Top header Banner
Top header Banner
Middle top Banner

Mrs Kapoor’s Daughter’s Wedding set to make West End debut

Director Archana Kumar and her ensemble are set to make history with their theatrical production, Mrs Kapoor’s Daughter’s Wedding, marking the first British Gujarati theatre performance to grace the prestigious West End.

The dedicated cast, hailing from Harrow, has been diligently rehearsing in Harrow Central each week in preparation for this momentous occasion. The three-month tour, which began on 6th April will culminate in a grand finale at the renowned Adelphi Theatre in London’s West End on 16th July.

This gala event promises not only a red-carpet exclusive but also a significant milestone, with the show having entertained over 100,000 audience members.

The closing one-night performance at the esteemed Adelphi Theatre assures an interactive and immersive experience. Attendees can engage from either the bride’s side (Red) or the groom’s side (Blue), ensuring an unforgettable evening for all.

Since its inception, the production has garnered widespread acclaim for seamlessly blending comedy, dance, and music, captivating audiences and establishing itself as a cultural phenomenon. Featuring immersive Indian wedding rituals like the vidai ceremony, ring ceremony, and the groom’s shoe-hiding tradition, the play not only entertains but also educates on cultural practices.

Mrs Kapoor’s Daughter’s Wedding director Archana Kumar

Archana Kumar, the creative force behind the production, expressed her enthusiasm for showcasing British Asian culture on stage, remarking, “I am immensely proud of the talent and the culture we have in Harrow. This production is not just a spectacle; it’s the essence of our British Asian heritage. We aspire for this to create more opportunities for South Asian artists in Harrow.”

Tickets are available from this link.