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Top QTube Café Events in May 2018

Thursday, April 26th, 2018

If it’s too hot outdoors, step into QTube Café to cool off and also to enjoy some fun events. Here are the top events happening in May. Grab a pen and mark these dates, for you surely don’t want to miss any of these.

For poets

Irshaad’s 12th Poetry Open Mic

Irshaad invites poets to bring their original pieces and perform them for a fun audience. If you’d like to participate, register on this link:

Date: 5th May

Time: 4 – 9.45 pm

Entry: Free


Aaina is an open mic platform for all the poets of Mumbai Circuit. Attend the event to listen to poets perform their best works.

Date: 11th May

Time: 5 – 9 pm

Entry: Free

ShOUT: Show Out By Boost Thyself

An open mic event in which we feature Poets and Storytellers to share their content and showcase their talent.

To register for the event:

Date: 12th May

Time: 4 – 9 pm

Entry: Free

Bards of Mumbai

An exclusive ghazal and shayari open mic event. The aim of the event is to preserve classical Urdu/Hindi (Hindustani) poetry.

Date: 13th May

Time: 5 – 9 pm

Entry: Free

Flashback Stories

Open Mic – Pen, Poetry (only for Poets)

For registrations kindly inbox Facebook:

Date: 20th May

Time: 5 – 8 pm

Entry: Rs. 100


Cloth and Paper Bag making workshop by Laja

The workshop will teach participants how to make eco-friendly bags. Open only to women. To register:

Date: 5th May

Time: 12.30 – 3.30 pm

Entry: Rs. 700

Mother & Child bonding workshop

Aspen life coaching services is organizing a mother and child bonding workshop to relive and strengthen the bond between a mother and child through enjoyable interactions and fulfilling activities.

Date: 5th May

Time: 8 am – 12 pm

Entry: Free

I & Myself – An Interactive Workshop

Attend this workshop to discover and explore your relationship with yourself! To register:

Date: 6th May

Time: 10.30 am – 2.30 pm

Entry: Rs. 700 (Inclusive of workbook and notes)

Jewellery Making Workshop

Learn the basic Crochet techniques to make fancy earrings in a couple of hours. For more details:

Date: 12th May

Time: 1 – 4 pm

Entry: Rs. 300

Intensive Ghazal Writing Workshop

This Ghazal Writing workshop will start from the basics of the form, its history and origin and will end with you getting a taste of writing one yourself. Even if you don’t write or intend to, this will sure give you a sense of appreciating it more in its true essence.

Date: 13th May

Time: 10 am – 5 pm

Entry: Rs. 1000 (Inclusive of lunch, tea and coffee)

Toybank Workshop

Toybank promotes a right to play for all children. This event is to bring people together and play different board games. Help understand the power of play.

Date: 24th May

Time: 6.30 – 8 pm

Entry: Free

Top QTube Cafe Events in January

Friday, January 5th, 2018



Important notice: The cafe will remain shut from the 6 – 14th of Jan on account of renovation work. All events during that time have been cancelled. We’ll be up and running soon, so please bear with us. Kindly check our Facebook page to stay updated on the opening date.

Date: 15th & 16th Jan, 2018

Event: Voice of Vitiligo

Time: 6 – 9 pm

Entry: Free

Details: The meetup aims to spread awareness about Vitiligo and thus stamp out the stigma attached to it.

Date: 19th Jan, 2018

Event: Workshop on career choices

Time: 3 – 8 pm

Entry: Rs. 100

Details: In an age where passion and satisfaction are important in any work we do, it is important to understand and choose careers wisely. Come and join to know more about preferences, choices and personality traits.

Date: 20th Jan, 2018

Event: Teenagers workshop by Averti

Time: 10 – 12 pm

Entry: Rs. 499


Event: Leadership and management workshop by Behiver

Time: 1 – 5 pm

Entry: Rs. 100


Event: Poetry open mic by Behiver

Time: 5 – 9 pm

Entry: Rs. 100

Date: 21st Jan, 2018

Event: Parenting workshop by Averti

Time: 9 – 1 pm

Entry: Rs. 2200


Event: Relationship with self workshop by Dr. Preeti Chawla

Time: 2 – 6 pm

Entry: Rs. 400

Details: I & MYSELF is a workshop on one’s relationship with one’s own self; taking care of your emotional health. How well are you accepted and loved? How can you raise your life to a higher level?

Date: 23rd Jan, 2018

Event: Aao kahen dil ki baat

Time: 7 – 9 pm

Entry: Rs. 150

Details:The session invites you to express all you’ve always wished to say via dialogue, a letter, a poem or any other way. The point of the event is getting people to express something they’ve always wanted to, but are afraid to.

Date: 25th Jan, 2018

Event: Playdate by ToyBank

Time: 6.30 – 8 pm

Entry: Free

Details: The ToyBank team promotes development through play. This evening is meant for all to come and explore the world of interesting board games and to understand the power and magic of play.

Date: 27th Jan, 2018

Event: Photography workshop by Behiver

Time: 9 – 1 pm

Entry: Rs. 100

Date: 28th Jan, 2018

Event: Law of attraction

Time: 2 – 8pm

Entry: Free


Event: Parenting workshop

Time: 9 – 1 pm

Entry: Rs. 999

Date: 30th Jan, 2018

Event: Aao kahen dil ki baat (Mahatma Gandhi – Nathuram Godse special)

Time: 7 – 9 pm

Entry: Rs. 150

Details:The session invites you to express all you’ve always wished to say via dialogue, a letter, a poem or any other way. The point of the event is getting people to express something they’ve always wanted to, but are afraid to.

QTube Café hosts Its First Indian Classical Concert

Wednesday, March 8th, 2017

QTube Café has hosted several events these past five months. From open mics to poetry workshops to even something as unexpected as a whistling workshop, we’ve never let the chance to host an interesting event pass us by. However, we’ve never received a request to host a purely classical performance here. A couple of weeks ago, Deepa Devaraj wrote to us and her mail expressed a desire to conduct an Indian classical concert at the café. We accepted her request and soon, a date was decided upon.

On the day of the concert, everyone, including the performers were apprehensive about the event. As Mrs Devaraj revealed at the start of the concert, this was the first time she and her colleagues, Milind Joshi (table player) and Atul Fadke (harmonium player) were performing in such an informal space. Her previous concerts have been held in auditoriums or in friends’ living rooms and so, performing in a café was something they were doing for the very first time. But, as she rightly pointed out, a true performer is one who can immerse herself in her art, no matter where she is, and that’s what Mrs. Devaraj was eager to do. She started off by performing a slow-paced, mellow raga – Raag Puriya Dhanashree, which was perfect for evening listening. Then, she shifted to the more lively and also more difficult Raag Kedar. She left the audience spellbound with her talent and her silvery voice and flawless performance drew repeated rounds of applause. She wound up the concert with a melodious Kabeer bhajan which delighted both young and old listeners. We are immensely grateful to her for gracing our café with such a splendid concert!

Here are a few pictures from the evening.

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If you know of talented classical music performers who are looking out for a venue to perform at, do ask them to mail us a proposal at . We do believe that classical music and musicians deserve more exposure and that performing in unconventional spaces will help spread information about these traditional forms of music to a new audience!