Why Don’t We? Places and Spaces Exhibition
Mon 8 May – Fri 23 June Opening times: 9am – 5pm Mon – Fri, 9am – 1pm Sat | Free Why Don’t We (WDW) is a Bradford-based group of learning disabled artists, who meet Read more…
The Inner Vision Orchestra Quintet with Baluji Shrivastav OBE
Sat 3 Jun| 7.30pm | Pay What You Decide The Inner Vision Orchestra was founded in 2012 and is the world’s only professional ensemble of blind musicians. Their extensive repertoire moves between songs from Iran, Read more…
Wed 7 – Sat 10 Jun | 7.30pm | Pay What You Decide SHAME: The Final Frontier These are the voyages of the star ship Besharam [Shame-LESS] Join Captain Sid Akbar, on a mission to explore cultural identity, Read more…
Mahmud Manning | Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow Exhibition
Mon 3 Jul – Fri 30 Jul Opening times: 9am – 5pm Mon – Fri, 9am – 1pm Sat | Free This exhibition ‘Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow’ features work created by local people from Bradford Read more…
BLINK Dance Theatre: ELVIS DIED OF BURGERS
Thu 6 Jul | 7.30pm | Pay What You Decide ELVIS DIED OF BURGERS is made and performed by the four BLINK directors who love food. If they’re not eating; they’re talking about it, dreaming Read more…
Zoobin Surty Karma Dance: Bollywood Tyohar – Festivals of India
Sat 8 Jul | 7.30pm | £10 A colourful journey uniting religions, rituals and dance celebrations to capture the colours, sounds and flamboyancy of Bollywood! Sat 8 Jul | 7.30pm | £10
Bloomin’ Buds: Edinburgh Previews
Thu 20 – Sat 22 Jul | 7.30pm | Pay What You Decide Bloomin’ Buds are back with three new plays tackling big topics, from burn out and addiction to foodbanks and domestic violence. Catch Read more…
Fri 28 Jul 12pm + 7.30pm & Sat 29 Jul 12pm + 5pm | £5-14 The fifth instalment of QM Records’ gathering comes to Bradford for two nights of top vibes and live music. Featuring a Read more…
You can view our past programmes here.
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.