Monday 24th June 2019


Location: London - UK

Date: Thursday 30th May 2019

Time: 19:00 - 22:00

Tamil Association of Professionals (TAP) are delighted to be hosting BBC News journalist, Vishala Sri-Pathma, at their next event on Thursday, 30 May 2019. Vishala started working life in the City as a derivatives analyst for JP Morgan, and a few years later she decided to change her career path to journalism. Vishala will be […]

Location: London - UK

Date: Friday 12th July 2019

Time: 18:45 - 20:45

Asia House with Akademi brings to you an exclusive partnering with eloquent Bharatanatyam artist and actor Rukmini Vijayakumar with Vena Ramphal a media celebrity, scholar and a practising Bharatanatyam dancer. Join for the second in its dance and dialogue series Rukmini Vijayakumar, a noted Bharatanatyam artist and actor from India in an artistic conversation Vena […]

Location: London - UK

Date: Tuesday 23rd April 2019

Time: 19:00 - 21:00

London based Tamil Association of Professionals (TAP) invites you to their spring 2019 networking drinks with a spotlight on some of the charities and non-profit groups working for the betterment of the Tamil community in the UK and their native homelands. The third sector is often overlooked and under-appreciated within the Tamil community as well […]

Location: London - UK

Date: Wednesday 16th January 2019

Time: 8:30 - 19:30

This full day symposium marks the end of a two-year European Research Social Council funded project, entitled, “Hidden Voices: Lived Experiences of Marginalization and Recovery in Sri Lanka and Colombia”. Using Sri Lanka and Colombia as case studies the aim of Hidden Voices is to bring to the fore less visible everyday processes and experiences […]

Location: London - UK

Date: Tuesday 26th March 2019

Time: 18:30 - 22:30

At the Poetry Translation Centre’s first ever Tamil workshop speakers will be translating the work of Latha. She has published two collections of poetry in Tamil: Theeveli (Firespace, 2003) and Paampuk Kaattil Oru Thaazhai (A Screwpin in Snakeforest, 2004). Her short-story collection Nan kolai Seyium penkkal (Women I Murder, 2007) won the biennial Singapore Literature […]