Thursday, 17 July 2008
What are you doing this weekend in Mumbai
Friday 18th July 2008
Japanese photo exhibition
See images from half a century ago from the land of the rising sun. Free entry.
Department of German, Ranade Bhavan, Mumbai University, Kalina. Contact the Japanese Consulate in Mumbai (2493-4610).
9am-5.30pm Gandhi’s Cookbook
The band from Dubai play a mix of ska, reggae and punk. Entry fee Rs 200.
Not Just Jazz By the Bay, Soona Mahal, near The Ambassador Hotel, 143 Marine Drive (2285-1876)
Saturday 19th July 2008
Dhanashree Pandit Rai
Watch a performance by one of the city's most accomplished thumri singers. Free entry.
PL Deshpande Mini Theatre, Lokmanya Sewa Sangha, MG Road, Vile Parle (E).
Ardha SatyaPrabhat Chitra Mandal and the Rudraa DVD label pay tribute to Vijay Tendulkar with a screening.
Sathe College, Dixit Road, Vile Parle (E) (2613-0608).
Sunday 20th July 2008
Watch a play from behind the stage without leaving your seat.
Sophia Bhabha Hall, Bhulabhai Desai Road, Breach Candy, Cumbala Hill.
For tickets call (2353-8550)
The Dark Knight
Gotham city burns again in Christopher Nolan's sequel to Batman Begins. This time around, Batman (Christian Bale) has to deal with the psychotic Joker (Heath Ledger).
Playing at Fame (Malad), PVR Cinemas (Juhu & Mulund) and Metro Adlabs.
source: Time out,Mumbai
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