In the centre of Mumbai's poshest commercial zone, among the tall glass buildings and well-kept lawns, is a brand-new institution that places a priority on culture.
The newest and largest multidisciplinary cultural facility in the city is the Nita Mukesh Ambani Culture Centre, or NMACC, which is situated in the Bandra Kurla Complex.
Three performance venues can be found at NMACC: the grand 2000-seat Grand Theatre, the cutting-edge 250-seat Studio Theatre, and the exciting 125-seat Cube.
The Grand Theatre is equipped with a world-class integrated Dolby Atmos system and a customizable lighting system augmented.
The enormous 16,000 square foot Art House at NMACC has a display that introduce the public to the riches of Indian and international art.
A genuinely outstanding fashion display was launched in conjunction with the NMACC inauguration and was curated by renowned designer Hamish Bowles.