Friday 19th April 2019

Tag Posts: British Tamil

This weekend saw the fourth episode of The Voice UK, showcasing another group of gifted singers hoping for a turn from the coaches, and the opportunity to advance through to the Battles. 23-year-old Stefan Mahendra, a singer, songwriter and keyboard player from Bromley London is the latest Tamil talent to perform on the Voice UK. […]

British Tamil artist “Mathangi “Maya” Arulpragasam” — better known to the world as M.I.A. is gearing up for the release of her highly anticipated documentary “MATANGI / MAYA / M.I.A.” which hits cinemas across the UK on Friday 21st September. The film by Steve Loveridge is a behind-the-scenes look into M.I.A.’s life as an artist […]

London based Sri Lankan Tamil film director & writer Suba Sivakumaran premieres her full-length independent fiction film “House of my fathers” (Tamil: Mouna Kaandam, Sinhala: Nomiyana Mathakaya) at the BFI London Film festival, shortly after its world premiere in South Korea at the Busan International Film Festival. After decades of war, one Tamil and one […]

Dhananjayan Sriskandarajah will be the new Chief Executive of Oxfam GB, the international agency announced today. Sriskandarajah is currently Secretary General and CEO of CIVICUS, the Johannesburg-based global alliance of civil society organisations and activists with members in more than 180 countries. He joined CIVICUS in 2013 and was previously Director General of the Royal […]

In this second episode of Being Brown, comedian Reuben Christian headed down to Clued Up Coffee in Bermondsey to talk life and music with singer/songwriter ARJUN. The only Asian artist to be signed on to Island Records (Universal Music), Arjun Coomaraswamy has gone back to his RNB & British Urban roots with his 2018 debut […]