Mumbai (Mumbai) entertainment

Top Choice Opera in Mumbai (Mumbai)

Royal Opera House

India's only surviving opera house reopened to suitably dramatic fanfare with a 2016 performance by Mumbai-born British soprano Patricia Rozario, after a meticulous six-year restoration project that saw the regal ad…
Cinema in Mumbai (Mumbai)

Liberty Cinema

The stunning art deco Liberty was once the queen of Hindi film – think red-carpet openings with Dev Anand. It fell on hard times in recent years, but is on the rebound and is now hosting films again. It's near Bomba…
Theatre in Mumbai (Mumbai)

National Centre for the Performing Arts

This vast cultural centre is the hub of Mumbai’s highbrow music, theatre and dance scene. In any given week, it might host experimental plays, poetry readings, photography exhibitions, a jazz band from Chicago or In…
Live Music in Mumbai (Mumbai)


The Royal Opera House's signature entertainment venue (besides the Opera House itself, that is), the Quarter counts unique spaces like an airy, glass-fronted cafe and mozzarella bar, a Creole-cuisine-inspired restau…
Theatre in Mumbai (Mumbai)

Prithvi Theatre

A Juhu institution that’s a great place to see both Hindi- and English-language theatre or an art-house film, with the Prithvi Cafe for drinks. Its excellent theatre festival in November showcases contemporary India…
Comedy in Mumbai (Mumbai)

Canvas Laugh

A popular comedy club that hosts around 50 shows per month, with twice-nightly programs on weekends (most comedians use English). It’s 900m west of Lower Parel train station inside the High Street Phoenix shopping c…
Spectator Sport in Mumbai (Mumbai)

Wankhede Stadium

Test matches and one-day internationals are played a few times a year here in season (October to April). Contact the Cricket Association for ticket information; for a test match you’ll probably have to pay for the f…
Booking Service in Mumbai (Mumbai)

NCPA Box Office

Box office for Mumbai's National Centre for the Performing Arts. You can also book online at Book My Show (
Cinema in Mumbai (Mumbai)

Regal Cinema

A faded art deco masterpiece – Mumbai's oldest – that’s good for Hollywood and Indian blockbusters.
Cinema in Mumbai (Mumbai)

Metro INOX

This grande dame of Bombay talkies, formerly known as Metro Big, has been renovated into a multiplex cinema.