My City My Home, is a creative writing competition with a focus on women from Birmingham, Bangladesh and Pakistan. Our cities are a melting pot of cosmopolitan cultures. Yet, there is distinctiveness and roots that connect to the past.
No Bond So Strong, a life-affirming show about motherhood and holding family together when you find yourself unravelling.
Sampad are taking enquiries for community performances 2020-21
A trailblazing summit dedicated to British Asian dance, produced by New Dimensions Arts Management in partnership with Sampad.
Mandala was a strikingly bold production that pushed South Asian performing arts into new territory, as the result of a collaboration between Sampad and leading arts and technology company, seeper.
A major international writing competition which allowed aspiring writers to connect with one of the world’s most influential thinkers through creative […]
A major community heritage project delivered by Sampad, supported by the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Find out about Sampad’s European Placement Programme for Digital Learning (SEPP:Digital) which offers exciting digital learning opportunities for creative professionals.
One of Sampad’s biggest and most ambitious dance productions to date, Moving Earth united 240 dancers as part of Dancing […]
Young people in Birmingham connected with peace activists from the past as part of Sampad’s heritage initiative Words of Peace, which explored the continuing legacy and impact of World War 1.
Sampad have been working with Culture Central and the partners of the Transforming Narratives project to devise and deliver a 3 year ground-breaking project.
Sampad’s Create and Change project was created for the residents of Ward End to share, create and change perspectives on creativity.