Stories, Anecdotes & Narratives from the Artistic Cultural Traditions Of South Asia
Hindustani/Carnatic • Dhrupad • Khyal • Carnatic • Sufi Qawwali • Ghazals Nazms & Geets
Contemporary Voices & Sounds • Classical & Contemporary Dances
SAMA is pleased to announce its programme for the South Asian Heritage Month, with a festival that shares stories, anecdotes and narratives from the artistic cultures of the Indian sub – continent. For 10 days from 11th to 20th August, London’s Marylebone Theatre will reverberate with a multi genre display of music and dance – which will include Dhrupad, Khyal, Carnatic classical, Qawwali, Ghazals, Contemporary sounds and dance – all styles including a special Kathak Dance Choreography on Sufi Poetry.
A day by day breakdown of whats on can be found below.
Wheelchair and companion tickets for these performances can be booked online.
Bhoomi - Dance Production - Kathak on Sufi poetry
Maitreyee Pahari & Dance Company Lok Chhanda
From the Heart of Bengal – Music, Dance & Poetry
Contemporary Folk & Classical / Jazz Soprano
Tritha Sinha / Sparsh Bajpai
Carnatic classical and Contemporary Music
Vamshi Vishnudas / Project Mishram
Classical Dance Medley – Bharatanatyam/ Mohini Attam/ Kathak
Divya Ravi, Indrani Datta, Danielle Verghese & Judith Joseph
Dhrupad & Khyal
Kirit Singh / Prabhat Rao
Songs of the Mystics - Sufi Qawwali
Chahat Mehmud Ali Khan Qawwa
Ghazals – Words, Music & Poetry
Zeeshan Ali / Kaleem Sheikh
The Marylebone Theatre is London’s newest cross-cultural, performance space.
The nearest underground stations are Marylebone, accessible via Bakerloo line, and Baker Street served by the Bakerloo, Circle, Hammersmith & City, Jubilee and Metropolitan lines. Both stations are only 5 minutes' walk from Marylebone Theatre. Marylebone Theatre is 5 minutes' walk from Marylebone train station. Euston and Paddington train stations are 25 minutes walk from Marylebone Theatre. King's Cross St. Pancreas station is 15 minutes by tube from Baker Street station.
The following bus routes stop right in front of Marylebone Theatre: 13, 113, 139, 189, 274, N113.
There is a café in the building where you can purchase hot drinks, alcohol and snacks.
Bringing food and drinks inside the auditorium is strictly prohibited.
Assistance dogs are allowed inside the theatre. Please read carefully the description when booking the tickets, as some plays might have trigger warnings and might not be suitable for guide dogs.
There is an unreserved disabled parking space on the street opposite the theatre on Park Road. Please note that this is unreserved.
Yes, the auditorium has completely level access from the street.