• Together in Bradford Exhibition – The People Powered Press

    Together in Bradford Exhibition – The People Powered Press

    Thu 01 Sept – Mon 31 Oct | Mon – Fri 9am – 5pm & Sat 9 am – 3pm | Free A retrospective exhibition of letterpress street art from the People Powered Press, displayed Read more…

  • SOLD OUT: Cashy C’s: The Musical

    SOLD OUT: Cashy C’s: The Musical

    Please note: Cashy C’s: The Musical does not take place at Kala Sangam. In Bradford, it will be at the former Fulton’s Foods on John Street and in Keighley at Keighley Creative on Hanover Street. Read more…

  • Open Mic Poetry Night

    Open Mic Poetry Night

    Thu 13 Oct | 7.30pm | Pay What You Decide Join us to celebrate National Poetry Day with an evening of poetry and spoken word by local performers. In partnership with Spoke Poetry Hub. Open mic Read more…

  • Normanton Street

    Normanton Street

    Sat 15 Oct | 7.30pm | £5 Armed with distinct vocals and effortlessly fusing elements of hip-hop, soul and jazz, Normanton Street are headlining their first Bradford show. Named for the BD street where Ned Read more…

  • These Men & Chemaine Cooke: From Stone

    These Men & Chemaine Cooke: From Stone

    Thu 27 Oct | 7.30pm | Pay What You Decide Take a journey through the strata of the earth’s surface, into quarries and buildings, over walls and through geological time scales as These Men and Read more…

  • Pick and Mix

    Pick and Mix

    Tue 01 – Fri 04 Nov | 7.30pm Sat 05 Nov | 2pm & 7.30pm By Kat Rose Martin Directed by Alex Chisholm Designed by Madi Omatseone Produced in association with Leeds Studio Funded by Read more…

You can view our past programmes here.

About Us

Kala Sangam is an intercultural arts hub which aims to reflect the diversity of contemporary Britain through the work we present, the artists we support and the communities we engage.

Specialising in South Asian arts and culture, most of our work takes place in our Arts Centre in the heart of Bradford (in between Bradford Cathedral and The Broadway Shopping Centre) with our outreach activities extending regionally and nationally.

In Sanskrit, ‘Kala’ means arts and ‘Sangam’ means a meeting point. Kala Sangam aims to bring people and communities together to create and experience high-quality diverse art, to increase understanding and awareness of different cultures, and to provide talent development pathways for young people and emerging artists into a career in the arts.