Things to Do in Mumbai This January

1 year ago

Our culture calendar featuring all the gigs you shouldn’t miss, and things to do in Mumbai this month!



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The Good Food Lab x Chef Rahul Sharma
12 January
For their first collaboration to kick off the New Year, The Good Food Lab teams up with Chef Rahul Sharma. Sharma currently works at Masque restaurant. He’ll be serving a new menu he’s whipped up, inspired by his travels.
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Home-cooked Community Dinners with Authenticook
14, 15, 18 and 19 January
Discover a platform that gives you a chance to sample the real depth of Indian cuisines; the kind of regional food that hardly ever trickles into restaurants. Spend an afternoon digging into a traditional lunch – Bohri, Kohli, Sindhi or Uttarayan.
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Magazine Street Kitchen Presents Chef Benz
18 and 19 January
Chef Khun Benz, who helms a no-menu restaurant at Soneva Kiri, is bringing her farm-to-table experience to Mumbai. Even actor Gwyneth Paltrow has gone on record to say that one of the most memorable meals she’s had was at Benz’s!
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Biswa K Rath is Trying it Out
14, 15, 21 and 28 January
Comedian Biswa Kalyan Rath, known for his deadpan delivery and wildly popular takedowns of Bollywood films, tests his new material.
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Q For Curiosity
19 January
The quiz to make you fall in love with quizzes as a whole. Writer and quizmaster Yooti Bhansali will have you deducing the answers from a series of hints! You don’t need to be a trivia nerd for this one.
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Pet Fed Mumbai
19 January
Pet lovers and pet parents get ready for the cutest Weekend of the year! They promise to have off-leash zones, over a 100 stalls for your furry friends, and dedicated play areas too. Join in with or without your furry friends.
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The Hive Screens: Akira
20 January
The Hive, at Bandra’s Linking Road, promises to screen anime. Akira (1988) is a must-watch. The post-apocalyptic film is set in dystopian 2019! Shōtarō Kaneda, a leader of a local biker gang’s friend acquires incredible telekinetic abilities after a motorcycle accident, eventually threatening an entire military complex amidst chaos and rebellion in the sprawling futuristic metropolis of Neo-Tokyo.
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Come Together ft. Blackstratblues with Tajdar Junaid & Saba Azad
16 January
Catch some of our favourite musicians from around the country — quite literally — come together on stage.
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Milkman Presents: Terminal 1
18 January
A weekend-long music festival is coming to Famous Studios. Terminal 1 showcases a diverse mix of local bands and DJs alongside a heavyweight international line-up that features both pioneering and cutting-edge electronic acts making their debuts in the country.
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The Bach Project by Yo-Yo Ma
21 January
Yo-Yo Ma, one of the world’s finest classical musicians, brings his signature performance of Bach’s six cello suites to India.
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