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Connecting worlds. Award-winning multicultural theatre in London, SW18 4ES. Lead partner in national consortium. +44 (0)20 83334457
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Tara Arts 4h
Have you got your tickets for Reoca Light yet? Limited tickets availabe -
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Tara Arts 10h
Saskia Peston and Anil Desai bring barrel of laughs TONIGHT for their brilliant double bill performance ahead of their Edinburgh runs in August, so catch them here whilst you can - 7.30pm. tickets still available on the door
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Tara Arts Jul 19
Reoca Light hits the stage between 2 and 4 of August, great way to start off your summer holiday! The tale of an Indian-South African man weaving his way through stories of history, family, friendship and romance... book tickets here folks
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Tara Arts Jul 19
Pucciarelli Group are in concert live TONIGHT! Come down for a Friday night full of beautiful jazz and mellow tunes - for one night only, book your tickets here
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Tara Arts Jul 18
Thrilled to be welcoming the fantastic Josh Berry and Tiff Stevenson for tonight's comedy double whammy! There are very very very few tickets left so make sure you book now to catch these guys before their Edinburgh Fringe runs!
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Daiwa Foundation Jul 18
We are delighted to be supporting this production of Ainu Othello which is on at Tara Theatre in London from 7 - 10 August 2019
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Tara Arts Jul 18
Lucie Browne and Lewis Brown star in next week's show, Boxes - the tale of family, love, division and reconciliation, exploring issues of mixed race identity, gender fluidity and pansexual personalities in the black community. Tickets here -
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Riverside Radio Jul 18
Ahead of the previews tonight and on Saturday at , we chat to acclaimed comedian and writer about her work on at 6.30pm or via the app on your mobile device or smart speaker
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Tara Arts Jul 18
Reoca Light is the unique one-man play combining drama, comedy and physical theatre to examine the idiosyncrasies of an Indian South African family on their evocative Durban odyssey. You can book tickets right now on our website
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Tara Arts Jul 17
You've only 5 chances to catch Shakespeare Company Japan's electrifying & highly acclaimed Ainu Othello, here at Tara between the 7-10 August. See Shakespeare's seminal tragedy like you've never seen it before. Performed in Japanese with English subtitles
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Tara Arts Jul 17
Catch London's finest jazz musicians THIS Friday - The Pucciarelli Group live in concert for one night only, and you can get 15% off by using the code PUCCIARELLI before midnight!
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Aurora Metro Books Jul 11
Reoca Light by Ashwin Singh which is featured in the play collection Durban Dialogues, Indian Voice which we published, is 30 July - 4 August. More info here...
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Ian Barclay Jul 11
Quite appropriate, on , that I should interview about her preview next week at Listen out for it on
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Tara Arts Jul 16
The comedy continues well into next week, with sell-out boutique comedy night The Funny Side of Earlsfield, who bring with them veterans of improv - SPROUT next Saturday 27 July. Definitely likely to sell out, buy your tickets now to avoid disappointment -
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Tara Arts Jul 16
JUST ANNOUNCED- In replacement of Alice Marshall, we are thrilled that star of Mock the Week and Netflix series People Just Do Nothing, will be here at Tara, performing with the fantastic on Thursday. Some tickets available-
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Tara Arts Jul 13
Alice Marshall is winner of Best Comedy Show at the 2017 Brighton Fringe, and can be caught on Comedy Central. Alice’s collection of weird and wonderful characters range from the erotic to the grotesque. Catch her and Josh Berry next Thursday!
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Tara Arts Jul 13
Don’t miss National Trust Fan Club, playing this coming Monday and Tuesday. It's your last chance to see Helen’s new show before it appears at the Edinburgh Fringe, following hot on the heels of sell-out hit The Ordnance Survey Map Fan Club.
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Tara Arts Jul 12
Boxes is a tale of family, love, division and reconciliation, exploring issues of mixed race identity, gender fluidity and pansexual personalities in the black community... you can book tickets here --
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Tara Arts Jul 12
Strindberg's wonderful plays are brought to life this evening, and we still have some tickets left on the door! Come join us for an evening of theatrical Swedish wonderfulness...
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Tara Arts Jul 11
Join Helen Wood’s one-woman quest to visit every National Trust site and become the NT’s biggest super-fan. This show is packed to the brim with Goretex, cream teas, and a loyal canine assistant (when NT rules allow)...
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