- About Us
The only surviving Opera House in India, the Royal Bombay Opera House was built in the early 20th century as a grand Baroque structure with opulent interiors and a pedimented façade. It served as an Opera house and later a cinema hall after which it was shut down for twenty years and faced dereliction and near collapse. The structural rehabilitation of the Opera House is now complete, to be followed by the restoration of its interiors and reviving it once again as the cultural centre of Mumbai.
H.H. Maharaja of Gondal
2009-2012 Structural Conservation & Façade Restoration;
Interior Restoration 2013-onwards