Mumbai: Aaj Ka Scene, May 15, 2017

Here is a list of things to do to make your evenings more happening

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Are you one of those people who has no clue what to do after work? Even if you are hanging out with friends, do you wish you could do some new places to visit or new gigs to watch? Here’s Bayside Journal’s – Mumbai: Aaj Ka Scene, a list of events that you can attend this evening.

Boombastic Mondays Karaoke Night

#BoombasticMondays take over!! #KaraokeNight where we keep your inner Marley flying high with a free shot after every song you sing!! Hosted By Half Fry!!

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When: May 15, 2017
Where: Raasta Bombay, Rohan Plaza, 5th Road, S.V. Road, Khar West, Khar, Mumbai, India 400052
Time: 9:30 p.m.
Contact: 086550 00811

Poetry Slam #57: Open Mic

Returning for the 57th edition, get ready for another
Poetry Slam: Open Mic @ Tuning Fork!

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When: May 15, 2017
Where: Tuning Fork – Comedy and Music Cafe, 1st Floor, Hotel Unicontinental, 3rd road, Next to Khar railway station, Khar west, Mumbai, India 400052
Price: Full Cover: Rs. 100
Time: 8:30 p.m.
Contact: 098333 58490, contact@tuningforkstudios.com

Comedy on the Big Mic #161 hosted by Naveen Richard

Big Mic welcomes you to another night of virgin hilarity. Catch performers go up on stage for the first time, up and coming comedians try out fresh material and experienced comedians try out new material on you for the first time.

Your host this week is Comedian, Character Artist and Youtuber Naveen Richard.

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When: May 15, 2017
Where: The Cuckoo Club, 5AA, Mc Ronnel’s Compound, Pali Hill Road, Next to Learner’s Academy, Bandra West, Mumbai, India 400050
Time: 8 p.m.
Contact: 096199 62969, community@alivehive.org
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Deconstruct 04 with Rekha Rodwittiya

Deconstruct is a monthly event at RAD where we invite people with interesting stories to share their experiences in a Presentation + Interactive Q&A format.

RAD design studio is hosting Rekha Rodwittiya as our guest speaker at Deconstruct 04, on Monday the 15th of May 2017. Don’t miss seeing the incredibly talented Artist/Independent curator/Writer/Teacher share her work and thoughts.

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When: May 15, 2017
Where: Human Factors International, 247 Park, Hincon House, Mumbai, India
Price: Free
Time: 5 p.m.
Contact: 022-40170400

Different Acting Workshops of Five Senses

The classes at Five Senses are conducted by NSD & FTII alumni faculty members who passionately teach the craft through practical and theory classes, improvisations, games, exercises etc.

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When: May 15, 2017
Where: Five Senses Theatre, Andheri West, Mumbai, India
Time: 7 p.m.
Contact: 099677 80425, 5sensesentertainment@gmail.com

Lo Manthang: The Upper Mustang Trek

The Kingdom of Lo-Manthang or Mustang situated at an altitude of 3770m is an independent kingdom within Nepal and its King having allegiance to the King of Nepal. Though the people call themselves Lobas – people from Lo, they are very much Tibetan and practice a sophisticated culture and economy. The King’s palace is an imposing 4 – storey building in the center of the walled city. It is the home of the ex-king – Jigme Parbal Bista. The Honorary title “Bist – a high caste title in Nepali” was conferred by the King of Nepal. Though his duties are largely ceremonial, he is respected by the people and consulted about many issues by villagers throughout Lo. Despite the apparent squalor of Lo Manthang, the city is prosperous and maintains a strong sense of community.

This is a restricted area. Foreign visitors have been allowed to the region since 1992, but tourism to Upper Mustang is regulated. Foreigners need to obtain a special permit to enter and costing US$ 500.00 per person for first 10 days and an additional US$ 50 per day for each additional day.

Mustang is rich in Buddhist culture similar to Tibet. So, it is an alternate way to experience the Tibetan culture and Landscape. Tiji Festival in Lo-Manthang is another attraction for tourists.

When: May 15, 2017
Where: Countryside Adventure Holidays, 35, Vawda Building, 252, L.J Road, Shivaji Park, Dadar(West), Mumbai, India 400028
Time: 5 p.m.
Contact: +91-2407-1220/21/22 / +91 9869201443
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Binya Ki Chatri continues

“Dekho re Dekho, Binya ki Chatri”, a Hindi – English Play
We, the band of certified Storytellers from Secret Passages, will be presenting 1 and a half hour Play performance for children of class 4. This will include 45 minutes of Play and 45 minutes of Story Harvest (Workshop on Play). The Play is an adaptation from the book ,”The Blue Umbrella” by Ruskin Bond , a story Of a little girl Binya who is attracted to a Blue Umbrella and gives her lucky leopard claw in exchange. Everyone in the village envied her blue umbrella including the Tea stall Owner Ram Bharosa .This believable fable will be enacted by our band of Performer storytellers this summer.

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Some added features for “ Binya ki Chathri ”
• It will be a Musical play with natural sound instruments
• Body Movements and Dance to enhance expressions
• Interactive Theatre
• Recycled resources like dupattas, boxes
• Lyrical and rhythmic
• Performance Storytelling

Story Harvest : A 45 minute workshop on the Play to help build community and communication…Stimulating exercises that bring out a storyteller in each child

When: May 15, 2017
Where: Leon’s World, Rustomjee Thane
Time: 5 p.m.
Contact: 09665036987

 

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