Short of Cash? Here Are The Best Things To Do In Mumbai Under INR 500
Wallet feeling light? Here's where you can head out in Mumbai at pocket-friendly expenses.
All the comedy you can get
Dare to get roasted by Biswa at Reverse Therapy as he interacts with the audience for an hour (April 3). Ashish Shakya, Rohan Joshi and other popular comics will be testing their material at The Cuckoo Cafe's Joke Lab Tuesdays over the course of this month. Tired of being in the audience? See if you're made of the funny stuff at HaikuJAM's Grin Wednesdays, an open mic night featuring Rahul Dua (April 17).
Catch more trial shows, comedy acts and open mics here.
Live music at pocket-friendly prices
Catch an urban ecologist's 'Earthsongs', a performance that combines music with spatial experiences at Harkat Studios on April 7. There's a vinyl pop up at Corona Garden on April 13 celebrating the beauty of records which also features live performances from artists like Nikhil D'Souza and Tejas. You can listen to a blend of tabla, guitar, violin and Sufi at the Royal Opera House on April 17.
Theatre, dance and poetry!
Watch 'In Search of Dariya Sagar' at The Mumbai Assembly, Bandra (April 6 - 7), a play that won the Hindu Playwright Award and features two protagonists that have opposing relationships with their heritage and identity (one moaning the loss of her language and identity, the other trying to disavow his). On the other hand, you can choose to explore your identity through dance in a judgement-free, step-free space in No Lights, No Lycra at the Cuckoo Club every Sunday. If you prefer your beats in meter and not music, catch upcoming poets in an open mic poetry night at The Matchbox Cowork, Andheri (April 7).
More things to do in the city for less
Check out India's first confluence celebrating beauty, haircare and skincare will be happening at Dome, Worli!
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