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Asha are very excited to have a stall at this year's Women of the World Festival at Southbank Centre on Friday 10th and Saturday 11th March 11am-6pm.


Asha is holding its Annual General Meeting on Friday 22nd April. We will be discussing Asha's achievements and challenges over 2014-2015 and looking ahead to see how we can sustain our support for South Asian women and children escaping violence. 

The AGM is in-house but we are delighted that residents will be providing the catering for the event.

We will be holding a larger celebration later in the year so watch this space!






It's that time of year again! The Women of the World Festival at Southbank Centre has become a firm fixture on the ASHA calendar. 

This year ASHA will have a very special henna tattoo stall in the WOW Marketplace on Saturday 7th March. Why not come and indulge in a beautiful and unique henna tattoo? All proceeds will go towards supporting South Asian women and children escaping violence. 

See you there!











Women of Hope - a new piece of verbatim musical theatre

Rich Mix

July 12-13, 19.30

‘I have a lot of secrets in my heart…’


Asha at this year's Women of the World Festival!

Asha are proud to be part of the Women of the World Festival at Southbank Centre, Friday 7th March - Sunday 9th March. We will be part of the WOW Marketplace in the Southbank Centre foyer for the full three days.


Asha are proud to have collaborated with Kali Theatre Company in their research for upcoming production 'Twelve', which explores so-called 'honour killings' in the UK.

Shocked and moved by true stories of young women killed in the UK in the name of familly 'honour' where according to the Metropolitan Police, on average 12 such killings occur each year, twelve writers have collaborated to create a unique theatre event that gives voice to these lost lives.





Unsung, a new play by Ayndrilla Singharay, returns for one performance at Wilton's Music Hall on Monday 18th November.

Following a hugely successful run at the Rosemary Branch Theatre in September, Unsung will be performed at Wilton's, a historic and recently restored Victorian Music Hall, as part of the Season of Bangla Drama Festival.


Red Mane Productions and Mukul & Ghetto Tigers present:


A new play by Ayndrilla Singharay.


In this month's Coffee Morning we will be putting on a slideshow of our International Womens' Day activities, discussing whether what we wear is important and of course there will be tea, coffee and snacks!



A woman’s right to live free from violence and / or the fear of violence has not been achieved. Women continue to be attacked and violated in many different ways, in our homes, on our streets, on our public transport, at our places of work. The government, the TV and newspapers do very little to address this issue; instead they often blame women for wearing the wrong clothes or being in the wrong place.


WOW is the Southbank Centre's annual global festival where women and men of all ages and backgrounds celebrate women’s achievements and discuss the obstacles they face across the world.

Join them from Wednesday 6 March to Sunday 10 March for a diverse programme of keynote talks, performances, concerts, talks, gigs, debates and free music. Visit the marketplace, exhibitions and workshops. Take part in speed-mentoring, networking opportunities and more.


15 FEBRUARY 2013