Bringing together artists & audiences under the shade of our tree.
Step through the Indian front door into a world of colour, where the small is global. Tara Theatre's 100 plush seats surround an earth floor for actors to weave their magic on. Its Studio offers opportunities for intimate rehearsals, small events and meetings, while its outdoor Patio - flanked by railway sleepers - lets in light and air in safe surroundings.
Tara Theatre is home to a world of stories, from the classic to the new.
The word Tara has a number of meanings that represent the work we do.
In Hindustani/Urdu ‘Tara’ means 'star' – Tara is a shining beacon for multiculturalism, the star that rests over the door of Tara Theatre guides the community towards our home of art.
In Buddhism ‘Tara’ is the Goddess of Love and Art and in Ireland the ‘Hill of Tara’ was an ancient seat of power – at Tara we aim to be a power for good through art, creating a home for all who visit and working at the forefront of multiculturalism in Britain.
Praveen Bahl, Ovais Kadri, Sunil Saggar, Vijay Shaunak, Jatinder Verma
Sir Richard Eyre CBE, Shobana Jeyasingh MBE, Naseem Khan CBE, Hanif Kureishi CBE, Sir Salman Rushdie, Nitin Sawhney
Full company name: Tara Arts Group Ltd
Registered Address: 356 Garratt Lane, London SW18 4ES
Charity Registration number: 295547; Company number: 2059664
Registered in England
Directors: as listed above
Company Limited by Guarantee
VAT number: 212 788 796
"Tara" & "Tara Arts" are the names used by: Tara Arts Group Ltd. Tara Productions Ltd company no: 9365444 & Tara Arts Enterprises Ltd. company no: 9365484
'the world in a grain of sand' William Blake
Tara Theatre - Connecting Worlds
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