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January is Tamil Heritage Month in London, as recognised and announced by the London Assembly – acknowledging the tremendous contributions that Tamils make to British society, particularly the vital role the Tamil community has played in helping the UK tackle covid-19. It is also an opportunity for Londoners to celebrate the richness of Tamil culture, […]

Sunthar V stands proud at the entrance of “Up the Creek” in London, the location for The Tamil Comedy Club’s first anniversary show. The Canadian Tamil comedian and presenter conceived the idea of the pioneering monthly open-mic style comedy club during the pandemic, the first of its kind showcasing new Tamil talents in the London […]

British Tamil artist Christopher Kulendran Thomas has a new exhibition in London (Institute of Contemporary Arts) and Berlin, which opened in October and runs till January 2023. Christopher Kulendran Thomas: Another World explores an alternative approach to technology through the prism of the defeated revolutionary struggle for an independent Tamil homeland. Developed together with longtime […]

It’s been an eventful year for Australian Tamil S.Shakthidharan, the director and author behind the award winning play “Counting and Cracking”, which played Edinburgh Fringe and Birmingham Rec in August. The play which centred around the early days of Sri Lanka’s ethnic conflict, with dialogue in Tamil, Sinhalese and English, infused with live Carnatic music, […]

There are certain moments in history that make you stand spellbound! In the context of Harry Potter, they render you instantly “Stupefy’d”! One such event that happened in the state of Tamilnadu in India is… Well… A wedding! You may ask what is so great about a wedding, with one happening almost every day and […]