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Check out what can you do in Mumbai today.Learn to manage your finances better

Do the concepts of mutual funds and investment leave you confused? Worry not, Spin Wealth Consultants’ Become Money Smart workshop will help you overcome this fear and introduce you to concepts that will help you manage your finances better. From creating savings and additional source of income to understanding and selecting mutual funds, this session will cover a wide range of topics to help you comprehend the concept of investment.
6 pm. Entry: Rs 499. Visit:

Attend an art workshop

Warli art is a traditional art form which originated in Maharashtra. This tribal art uses three basic shapes — a circle, a triangle, and a square — to create concepts and ideas that depict a story. This workshop will help participants understand the concept of Warli art, create human figures with the help of the basic shapes, and tell them what to keep in mind to convey a story through Warli Art, among other concepts.
4.30 pm. Entry: Rs 450. Visit


Pick between two cooking classes

Macaron baking

Indulge in some delectable macarons with Pooja Dhingra, the chef behind all those yummy macarons and desserts from Le 15 Pâtisserie and Café. Here, you will learn how to make chocolate macaron shell, dark chocolate ganache and she will also share tips and tricks on how to make these sumptuous sweets at home. PS: This class does not feature eggless recipes.
7 pm. Entry: Rs 2,360. Visit:

Fun smoothies

If you want to learn how to whip up something healthy, sign up for this class. Smoothies are packed with nutrients and energy boosters and they give a perfect start to your mornings. They are amazing for improving one’s digestion. The learning roster for this workshop includes minty magic, paan shot, chocolate delight, the love smoothie and smoothie bowl.
5.30 pm. Entry: Rs 300. Visit:


The Croft

In the remote Scottish Highlands, two women arrive at a former Crofters house in the deserted village of Coillie Ghille. Things take an expected turn when they are cut off from the modern world. The protagonists Laura and Suzanne discover the dark history of the Croft and the lives that passed before them. Directed by Philip Franks and scripted by Ali MIlles, the play stars Gwen Taylor, Caroline, Drew Cain, Lucy Doyle and Simon Roberts. Do not miss the streaming of this play.
July 3 to 5, 7 pm. Entry: Rs 499. Visit:

Art of Scriptwriting

Many aspiring filmmakers might have a great idea for a story, however it takes a lot of hard work and other details to turn it into a script. If you are stuck and want guidance on scriptwriting, check out this workshop by writer and storyteller Vikash Kumar. In this session, you will learn tips on ideating, turning an idea into a story and how to convert that story into a script.
July 5, 3 pm. Entry: Rs 200. Visit: