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Friday Jan 19
Times Shagun 2018
Venue: JW Marriott
Dates: January 19 – January 21
Times Shagun 2018 in its 8th edition will be all about living up the enchanted world of a dream wedding, trousseau, couture and everything that is related to making a wedding a magical experience for every bride-to-be.
A celebration of the wedding season, Times Shagun is ready to offer you an amusing insight into the world of overwhelming fashion evolution that is targeted at creating amazing styles and experiences.
The Way I See It
Venue: Whistling Woods Andheri Base
Timing: 8 – 9 pm
The Way I See It is a one-woman show about life in general; including all issues, both small and big; things that happen to a forty-something married woman charting her perilous course between independence and responsibility; between marriage and self-realization ; between kids and work; a comic, funny and satirical look at how she looks at the world, and how the world looks at her.
Venue: Studio Mojo, Malad west
Timing: 8 pm
Comedy Ladder presents a one of a kind Marathi comedy show only for you. Two hours of pure, Marathi comedy. Life might be an exasperating farrago of distortions for you, but once in a while it feels better to let it go by saying “khaalifukatcha yede pana nako”.
Believe it or not, everybody has embraced the Mumbaikar in them by incorporating the Marathi slangs in their vocabulary. Come for this show, it will be a Zingaat experience!
Artists: Aditya Desai, Mayur Kamble, Mayur Shivalkar, Urjita Wani, Avanti Tendulkar, Darpan Sonawale, Divya Kharnare, Neha Bobde, Dhaval Datar Namaskar Mumbaikar Mandali!
Saturday, Jan 20
The Bookcaine Meet
Venue: Café Coffee Day, Turner Road, Bandra
Timing: 5 pm onwards
The Bookcaine Meet is back!
Good things come in small packages, and when it comes to literary work, even two lines can carry the intensity of an entire novel. No wonder that short stories are immensely popular with readers of all kinds, and also our theme for this session.
“Short stories are tiny windows into other worlds and other minds and other dreams. They are journeys you can make to the far side of the universe and still be back in time for dinner”, says Neil Gaiman.
Chinese Inkwash Watercolor Painting Workshop
Venue: Doolally Taproom, Andheri
Timing: 11 am – 1 pm
Bombay Drawing Room brings you a casual and fun workshop on the master medium – Watercolour. Both watercolour and Chinese painting are one of the oldest artistic traditions in the world. Experience the colour pigments merge into water – a theatrical treat for the eyes!
We at Bombay Drawing Room specialise in making the most daunting art seem like a cakewalk! Painters, beginners and non-painters all are welcome, no experience in drawing and painting is needed. Fees include all art supplies and F&B worth 300.
Intuitive Painting Workshop by Tarannum Yogesh Dobriyal
Venue: Obsidian Studio
Timing: 4 – 6 pm
It is not a painting technique or method. It’s about trusting your gut and listening to your intuition.
What Will You Learn?
What is intuition?
What do colours symbolise?
What messages has your subconscious given you via your drawings?
How to heal through colour therapy
Translate your insights into paper through a process of intuitive expression.
Bangalir Robibarer Mahabhoj OpenOut
Venue: Andheri east
Timing: 12.30 – 3.30 pm
Indulge in home-cooked Bengali food from Sumita’s kitchen. She prepares typical authentic Bengali food which one ‘usually gets to eat when one goes back to Kolkata’. Not just food but also Rabindra sangeet and lot of chitchat with Sumita’s family.
Welcome drink (Aam panna)
Steamed rice | Mung Daal with green peas and coconut with jhuri alu bhaja | Bhapa Chingri Prawns | Pabda/Parshe macher jhol |Chicken Dak Buglow curry | Khejur ar Aam satter Misti Chutney and Papad | Mishti Doi and Sandesh
Pathare Prabhu Special Pop-up Home Dinner
Venue: Jogeshwari east
Timing: 7 – 9 pm
Karandi Bhajji (Shrimps Pakora in chickpea flour) | Bombil fry (Fried semolina and rice flour coated Bombay Duck) | Vangi aani Bhoplyachya Kaapa (Brinjal and Pumpkin fritters)
Paplet Che Bhujane (Traditional Pathare Prabhu Pomfret curry) | Gode Mutton (A staple mutton curry) | Kolambi Kalwan (Coconut and coriander based prawn curry) | Tomato Chi Sheer (Tomato and coconut curry)
Kela Poli (Sweet banana pancakes) | Sago Kheer (Dessert made with Sago pearls)
Along with: Homemade and home grown fruit (Amla/lemon/Bilimba) juice, fragrant herbed rice, phulka, chutneys and chaas. Batch size 10-12 guests only
Sunday, Jan 21
Macala – Pop Up Brunch
Pop-up brunch with Shruti Chadha and Neha Kannan. We’re taking you down south! Muse over South Indian flavours with the hosts while the Sonic South fuse over styles and sounds.
Charges include food and a glass of wine/beer/mocktail
Feast of Basanta Panchami
Venue: Kandivali east
Timing: 1 pm
Celebrate Basant Panchami with home-chef Indrani and her family over a scrumptious home-cooked meal!
Bansant Panchami is the festival marking the advent of spring and also the time, when Goddess of knowledge and creativity, Goddess Saraswati is worshipped. Bengalis celebrate the festival in a big way and perform traditional pujas at homes. The offering to the Goddess is a very special Sattvik meal which is vegetarian and without onion and garlic.
Masladar Ghol: A yoghurt-based drink with a hint of spice | Starter: Jhuri Alu Bhaja | Main course: Begun Bhaja | Radha Ballabhi | Alur Dum | Khichudi | Labra
Dessert: Nalen Gurer Payesh | Tomato, Khejur and Amsotto Chutney
Authentic Sindhi Brunch
Venue: The Little House, Versova
Timing: 9.30 am – 12.30 pm
The Little House hosts community meals regularly. This is your chance to meet new people and network with them over great food. Everyone sits around a big pinewood table outdoors and enjoys the scrumptious meal made at our carefully curated Authentic Cuisine Meals. This Sunday sees Sindhi Cuisine served by Chef Richa Lulla.
Richa Lulla is a software engineer turned pastry chef. Being Sindhi, she has come up with a spread which she grew up eating at home and loves the most.
Dal Pakwaan | Koki with Boondi Raita | Kaanji | Sev Barfi
Capacity: 20-25 people. No walk-ins. Prior registration compulsory
The Bohri Feast
Timing: 1 pm
A Bohri meal begins with the youngest person around the thaal providing the salt to everyone and then having a pinch of it. This acts as a palate cleanser before and after the meal. Then comes the dessert (yes, dessert is the first course), followed by a savoury appetiser and another round of sweet and savoury before the main course makes its entry. A Bohri thaal is extremely fulfilling – for your appetite and in happiness quotient.
Organised by Authenticook
Rose Pink Lychee Punch | Walnut Halwa | Garlic Chicken With Cheese Served On A Bed Of Fried Noodles | Fried Ice Cream | Smoked Mutton Kheema Samosas | Mutton Paya | Khichdi | Tandoori Roti
To End With: Lemon Jeera Cooler | Mukhwas | Paan Shots
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