‘Shakuntala’ Dance Drama

Kalidas' epic tale of love, loss and redemption.

‘Shakuntala’ bursts on to the stage at a theatre near you.
Book your tickets and be part of this magical theatrical experience!

Due to the corona virus pandemic, Subrang Arts is postponing 'Peace and Harmony' concert on 25th April until further notice. New date will be announced in due course.

‘Shakuntala’ Dance Drama - Promo

Recent Exhibition & Events

‘GUJARATI YATRA – Journey of a people’

Exhibition and Events series

From 14 November 2017 until 14 April 2018 the Museum of Croydon (MoC at the Clocktower) hosted Gujarati Yatra – Journey of a People, a multi-dimensional exhibition and events series. This project highlighted the cultural heritage and the historical journey of the Indian Gujarati community from Gujarat, a state along the north-west coast of India, to the east coast of Africa and eventually to countries in North America and Europe.

Media Gallery

What People Says

“ The whole display is a wonderful, colourful, affirmative account of the ability of a people to navigate its double diaspora and to keep intact its spirit and its sense of cultural identity ”

Andrew Steeds – Migration Museum (Gujarati Yatra – Journey of a people’ Exhibition )

“ Emotional-intelligent woven exhibition reflecting a complex subject' 'an example how such an exhibition should be ' ”

Maria Schetelich

“ A very comprehensive set of activities for children to learn from. Full of ideas and historical content. Very interesting ”

Bhadra Vadgama

“The entire endeavour ended on a very high note of cultural satisfaction and joy. The place was packed and there were people from various backgrounds Subrant Arts managed to pull through an amazing year long cultural event in a sustained way, done it with passion and perseverance and to a very high quality level ”

Mohamed Keshavjee

About Us

Subrang Arts is a Registered Charity, a Not for Profit voluntary organisation dedicated to the promotion and development of Asian Art and Culture. ‘Subrang’ means spectrum of colour and it represents the rich cultural heritage of the Indian Sub Continent. One of our objectives is to foster an appreciation and understanding of the rich and diverse heritage that originates from the Sub-Continent, and to help in maintaining its identity in a multicultural society .

We believe that education and entertainment can be combined and to achieve this objective, we organise numerous cultural programmes, exhibitions, heritage projects, music concerts, talks, lectures and demonstrations. We actively engage young people in our activities with a view to develop them holistically.

Jack Petchey Award Winners 2016


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Lata Desai

0208 763 8216 / 0775 238 7133

Harsha Amin

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