Our autumn 2016 season of workshops have come to a close and we want to say a massive THANK YOU to all our volunteers and the groups who took part.

We worked with all ages to expose and celebrate the remarkable qualities of Kathakali enabling 8,650 people ranging from 4 years to 60+ to gain a greater understanding of Kathakali.


 We really enjoyed working with Kings Theatre Youth Group - Southsea, Wildern School - Southampton, Wessex Sound and Film Archives - Winchester, Hockerill College - Hertfordshire, New Carnival Company - Isle of Wight, Titchfield Carnival, SeaCity Museum - Southampton, University of Winchester, King Edwards School - Surrey, St John`s Primary School - Southampton, South Downs College - Waterlooville, Rushcombe First School - Corfe Mullen, Norton - sub - Hamdon Primary School, Somerset, Cottage Grove Primary School, Portsmouth, Bosham Primary School, Chichester, Admiral Lord Nelson School - Portsmouth, Women`s Institute - Whitely and finally Chilthorn Doma Primary School - Somerset.

Kalamandalam Vijayakumar preparing for a performance.

We are now looking forward to a creative and exciting time in the Kerala, rehearsing for our major KATHAKALI UK TOUR 2017, performing in the village temples, enjoying the sunshine and being surrounded by coconut palms - please visit our Whats On page for details of Kathakali full company performances - hope to see you!





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