Went with my family for my dad's birthday celebration and we really weren't sure what to expect because of the 'cabaret' and 'extravaganza' titles - was it going to be a series of theatrical songs with outlandish costumes, would it be more like a musical with a story or a dance-along show...?
Well. we were blown away! It was really more like a musical but in an intimate venue. What we loved the most was that all the dancers were Indian and from Mumbai and all of them, world class. There was truly spectacular choreography interspersed with humour and audience participation, it was superb and non-stop entertainment.
Staff were fab, all dancing & singling along (even in Hindi!) and nothing was too much to ask them - in particular a shout-out to the lovely Rasheedat for looking after us so well and making my dad's birthday even more special.
If there is one complaint, it's a small one and that would be the food. Although delicious, it's not spectacular though supposedly prepared by a famous Indian chef and the quantity is very modest for the ticket price. Drinks are definitely pricey, even softs were very expensive which is bit cheeky given the ticket prices. However, we weren't overly bothered by this relatively small detail as the show is the main draw. Highly recommend seeing Mumbai Masal.