KALA SANGAM has released further details of its upcoming autumn season.

The Bradford arts centre is expanding from its South Asian roots to encompass performances celebrating a diverse range of cultures.

A Music Double Bill, on September 29, will feature Jazz North Northern Line artists Täpp and zerOclassikal’s latest work, One, by Mithila Sharma.

Another of the events will be the BBC Radio Leeds Voice of Bradford Rap Showcase on October 4, led by the winner of the Voice of Bradford, Faisal Motin. The Showcase will feature performances from some of the best rap artists in the city.

Seeta Patel and Lina Limosani’s multi-award winning Not Today’s Yesterday, on October 13, will blend techniques from Bharatanatyam, contemporary dance and theatre in a powerful one-woman show.

Shane Shambhu’s Confessions of a Cockney Temple Dancer (November 3) is described as a funny and honest solo performance which combines stand-up comedy and Indian dance.

The Women of the World Festival returns to Kala Sangam for the third year, on November 17 and 18, for a weekend of talks, discussions, music, activism, performance, mentoring and big ideas.

Kamala Devam Company’s Ankusha and Other Mysteries (29 November) is an evening for dance lovers and novices alike, featuring world-class dance, film and theatre.

Deafblind Bradford artist Minerva Hussein presents a collection of bold and tactile artwork in his biggest exhibition to date - Ways of Communicating – from December 6 to January 24.

Visit kalasangam.org or call 01274 303340 for further information.