Short of Cash? Here Are The Best Things To Do In Mumbai Under INR 500
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Short of Cash? Here Are The Best Things To Do In Mumbai Under INR 500

Dive into 2018 in Mumbai with a wide choice of comedy, live music, and offers on drinks at neighbourhood bars!

It's raining new stand-up comedy
The city's winter may have ended, but it comes with a fresh wave of live comedy. Catch seasoned comic Karunesh Talwar, along with Siddharth Dudeja and Unnati Marfatia perform at 10:20:30 in BKC on Jan 24. Angad Singh Ranyal and Biswa Kalyan Rath are experimenting with fresh material. Catch Angad in Taaza Maal (Jan 25) and Biswa's Is Writing New Jokes (Feb 23). February also comes with writer-comedian Kautuk Srivastava taping his Amazon Prime special, titled Anatomy of Awkward. Kunal Kamra and Urooj Ashfaq combine forces to perform together at LOLStars on Feb 17.

Get some great deals on drinks!
Insider presents BARgain - terrific offers on drinks, starting at just Rs 99 (you read that right!). Offers currently available at The Daily (Bandra), Bombay Cocktail Bar (Andheri West), Raasta (Khar), Blanco (Andheri West) and True Tramm Trunk (BKC & Juhu). For details and to buy coupons, head here.

Attend live performances of Western classical & local indie music
At a monthly session, the folk at Harkat Studios invite musicians from all over the globe to perform Western classical pieces. The performances are punctuated with stories about the composer's life, casually breaking down the 'high art' barrier. This edition (Jan 28) features artists from Poland, Japan, and Sweden performing pieces on cello, violin, and piano. Mughda Hasabnis leads on vocals (Jan 19) with a performance at The Quarter that adds a Hindustani layer to jazz. Singer Aditi Ramesh will perform tunes from her eclectically-inspired debut EP, Autocorrect, at The Quarter the very next day (Jan 20).

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