Here is everything you need to know about the range of classes we offer!
Kala Sangam offers a fantastic range of fun-filled dance, music, theatre and language classes for both children and adults. Click through the pages below to find out more about each class.
Inspired by the sights and sounds of the world’s biggest film industry, this class is a great way to keep fit whilst learning spectacular routines.
Join the Breakin community at our classes in partnership with Tranquil Productions. Whether you like the Hip Hop culture, are curious to find out more, or want to improve your strength, stamina and flexibility – these classes will get you up on your hands and feet to the beat.
Our Bharatanatyam Academy offers accredited ISTD training in the classical Indian dance style Bharatanatyam. This dance style tells stories through hand gestures, foot work, facial expressions, and neck and head movements.
Movement! is our Monday evening provision for adults with a disability, learning disability or autism and carers. These sessions are a fun way to learn dance, choreography and performance skills with our partner Dance for Life.
Our Punjabi arts delivery is in partnership with Punjabi Roots Academy on Wednesday nights. We deliver colourful and lively Bhangra dancing as well as Dhol drumming.
No Bounds is aimed at energetic and enthusiastic boys, aged 7 – 11, who want to develop and learn new dance skills. Suitable for a range of abilities from beginners to those who have previous dance experience.
Freedom Studios Youth Theatre is open to new members, aged between 11 – 19 years. FSYT offers weekly workshops where young people can come together, make friends and work with professional theatre practitioners to make great theatre.
Bradford Friendship Choir is a joyful singing sanctuary in Bradford, open to all kinds of people. They focus on welcoming and supporting refugees and people seeking asylum, and on celebrating our diversity through the power of song.
Learn to speak, read and write in Tamil – a language that is predominantly spoken in India and Sri Lanka, by the Tamil diaspora and the Sri Lankan Moors. Everyone who would love to learn Tamil is welcome. The course itself is quite flexible, you can choose to either take up exams or just learn to read, write and speak.