AddressBrady Arts & Community Centre, 192-196 Hanbury Street, London, E1 5HU
Tel020 7364 7906
Tamarind Theatre Company's objectives are to promote, maintain, improve and advance education by the encouragement of the arts including, without limitation, drama, dance, music and storytelling. Especially from UK and the Indian sub-continent (Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka) and UK for children, young people and everyone in East London, London and the Britain.
Tamarind Mission Statement: Promoting enjoyment and discovery of interactive storytelling through a programme of performances once a year, year round education and communities activities, encouraging and supporting participants of all ages to enjoy, discover and develop their experience of interactive storytelling, theatre and arts for enrichened life.
We're based at Brady Arts & Community Centre, 192-196, Hanbury Street, London E1 5HU United Kingdom.
If you want to find out more, or have an enquiry or participate get in touch with us.
tel 020 7364 7906
Artistic Director Rez Kabir
Pinache Khan (dancer) captured from a Tamarind & MGT production of Umrao Jaan Circle of Life by Rez Kabir with Sandeep Garcha
2016 and 2019 script development and workshops planned. Including public debate and feedback.
Storytelling is an ancient craft but one which can be used today to inform entertain and understand our world.
Wizard of the Moon Tamarind Theatre with Zeroplus Theatre at Cranford community College 2016 photo Hardial Rai
The Two Headed Bird a play about society and making decisons and living in balance with the world. Based on an idea from The Panchatantra (indian Folk Tales) 2015
Cranford Community College Festival workshop stories working with Travellers and Romany Community. Their histories and traditions 2018