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Celebrate Diwali with Dishoom

We’ve always loved sharing the magic of Diwali with our friends and families. It’s such a special time when loved ones come together to celebrate the triumph of light over dark.

This year, together with the lovely folks at the rather spectacular Camden Centre we’re celebrating Diwali again and we’d love you to join us. It’s going to be brilliant – seriously, we’re ever-so-excited!

SUNDAY 15TH OCTOBER, 1:30pm – 4:30pm
£12 adults / £6 children

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It’ll be our most festive and fun Diwali yet. The afternoon will include:

  • A live performance of the story of Diwali! A masterly storyteller will narrate the fabulous story of the festival of light, while a first-class ensemble of dancers and musicians from the Sujata Banerjee Dance Company bring it to life through classical Indian dance.
  • A most spell-binding performance from the super-accomplished composer, producer and musician – Shammi Pithia. He’ll share a lovely piece of music that he wrote for the celebration of Diwali – it’s going to be really extra-special.
  • An interactive dandiya dance class for kids and grown-ups… all while the tip-top tabla players provide a brilliantly festive musical backdrop.
  • Budding artists can take part in a wonderful collaborative Rangoli – colourful, traditional Indian pavement-art.
  • There’ll be face-painting and mehndi (henna), for children and ladies to enjoy.
  • We’re also preparing a delightful spread of Dishoom food and drinks, including:- Pau Bhaji, Vegetable Samosas, Bhel, Far Far, Thums Up, Limca and Dishoom House Chai. You’re not going to want to miss this.

Tickets are £12 adults / £6 kids and include all activities, entertainment, and food & drink and will be on sale HERE on THURSDAY 28TH SEPTEMBER. (For every ticket sold we’ll donate £1 to Seeds of Peace, a charity helping teenagers from regions of conflict learn the skills of making peace.)

Our most sincere thanks to the Camden Kalā for their support with this event. You’re very kind and lovely folks.

And do check out our video of last year’s celebration and read our blog posts reflecting on Diwali.