Out and about: Dining with music
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CONCEPTUALISED with the aim of giving hotel guests a chance to engage with musicians, Renaissance Mumbai Convention Centre Hotel, Powai, has brought their international property RLife Live to India. The Raghu Dixit Project will perform alongside sitar player Asad Khan this evening for the first edition of this event. Every Saturday following this, will see performances by different musicians.
At the Renaissance Mumbai Convention Centre Hotel, Powai, today.
Just in time
Theatre lovers should lap up All in the Timing, a collection of short plays by David Ives, mostly comedies, that talks about one's timing or chances in life. Directed by Faezeh Jalali, each of the plays deals with this subject in different ways, through wordplay, perspectives on life or relationships between people. Seven of the original 14 plays have been adapted to an Indian context for this performance.
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