun: Ganpati Ala Re

What: Participate in a fun, interactive session to discover the stories and legends associated with Ganpati and spot all the Ganpatis in the Museum! How many can you find? Age group: 5 to 14 years. Charges: Museum entry charges applicable. Register: education@bdlmuseum.org

When: Sept 4, 11 am – 12:30 pm

Where: Dr Bhau Daji Lad Museum, 91 A, Rani Baug, Veer Mata Jijbai Bhonsle Udyan, Dr Baba Saheb Ambedkar Marg, Byculla East, Mumbai

The Bandra Tea Party

Weekend guide: Upcoming events for this weekend

What: Welcome to the Bandra Tea Party. Who’s invited? Everyone! There will be some in-tea-resting events such as Tea Time Bingo with prizes from Clay Craft India – Fine Bone China, Tea Tasting Workshops from our Tea Partners and a Marie Antoinette themed Cake Eating Competition among other things. If you just wish to come by and drink some commoner tea and partake in none of these we welcome you so. Make sure you look your finest. Think snooty English country for your dress code reference. There will be community tables where all those coming can bring food and share food with the elite. If you’re watching your weight or feel like playing cards instead bring along your own deck and any other board game that interests you. Carry anything you want to share or show off like your knitting or sketches or pet poodle. Tickets: Rs 100 onwards. To book visit: http://goo.gl/SSl63Y

When: Sept 3, 2:00 pm onwards

Where: The HIVE, 50-A, Huma Mansion, Next To Ahmed Bakery, Chuim Village Road, Off Union Park, Khar West, Mumbai

Drum Circle

Weekend guide: Upcoming events for this weekend

What: Play your beat, and let others do the same. Can chaos result to something beautiful?

Experience being a part of the circle, and the process of creation, through this session facilitated by one of the country’s most beloved conductors (you don’t need any musical background for this).

 When: Sept 3, 2:30 onwards

 Where: Jai Hind College, A Road, Churchgate, Mumbai

The Cartoon Brunch

What: India’s first and only official ‘Cartoon Network’ and ‘DC Comics’ food festival is being hosted at Courtyard by Marriott, Mumbai. The official partners being Cartoon Network and DC Comics (a Warner bros. subsidiary), the festival will feature favourite foods of various cartoon characters. E.g. Scooby’s Snack, Ben 10’s Smoothie, Tom and Jerry’s Cheese and a lot more. There will be a total of 100 dishes per event. The event will also include various activities like cooking workshop for kids, face painting, treasure hunt(s) and more.

When: Every Sunday till Oct 16

Where: MoMo Cafe – Courtyard by Marriott, Mumbai

Contact: 022 61360761 022 61369999

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