Building a Bridge Between Diverse Culures Through Creative Arts.

Apsara arts promotes, shares and makes Asian arts accessible to all as means to improve quality of life within the community. We apply cultural & artistic disciplines to promote and celebrate diverse cultures and bring people together. We are a group of dedicated volunteers and artists who produce participatory projects of arts and heritage in community and educational settings.

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IMG_2292 BOLLYWOOD & KATHAK DANCE CLASSES

New term starting on Saturday 9 September 2017 at:

– STUDIO
56A Mitcham Road, Croydon, CR0 3RG
(corner of Albion Street, opposite Kwik fit & BP Garage)

Kathak : 1pm to 1.45pm
Children : 1.45pm to 2.30pm – Bollywood
Teen & adults: 2.30pm to 3.30pm – Bollywood

Check out 31 reasons to dance…..
https://www.dancelifemap.com/reasons-to-dance/


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kapoor-and-sons-cover FILAM INDIA – November 2017 at the David Lean Cinema

To mark the 70th anniversary of Indian independence, Apsara Arts are delighted to bring ‘Filam India’ programme to celebrate some of rarely seen true classics of Indian cinema. Experience the romantic dream of Guru Dutt’s musical masterwork Pyaasa to Satyajit Ray’s powerful parable of tradition and modernity, Jalsaghar (The Music Room).
Tickets £7 (£6 concession)
Films programmed:

17 Nov – Sholay; 25 Nov – Kapoor & Sons

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mp-group Festival Fantasia – 18th November

Launch of ‘Festive Fantasia’ on Saturday, November 18th with the first in the series of six giant animations premiering in North End at 5pm, providing the highpoint to an afternoon of free family-focused entertainment staged from mid-day.
Apsara Arts Dancers will be performing vibrant Indian dances to support the event.
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National award for Public engagement & learning
initiated by Arts Voluntary England
Award for outstanding contribution to the culture and art
in the London borough of Sutton