Contemporary Events on the South Bank – Booklet

Series nameEducation

In June and July 2003, SALIDAA (South Asian Diaspora Literature and Arts Archive) in association with the Royal Festival Hall, held a series of panel led discussions entitled ‘Story on My Tongue’. The themes of the discussions included South Asian British identity, art, literature and music. SALIDAA invited Kuljit Bhamra to be among the guest panel members in the second of five discussions, entitled ‘Loyalties and Alliances’. The event was held at the Voice Box at the Royal Festival Hall on 5 June 2003 and was chaired by Rukhsana Ahmad, Chair of SALIDAA’s Board of Trustees. Other panel members included visual artist Amal Ghosh : and Jatinder Verma, artistic Director of ‘Tara Arts’ : The two colour images in this item are pages from the Royal Festival Hall’s guide to summer events published in May 2003.

Date of Creation / Publication2003
CreatorRoyal Festival Hall
Associated Person/ OrganisationBhamra, Kuljit
Collection and Reference Number Kuljit Bhamra Collection (GB 2661 KB)
Catalogue NumberKB/EDU/4
CopyrightThe Creator and/ or associated person or organisation where applicable
Access to originalsThe originals are located with Kuljit Bhamra.
Series notesKuljit Bhamra is involved in education work through facilitating workshops at educational and community institutions and delivering interactive lectures. He also contributes extensively to community and national theatre productions. The digitised material in this grouping consists of Kuljit Bhamra's contribution to a GCSE music textbook, as well as flyers and images representing his educational involvement.
Collection notesThe digitised material in the Kuljit Bhamra Collection includes material related to Kuljit Bhamra as a solo artist as well as to his record company, Keda Records. The items include posters, flyers, documents, cassette and CD sleeves, photographs, performance programmes and musical scores.