GHP Mumbai Weekend | Events in Goregaon | Jan 12 – 14

events in goregaon mumbai

Upcoming weekend events in Goregaon and things to do in and around Goregaon –
all on the GHP Mumbai Weekend listing!

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Friday, January 12

Unmask – A Playback Theatre Workshop

Venue: Goregaon east
Timing: Jan 12 – 1; 9 am – 8 pm
Charges: 6750

Playback Theater is a unique improv format which gives you a window to enhance your own expression while serving stories of others.

Through a series of games exercises techniques you will get to experience the joy thrill and challenge of being a Playback Actor and take back a few life nuggets too.



The Man Who Shot Bombay

Venue: Cello Triumph, Goregaon east
Timing: 7.30 – 9.30 pm
Entry: Free

If you want to get to know Bombay, then this is your man. He watches and unravels streets and a million lives that play out in them.

Come join us for the first Projector Friday of 2018, with Mumbai’s most evocative documenter, Chirodeep Chaudhuri. Chirodeep’s street photography covers things that you’ve noticed and wondered about, and quietly parked in some corner of your head. With his work, he reaches out, dusts that corner and makes you examine everything around you all over again.

He’ll take us through three of his series, The Commuters, Cafe Sitters and Bombay Clocks as well as talk about what it means to discover a city, through the camera.

Friday, January 12

 A walk in the woods!

Meeting Point: Outside Sanjay Gandhi National Park
Time: 7.30 – 11 am
Cost: 735

Take a walk in the woods, where the jungle shimmers with varied hues of green! This is a easy nature walk, not a trek.
It rewards you with sightings of rare birds and maybe even spotted deer. This walks leads you to a spot that has a seasonal shallow stream that is brimming with life in monsoon and dries up in winter months. Weather in the morning is fantastic and it feels great to spend it amidst a forest!


Dreamcatcher Workshop



Venue: CLAP Centre, Malad W
Timing: 11 am – 1 pm
Charges: 499

Dreams are visuals that are subconscious minds wants to make us see.

But dreams can be fearful at times to avoid that tribal from ancient America came up with the concept of good dreamcatchers, to catch good thoughts.

So at CLAP, we wish for happiness and peace for all and we have come up with a unique workshop.


Cadence Theatre Workshop

Venue: Goregaon east
Timing: Jan – March 2018 (weekends)

Cadence Theatre Mumbai is back with its weekend workhsops. Conducted by faculty from the National School of Drama and professional actors.

Its a 3 -month play-oriented workshop where each participant will get a chance to be a part of the play .

Mail your details or call on the numbers in the pic and take a step towards your aspiration for travelling the theatrical journey together.

Parle Food Festival 2018

Venue: Vile Parle
Timing: January 13 – 14: 10 am to 10 pm
Entry: Free

Raje’s Royal Treat presents a much-awaited event in Mumbai – Parle Food Festival 2018.

All foodies and shopaholics are invited to attend the event with family, friends and associates.

The grand Parle Food Festival 2018 will comprise of business and food stalls.

Food Stalls will include exclusive Veg and Non-Veg Stalls.

TEDxYouth@OIS 2018: Everglow.

Venue: Oberoi International School, Goregaon east
Timing: 11.30 am – 2.30 pm
Charges: Entry by Invitation

TEDxOIS brings to you Everglow.

The event will be hosted at Oberoi International School, Goregaon east.

This event will be filled with inspiring and life-changing talks by people of different walks of life.

There will also be performances that are bound to enthral and amaze you. Be there!

Nachari – a time-travelling play

Venue: Harkat Studios, Versova
Timing: 7.30 – 10.30 pm
Charges: 300

We were in the process of designing a machine for time travel, when a folk tale from 1300s fell in our lap and started telling itself and Whop! we were in the 14th century trying to figure out what breathes then.

Maithili – a dialect of Hindi, a poet – Vidyapati and to top it all a dancing God. We are time traveling, you wanna join?

