WELCOME TO THE BAGRI FOUNDATION BIRMINGHAM INDIAN FILM FESTIVAL

Welcome to the Bagri Foundation Birmingham Indian Film Festival, part of Europe’s largest Indian showcase, which returns to the city for its 3rd edition at 3 cinemas from 23 June – 2 July.

We are showcasing a new and exciting selection of cutting-edge independent films that are guaranteed to entertain and offer fascinating insights into a billion South Asian lives. The festival is title sponsored by the Bagri Foundation with a major support from Grange Hotels, Sun Mark Ltd, and is funded by the BFI’s National Lottery Film Festivals Fund.


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Celebrate Diwali in the heart of Birmingham from 11.00 - 1600 on 14th October at Victoria Square, Birmingham with live music, dance, performance, street food and more!

Andy Street, Mayor of the West Midlands will open the event along with the High Commissioner of India to United Kingdom and other invited guests.

Enjoy the day with fun packed performances from artists like Jasbir Wouhra, Malkit Singh and performances organised through Sampad South Asian Arts.

Taste the street food of the award-winning Mahirs and relish the free snack boxes.You are cordially invited to celebrate the #DIWALI ON SQUARE #14thOctober2017 #VictoriaSquareBirmingham.
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Celebrate Diwali in the heart of Birmingham from 11.00 - 1600 on 14th October at Victoria Square, Birmingham with live music, dance, performance, street food and more!

Andy Street, Mayor of the West Midlands will open the event along with the High Commissioner of India to United Kingdom and other invited guests.

Enjoy the day with fun packed performances from artists like Jasbir Wouhra, Malkit Singh and performances organised through Sampad South Asian Arts.

Taste the street food of the award-winning Mahirs and relish the free snack boxes.

See Birmingham on the big screen in Kingsman: The Golden Circle!

Birmingham Updates
Key scenes from Kingsman: The Golden Circle were filmed in the city centre. www.birminghamupdates.com/key-scenes-from-kingsman-the-golden-circle-were-filmed-in-the-city-centre/
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Birmingham Weekender 2017 kicks off today - make sure you take advantage of some of the amazing free arts on offer!!!! Don't forget the Rangeeli - colours of Birmingham - parade which starts at 11am on Sat 23 from High Street and heads up to Victoria Square via New Street! Plus there will be dancing all day in Victoris Square which has been dubbed Square Dance for the day!

Sampad Arts
Join the fun at the spectacular Rangeeli Colours of Birmingham Parade at the Birmingham Weekender Festival! 11am, Sat 23 Sept 2017 along New Street, city-centre.
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