After spending almost eight hours at work, wouldn't you like to head out for some fun? Just catch up with friends, have a delicious meal, watch a movie, or attend an event. Well, if you live in Mumbai, it doesn't matter which part of the city you are in, you will always find a place that provides entertainment. Here’s a list of the venues in the city you need to visit if you want to have a great time.
This one has been around for years, and still remains one of the most popular places for stand-up comedy shows. Events take place throughout the week, with the ones on the weekdays being slightly cheaper. Located at the Palladium, it has a chilled out ambience. You also have a lot of options to dine and drink post your show.
Cafe Zoe is a fantastic restaurant that serves authentic European food. From flavorful pasta to giant burgers to sinful desserts, you'll find it all on their menu. Now, while enjoying your meal, you can also catch a live show. Sounds like an awesome combo, right?
The Royal Opera House Theatre is ramped and how! It now boasts of state-of-the-art facilities and is easily one of the poshest venues in the city. It reopened with Rediscover The Epic and some of the biggest plays in the country are set to take place there.
People living in Malad do not have to travel to other parts of the city to catch an event. CLAP is a super cool venue that hosts stand-up comedy events as well as pays. The ticket prices are generally on the cheaper side, which is one more reason why you need to pay this place a visit.
Located at Mahalaxmi, the G5A Foundation for Contemporary Culture is a non-profit space for experimental art and theatre. From international film screenings to talks, you can catch them all. Popular plays like 9 Parts of Desire as well as plays from Aadyam 2017 have taken place here. If you are visiting that part of town, do check it out.
This small and cozy venue is situated in the heart of Andheri's Aram Nagar. Studio Tamaasha isn’t a fancy place, but gives a homely, personal vibe. The audience generally sits on mattresses and benches, rather than plush seats, which encourages them to connect with the performers better.