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The Magic Fish

As part of the Family Learning Festival, ATMA Dance and Mayuri Boonham performs the story of a classic Indian folk tale retold through a dance - The Magic Fish. The production is an interactive performance that uses dance, music, interactive storytelling and beat-boxing for young thinking minds between five and nine

Competition: Win Two Tickets To Outlands At Kala Sangam

Bradfordian has two free tickets to give away to this Thursday's performance of Outlands by the 2Faced Dance Company, courtesy of Kala Sangam. This unique one-off programme of work celebrates up and coming female choreographers commissioned as part of 2Faced Dance Company’s The BENCH India and UK programme.Keep reading to find

Big name guests for charity Steampunk and Gothic fair

Icons from the cult rock band New Model Army will make a guest appearance at Bradford’s charity Steampunk and Gothic fair on Saturday. (September 23)Justin Sullivan, frontman with the Bradford-based band and Joolz Denby, the renowned poet, writer, artist and tattooist, who designs for and performs with the band, will

Kala Sangam To Host Contemporary Dance Triple Bill

Kala Sangam hosts an extraordinary triple bill of contemporary dance as part of 2Faced Dance Company’s The BENCH India and The BENCH UK commissions confirms cultural ties between India and the UK as part of UK-India Year of Culture 2017. 2Faced Dance Company premieres a vivacious and gripping triple bill of

Artists Takeover Scratch Night

This summer Kala Sangam opened its doors to a group of exciting artists to create, play, rehearse and develop new work – they called it their Artists Takeover.Askshay Sharma, Lucie Lee and Kamala Devam premiere their scratch performances at Kala Sangam Arts Centre, Bradford.Join us for an evening of new

Bradford Brewery to give new life to city centre ale house

Bradford Brewery is to re-open the city centre’s once-popular Exchange Ale House, which has lain empty for the past four years.The Brewery has taken on a lease from Trust Inns for the bar which is below the stunning Grade 1 listed Wool Exchange on Market Street, with its brick arches

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