Things to do in Mumbai This November

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

FOOD

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Innovative Mexican Dinner by Chef Akhtar Nawab from Alta Calidad
16 and 17 November
Eater urges you keep Chef Akhtar Nawab on your radar. He’s a chefs’ chef and David Chang raves about him too! The owner and executive chef of Brooklyn’s Alta Calidad will be whipping the up Mexican fare with his trademark twist.
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Good Vibes: Craft Beer and Food Truck Festival
17 and 18 November
Craft beer, food, live music and all the makings of a good, lazy weekend.  The food truck festival rolls into High Street Phoenix for the weekend.
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MUSIC

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Smirnoff Experience – Far Out Left
10 November
The two-day electronic dance music festival brings together homegrown and international acts. Watch out for Japan’s DJ Nobu, UK’s Dauwd, Germany’s Wolf On Acid and Mathew Jonson, and local acts Blurry Slur and Zokhuma.
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Red Bull Music Presents Off The Roof 2018
17 November
Catch some of India’s best performers at the fifth edition of Red Bull’s Off The Roof. The bill features rappers Raftaar and Divine, Hindi rock act The Local Train, electro funk duo Madboy/Mink, all-female super group Ladies Compartment.
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Kitty Su Mumbai presents Tijana T
17 November
Tijana T is a multi-hyphenate. This DJ, journalist and singer from Belgrade has played Berghain, Boiler Room and some of the biggest festivals including Amsterdam’s Dekmantel. Catch her at Mumbai’s Kitty Su.
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Sassoon Dock Art Project Curated Tour
4 & 25 November
Don’t miss one of the most amazing displays of street art, tucked away inside Sassoon Docks. Sign up for a guided walk that traces the history of the dock and its people, and also breaks down why the docks became a canvas for the St+Art India 2017 art project.
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Rekha@Sixty: Transient Worlds of Belonging 
Ongoing till 30 November
Artist Rekha Rodwittiya’s solo exhibition at Mumbai’s Sakshi Gallery presents a new series of works on paper. The Baroda-based artist mines her life and career to revisit her childhood in Bangalore, her teenage years influenced by ’70s icons such as Peter Blake, The Beatles and Mary Quant and recent travels.
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So It Goes
Ongoing till 22 November
Artist Yardena Kurulkar first solo show with Chemould Prescott Road deals with mortality. The title ties back to Kurt Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse-Five, wherein he punctuates every death with the transitional phrase “so it goes”.
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things to do in mumbai, pallavi paul, project 88Not a Simple Disappearance, but a Slow Dissolution
Ongoing till 26 November
Artist Pallavi Paul opens her second solo show at Project 88. The show addresses the questions of resilience, violence and the agility of thought. Paul’s film The Dreams of Cynthia, is on view as well.
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THEATRE

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Prithvi Theatre Festival
3 to 12 November
The fest clocks 40 strong years with this edition. This edition is special, for it extends all the way to South Bombay – with Prithvi Fringe taking over venues like Royal Opera House and G5A. Don’t miss Motley’s The Truth, director Faezeh Jalali’s A Farming Story, and talks featuring actor Kalki Koechlin and director Ramu Ramanathan.
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Jashn-E-Qalam | Manto & Parsai
11 November
Short stories by two icons of Hindustani literature, Sa’adat Hasan Manto and Harishankar Parsai, come to life.  Manto’s Mammad Bhai and Parsai’s Inspector Matadin Chand Par leap off the page, in this adaptation by actors Vicky Ahuja and Rakesh Chaturvedi.
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