Split over two levels, Passing Clouds is a unique venue that showcases collections of films, artwork, live world music and theatre – in an intimate atmosphere more akin to a house party than your run-of-the-mill club.
The Sweet Tea House
The Sweet Tea House is dedicated to promoting contemporary Tibetan art, featuring work from inside Tibet as well as Tibetan artists from all parts of the world. The gallery’s founder Gonkar Gyatso, who is also a patron of Himalaya Festival, will be exhibiting his works on 9 and 10 February during the Festival week. Gallery opening hours will be 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm.
The Tricycle is renowned for its eclectic culturally diverse programme across the theatre, cinema and art gallery. It has become established as one of the most significant cultural venues in London, at the forefront of producing stimulating work which reflects the surrounding community as well as responding to political contemporary issues and events.
The Nehru Centre
The Nehru Centre is the Cultural Wing of the High Commission of India, and strives to foster a cultural dialogue between India and the United Kingdom. It is administered by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations, an autonomous organisation of the Ministry of External Affairs.
Rich Mix, London’s up-and-coming cross-arts centre, is located in the vibrant area of Shoreditch, East London. With three cinema screens, bar, café, performing arts space and a range of cultural events, Rich Mix takes a finely tuned and inclusive approach to the arts and the world’s cultures.
SOAS (School of Oriental and African Studies)
Part of the University of London, SOAS is the world’s leading centre for the study of a range of subjects concerning Asia, Africa and the Middle East, and is a centre for many scholarly and cultural events focused on these regions.