BINGLISH GARDEN BOXES
Family activity to create your very own garden in a box with Ralph Birtwell
Sat 8 April & Sat 27 May 11am to 12.30
Join us in Tara's gorgeous patio garden to exercise your green fingers and learn about Indian flowers with our pantomime dame & gardener, Ralph Birtwell.
All participants will get the chance to plant their very own garden box, containing Indian flowers & scents … and take them home to enjoy through the summer.
email [email protected] for booking and more details.
This is a family event aimed at parents and children of all ages.
FREE EVENT FOR FAMILIES
Places limited to 6 per (2-3 per garden box) session and will be reserved on a first come first served basis
Thanks to the Neil's Nurseries and Majestic Wine for some of the flowers and the re-cycled wine-boxes. Support by the Heritage Lottery Fund
#70/70 @ TARA THEATRE
At midnight on 14/15 August 1947, India and Pakistan became independent from the British Empire.
A relationship that formally began with Sir Thomas Roe’s embassy to the court of the Mughal Emperor Jahangir in 1615, ended over three centuries later with the independent nations of India and Pakistan.
The Indian sub-continent shaped Britain’s destiny, as much as Britain shaped modern India and Pakistan’s. Tara Theatre marks this extraordinarily intimate relationship through a series of 70 events over the course of the year - plays, music, dance and spoken word that illuminate the connections between the worlds of India, Pakistan and Britain.