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Finally, an Immersive Dining experience in Mumbai!

DIning and Drama together? Yes Please!

If you like drama and are also a big foodie, there is finally an activity that will bring your two interests together. 

Bringing the eccentric and appetizing world of theatre and food together respectively, PaChaak is putting together 'The Lost Supper'. This program is an immersive experience where conversation is actually encouraged. The play is a two-hour long after-death mysterious theatrical and gastronomical journey over authentic paranormal possessions, dire social messages, waiter-boss relationships, possession-exposé attempts, AI and also, romance. 

Immersive dining theatre is a multi-sensory experience that serves up settings with a difference. In a predominantly screen-based world, PaChaak’s offering creates something that encourages the interaction between the viewer and the medium. The audience is virtually indistinguishable from the players, and this is a type of theatre where a conversation is actually encouraged.  

Providing a gourmet five-course meal+play, The Lost Supper is served by the culinary creativity of Chef Onkar Samarth and has been created and directed by Divya Rani. Immersive dining has just made its way to India and its an experience you should experience at least once. 

When: 30th March
Where: Yiamas, Fort. 
Tickets: INR 3500 onwards

Trends

Finally, an Immersive Dining experience in Mumbai!

DIning and Drama together? Yes Please!

If you like drama and are also a big foodie, there is finally an activity that will bring your two interests together. 

Bringing the eccentric and appetizing world of theatre and food together respectively, PaChaak is putting together 'The Lost Supper'. This program is an immersive experience where conversation is actually encouraged. The play is a two-hour long after-death mysterious theatrical and gastronomical journey over authentic paranormal possessions, dire social messages, waiter-boss relationships, possession-exposé attempts, AI and also, romance. 

Immersive dining theatre is a multi-sensory experience that serves up settings with a difference. In a predominantly screen-based world, PaChaak’s offering creates something that encourages the interaction between the viewer and the medium. The audience is virtually indistinguishable from the players, and this is a type of theatre where a conversation is actually encouraged.  

Providing a gourmet five-course meal+play, The Lost Supper is served by the culinary creativity of Chef Onkar Samarth and has been created and directed by Divya Rani. Immersive dining has just made its way to India and its an experience you should experience at least once. 

When: 30th March
Where: Yiamas, Fort. 
Tickets: INR 3500 onwards

Trends

Finally, an Immersive Dining experience in Mumbai!

DIning and Drama together? Yes Please!

If you like drama and are also a big foodie, there is finally an activity that will bring your two interests together. 

Bringing the eccentric and appetizing world of theatre and food together respectively, PaChaak is putting together 'The Lost Supper'. This program is an immersive experience where conversation is actually encouraged. The play is a two-hour long after-death mysterious theatrical and gastronomical journey over authentic paranormal possessions, dire social messages, waiter-boss relationships, possession-exposé attempts, AI and also, romance. 

Immersive dining theatre is a multi-sensory experience that serves up settings with a difference. In a predominantly screen-based world, PaChaak’s offering creates something that encourages the interaction between the viewer and the medium. The audience is virtually indistinguishable from the players, and this is a type of theatre where a conversation is actually encouraged.  

Providing a gourmet five-course meal+play, The Lost Supper is served by the culinary creativity of Chef Onkar Samarth and has been created and directed by Divya Rani. Immersive dining has just made its way to India and its an experience you should experience at least once. 

When: 30th March
Where: Yiamas, Fort. 
Tickets: INR 3500 onwards

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