Navrattan – A Quest for the Lost Gems is a performance for families, schools, children and adults.
During World War I a former Royal Palace in England was converted into a hospital for Muslim, Hindu and Sikh soldiers from the Empire, who had been wounded while serving on the Western Front.
Swyron is inspired by Nutkhut’s 10th Anniversary and the associated gifts of tin and aluminium. Swyron sees us blasting together our commitment to using recycled materials alongside creating a unique and mischievous performance.
Originally co-commissioned by Greenwich and Docklands International Festival and the Mayor of London, Bollywood Steps is a unique, large-scale British Bollywood outdoor dance spectacle, created and directed by Nutkhut’s Co-Artistic Director, Simmy Gupta.
Popular with children and adults alike, our stilt characters are instantly recognisable. An array of larger than life comedic characters awaits – all of them friendly and witty and can’t help but amuse with their colour, exuberance and charm.
Miss Benn is a beautiful new sculptural installation by Simmy Gupta. It draws passers-by into the imaginary world of the sari shop mannequin.
Bollywood Bites is a highly energetic, vibrant, small-scale dance piece. Drawing on the charm of Bollywood films, the piece showcases the talents of a diverse range of British dancers.
The London Mela has reinvented Mela outside of South Asia - at its heart the London Mela commissions new work and has changed perceptions of what Mela is and how it programmes and commissions.
Nutkhut’s Cinema is now available for private screenings, as part of Film Festivals, Parties & Events.