CELESTICA – an Astro Night


Venue: Sanjay Gandhi National Park
Date & Timing: Jan 13-14; 4.30 – 11.30 am
Charges: 2,500



Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Nature Information Center is inviting you for CELESTICA-AN ASTRO NIGHT, an all new overnight event which is full of exciting star gazing activities and many other sessions with the wilderness of dark hours.

Well, astronomical observations can be daunting for beginners — after all there’s a whole universe out there!

Doesn’t it sound exciting to engage yourself in various star gazing/astronomy sessions right here in Mumbai city?

Age Group: Open for All

Maximum number of participants: 25

Sunday, January 14

Cycling | The Madh Trail!

Meeting place: Versova
Timing: 6 – 10.30 am
Charges: 975

Cycling in Madh Island is an experience like no other in Mumbai. It’s almost like you’re transported away from the city for a couple of hours. The slow paced village life, roads lined with trees on either side, almost empty roads and the view of the sea – all this in the company of your two wheels and a bunch of excited folks.

Take your two wheels from Versova to the other side of the city – a tiny ferry ride, and then ride to Aksa Beach! Stop there for some time, enjoy a snack at the beach and head back to the jetty to take yourcycles to Versova. On the way, we’ll also cycle on Dana Pani Beach road!

Trek to Mumbai’s Highest Point!

Venue: Sanjay Gandhi National Park
Timing: 7.30 am – 2.30 pm
Charges: 1,385

Is the highest point in Mumbai atop a skyscraper? No! It’s actually, inside the biggest green patch of city – Sanjay Gandhi National Park!

Getting to the highest point of the city is a really easy trek, not far from home. Right in the middle of this concrete jungle called Mumbai, is actually a beautiful, dense natural forest called Sanjay Gandhi National Park – our favourite thing about this city. The weather is just right and we’re excited to trek up to the highest point in Mumbai, right inside this park!

So come along as we walk through a restricted forest patch that boasts of many beautiful trees, flowers, birds and wild fruits. Get a view of the city, as if it is at a distance and enjoy a view of the 3 lakes of Mumbai – Tulsi, Vihar and Powai – from the highest point.

We walk slowly with our naturalist as he stops a few times to identify a bird call, point out a rare wild flower or tell us about animals that co-exist. On the way back, we get a glimpse of Kanheri Caves!

Bowled over!

Venue: Brewbot, Andheri west
Time: 12 pm onwards
Entry free

Hand-painted , kiln fired porcelain bowls on show.

Presented by Colours on Fire, a start-up art studio for unusual and exquisite hand-painted porcelain home decor, collectibles and serving accessories. Colours on fire also provides one-of-a-kind individually customised pieces to customers who value originality but havent the time or skill to create.

Colours on Fire provides tools and training to serious and recreational artists.

SOL Mela

Venue: SOL Waldorf School, Goregaon east
Timing: 4 – 9 pm
Charges: 100 (free for kids below 6 years)

A Sanskrit Shloka best expresses the month of Uttarayan:

Asato maa sadgamaya Tamaso maa jyotirgamaya Mrityoormaa amritam gamaya
Lead me, O Lord, from untruth to Truth from darkness to Light and from death to Immortality.

With this, the SOL Family invites you to experience the beauty of Uttarayan at the second SOL Mela. Celebrate a day of return to light, to warmth, to the life-giving sun.

Hil Mil Kar – A Panchtantra Tale

Venue: Harkat Studios, Versova
Timing: 4 – 5 pm

Hil Mil Kar is based on the story of the value of friendship from the Panchatantra, written by Vishnu Sharma.

It’s about how a crow, rat, tortoise and a deer become really good friends and stick together against all problems.

This particular presentation is based on story telling through sounds where one facilitator uses sound and dance to present stories. This play employs both traditional and modern creative use of musical instruments. The technique used to make these instruments shall also be discussed, these can be easily made by individuals at home.

The objective of this play is to give the message of friendship along with encouraging sensitivity through oneself.

Hil Mil Kar is written, designed and performed by Dhanendra Kawade.


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