Known as India’s first live entertainment, leisure and theatre destination, Kingdom of Dreams boasts off an amalgamation of India’s finest art, craft, culture, heritage, cuisine and performing arts. Located at the heart of golden triangle (Agra, Delhi and Jaipur), it is spread across 6 acres and run by “Great Nautanki Company” (joint venture of Apra group and Wizcraft). Kingdom of Dreams has a Nautanki Mahal, a cultural based cuisine area known as Culture Gully and a Showshaa Theatre.
Nautanki Mahal is one of the most hi-tech auditoriums in India, with can accommodate 835 people. This state-of-the-art auditorium is designed like a grand palace, and stages larger than life Indian as well as International theatrical productions. It features a hydraulic stage, a high quality matrix sound system and automated fly bars, making the theatre experience real. For e.g, if there’s a restaurant scene in the show; you would be able to smell the food’s aroma. At present, it stages two shows –“ Zangoora” and “Jhumroo”. There are six shows each of Jhumroo and Zangoora during the week, beginning from Tuesday to Sunday.
Indeed, the Showshaa theatre is a recently opened amphitheatre with seating capacity of 350. It is complete with a soaring tent and multiple theatrical performances take place including productions based on Indian mythology.
Culture Gully showcases exotic arts, crafts and Food Boulevard at the 'Kingdom of Dreams'. This air-conditioned marvel is laid across 100,000 sq. ft., with thematic restaurants and live kitchens from over 14 states of India. They represent full vibrancy and grandeur with the taste of traditionalism in the architecture and decor. By walking through the Gully under a sky dome, ornate architecture and taste of delicacies belonging to different Indian states is a true gourmet’s delight. It also possesses IIFA Buzz, a Bollywood-themed resto-bar located on the first floor of Culture Gully. Launched on September 1, 2010 by actor, Salman Khan, IIFA Buzz has the ability to dazzle with its star memorabilia, red velvet carpets and historic film props.