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Updated: April 4, 2014 14:59 IST

The week ahead

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Standup: Older. Angrier. Hairier

New York-based comedian Radhika Vaz, having just turned 40, looks at the funny side of the challenges of ageing in a culture that puts the value of youth at a pedestal, her decision to not have children and her struggle to overcome chores.

Tickets: Rs. 500

@ blueFROG, D 2, Mathuradas Mills Compound, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel

When: April 05 (Saturday)

Time: 8:30 pm

Contact: 022-61586158, 022-65251716, 022-65251718


Shopping: The Lil Flea

A colourful flea market with merchandise, pop-up cafes selling street and experimental food, two music zones, short film screenings, workshops, games and more!

Entry: Rs. 50

@ Reclamation Ground

When: April 05, 06 (Saturday, Sunday)

Time: 10:00 am - 10:00 pm


Nature walk: Kanheri Upper Trail

Bombay Natural History Society is organising a walk through the Sanjay Gandhi National Park. It is the perfect time to see Greater Racket-tailed Drongo, Shikra, Grey Jungle Fowl and Indian Peafowl. The trail leads a rocky plateau near Kanheri Caves, excellent for viewing raptors like Crested Serpent Eagle and spectacular views of the National Park.

Charges: Rs. 700 for members and Rs. 750 for non-members.

@ Sanjay Gandhi National Park

When: April 06 (Sunday)

Time: Reporting time - SGNP main gate at 7.30 a.m. To conclude at 11 am

Details/registration: Call Hornbill House - 22871202/2282181, or email:


Theatre: The Interview

Akvarious Productio’s award-winning play The Interview is about a bright, young man who faces a job interview that his past experiences haven’t prepared him for. Nothing he learnt in college, university or his last few jobs helps him face the most unusual and challenging hour of his life. But he’s keen to land the job! Seems familiar?

Tickets: Rs. 150

@ Prithvi Theatre, 20, Janki Kutir, Juhu Church Road, Juhu

When: April 09 (Wednesday)

Time: 4 pm, 7 pm, 9.30 pm

Contact: 022-26149546


Films: Reel Life

Alliance Francaise de Bombay in partnership with Vikal Film Archive is organising a screening of two films. It will followed by an interaction with the filmmakers.

Chronicles of a temple painter by Shravan Katikaneni: A Hindu family with an adopted Muslim child is caught between Hindu groups who are strongly against the idea and Muslim groups pressurising them to hand over the child to a Muslim orphanage.

Tamaash (The Puppet), by Devanshu Kumar and Satyanshu Singh: Anzar is challenged to outscore the high-achieving Sadat in the next exam for which he seeks the help of a mysterious stranger. But following his advice may have serious and unintended consequences.

@ Alliance Francaise Auditorium, Alliance Francaise de Bombay, Building No. 40, Theosophy Hall, V Thackersey Marg, New Marine Lines, Churchgate

When: April 11 (Friday)

Time: 6:30 pm onwards

Contact: 022-22035993

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