KALA Sangam has launched its new season featuring an eclectic selection of intercultural performances, exhibitions, films and classes.

The Bradford arts centre will host the ultimate hip hop event, a new C.U.L.T Film Night, a British Bollywood Spectacular and classical and contemporary South Asian music performances.

The season launches with Geometry as Earth Measure (September 12 to October 31) by Bradford artist Mahmud Manning, an exhibition that showcases responses to land, sky and the cosmos.

To mark the 550th anniversary of Guru Nanak’s birth, Treasures of Nanak (November 6 to January 23 January) features rare Sikh artefacts, arms, armour, manuscripts, paintings and contemporary art, presented by the Bradford Police Museum.

After Keira Martin’s incredible performance at WOW Festival in 2018, she comes back to Kala Sangam with Good Blood (November 21), a funny, heartwarming dance-theatre production that sheds light on family ties, the bands that hold us together and the people that make us who we are.

The season also features Rafiki Jazz (September 28), Indian sitarist and composer Baluji Shrivastav OBE (November 16), singer Samia Malik (November 28), Freedom Studios’ latest plays (October 23-26), a Poetry Open Mic Night (September 19).

Call 01274 303340 or visit kalasangam.org.