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IN SEARCH OF MY FATHER- The Spirit Of Ubuntu

“What became of the Black people of Sumer?’ the traveller asked the old man, for ancient records show that the people of Sumer were Black. ‘What happened to them?’ ‘Ah,’ the old man sighed, “They lost their hi

Karman - ground breaking heritage projects tells the story of Indian classical dance

‘Karman’, funded by Heritage Lottery Fund is A Living Archive project exhibiting performances and personalities behind forty years of groundbreaking Indian classical dance in the East Midlands.

Dim Sum Nights

“Dim Sum Nights” treat yourself to some fresh new tasty theatre... Fresh, bite sized pieces of theatre by talented British East Asian writers will be served up complete with delicious Dim Sum and tea.

The Funny Side of Earlsfield

The Funny Side of Earlsfield is a regular stand up comedy night at Tara Theatre, showcasing the very best performers from around the UK including new, emerging talent alongside established acts from the world of TV and radio.

Asphalt Kiss

Obsession, Beauty, Murder and Betrayal, the perfect tabloid story - StoneCrabs Celebrates the Centennial of Nelson Rodrigues birth

A Mother's Will

StoneCrabs Theatre Company present a new version of Lorca's House Of Bernarda Alba

Airplay Music

15/04/2011

Riker Maneuver & Denis Fernando

The World in London

22/11/2011

The Photographers Gallery kindly invites you to share your thoughts and perspectives on a dynamic new project in development for Summer 2012.

1 day Chekhov Masterclass with Tamasha Theatre Company

30/11/2011

Director Kristine Landon-Smith is offering one day acting masterclasses for 10 actors and 2 director observers per session.

Talawa Firsts

13/06/2012 - 12/06/2029

Talawa Theatre Company presents Talawa Firsts

Pumpkin Soup for the Soul

31/12/2012

An exciting new play by Kofikofikofi.com Directed by Lunga Yeni

Pumpkin Soup for the Soul

31/12/2012

An exciting new play by Kofikofikofi.com Directed by Lunga Yeni

What Next? A national conversation on new ways to champion the arts and culture

05/02/2013

What Next? is a growing collective of arts and cultural organisations that meets to promote engagement with and support of the brilliant cultural work that happens day-in day-out up and down the country. We know many other colleagues are doing the same.