Back by popular demand, following its sell-out UK tour earlier this year, Bollywood-inspired, British Asian stage spectacle, Mrs Kapoor’s Daughter’s Wedding, returns to Watford Colosseum on Sunday, September 15, as part of its second tour of 2019. Audiences young and old will once again be invited into a typical Asian household as it prepares for a wedding in the family, with all the Bollywood trimmings.

Hailed one of the best British Asian theatre productions of recent years, championed by audiences and critics alike, Mrs Kapoor’s Daughter’s Wedding returns for three further UK tour dates in Watford, Bradford and Leicester, following its unprecedented popularity.

Uniting onstage YouTube sensation Parle Patel, West End singer Shahid Abbas Khan, and singer Drupti Vaja, Mrs Kapoor’s Daughter’s Wedding is a laugh out loud, comedy-dance production for a family audience that follows the life of Mrs Kapoor, played by Parle Patel, who is mother to five daughters, one of whom is getting married.

Watford Observer:

Audiences are taken on a kaleidoscopic journey in true Bollywood style, with hearty measures of romance, drama, comedy and action, through the highs and lows of a typical Asian wedding, from the first family arguments to the couple’s first dance. Mrs Kapoor’s Daughter’s Wedding presents the rollercoaster melodrama of the big, fat Indian wedding, transferred from home to stage.

The production is packed with cultural reference points and nuances, bursting with colour, energy and live comedy sketches. Bollywood dancing that showcases the craft of AK Bollywood dancers is harmonised with live singing, a fashion show and rhythm ‘n’ bass dhol players to create a stage extravaganza.

Watford Colosseum, Rickmansworth Road, Watford, Sunday, September 15, 1.30pm and 6.30pm. Details: 01923 571102