Talks and Debates

Sikhopoly – Bringing alive Sikh History through London’s Monopoly Locations

12 June 2024

17:30 -20:00

An evening of Sikhopoly at the Khalsa Jatha British Isles Est 1908 (Central Gurdwara London) with an interactive presentation to bring alive stories from Sikh history told through their associated location on the famous London Monopoly Board.

The output of a research challenge by Rav Singh, founder of A little History of the Sikhs to draw out stories from Sikh and Anglo-Sikh history associated with the ‘familiar’ locations told through paintings, palaces, churches, cathedrals, statues, museums, memorials, and open spaces at each of the Board locations from the Old Kent Road through to Mayfair.

A night of re-imagining London through the lens of Sikh and Anglo-Sikh history. All welcome!

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Location

Khalsa Jatha British Isles Est. 1908 (Central Gurdwara London)

58-62 Queensdale Road,
London
W11 4SG

The Khalsa Jatha British Isles Est 1908 is located within a few minutes walk of Shepherd's Bush Train, Underground and Bus connections. Visitors will be welcomed to the Gurdwara, with the event taking place in the Upstairs Hall (next to the Library).


Tickets / Admission

Free

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Organiser

A little History of the Sikhs

Accessibility

Wheelchair accessible
Accessible toilet
Baby Changing Facility
Quiet Space


For queries regarding access requirements for this event please contact: rav@alittlehistoryofthesikhs.org .
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