Rifco announces British Asian playwrights for this year’s bespoke artist development programme

Rifco Associates was launched in 2015 to address the lack of opportunity for British Asian artists in the theatre sector. Since then 25 artists have been supported through the programme from a range of artistic practice including writers, lyricists,...

Sampad South Asian Arts and Heritage celebrates 30th anniversary

Sampad South Asian Arts and Heritage, one of the UK’s leading South Asian Arts and Culture organisations, is celebrating its 30th Anniversary with the launch of a year-long programme of specially commissioned events, performances and arts partnerships.

Adam Karim (Sajit Khan), Assad Zaman(Saleem Khan), Dharmesh Patel (Abdul Khan), Salma Hoque (Meenah Khan) and Simon Nagra (George Khan) join the previously announced comedy award-winning actress Pauline McLynn (Ella Khan) and original West End...

Eastern Thespians Ltd presents Uttoradhikaar (The inheritance), a story of identity, roots and love. 1958, Goa - Margarita De Cunha, Portuguese by descent...

Twelve is a creative response to a shocking statistic from the Metropolitan Police: In the UK on average each year twelve women are murdered by family members in so called ‘honour’ killings.

The National Theatre at South Bank played host to the magnificent play, Dara. Dara is a play has been adapted by Tanya Ronder from Shahid Nadeem's play, which was originally performed by Ajoka Theatre, Pakistan.

The Mayor of Solihull, Cllr Kate Wild and Satinder Kaur Taunque OBE, West Midlands’ Deputy Lieutenant, were applauded as role models, as part of International Women’s Day.

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