Everyone is invited to join us for Celebrate Vaisakhi, which returns to the Palace for a seventh year.
Enjoy an evening of performances marking the Sikh New Year and the Punjabi Harvest Festival.
The Maharajah and Kohinoor Before it became part of the Crown Jewels, the Kohinoor diamond had many keepers, many Kings and many Emperors but there was one who was very special, the young Maharajah, Duleep Singh of Punjab, India (1838 - 1893) This is a true tale of empire, war, friendship and betrayal of how the diamond came to be set in Queen Victoria’s crown and Duleep Singh’s story on how he found a new home in England and his inextricable link to Punjab. Created by zeroPlus Theatre, a theatre in education company
Captivating audiences with her unique storytelling, she will share a story of Maharajah Ranjit Singh, his inspiration and teachings from Guru Gobind Singh (1668-1708)
Chakardar Tabla Ensemble
Chakardar Tabla, one of Europe’s leading percussion artists. will perform a mix of solo and group tabla pieces, featuring Ustad Harkirat Singh Rayatt
Baba Fateh Singh Gatka Akhara
A skilled display of Sikh Martial Arts, led by the famed Baba Fateh Singh Gatka Akhara founded 20 years ago by Jathedar Uptej Singh
TicketsBox Office 01923 225671
Tickets £7 (£6 for groups of 4 or more if purchased before 20 April). Price includes a complimentary snack.
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|Saturday 20 May 2017||18:00||Buy tickets|