Kathakbox UK tour is supported by Arts Council, England. Kathakbox is a co-production with mac and has also been commissioned by The Place, PRS Foundation, The Drum and Birmingham City Council. International residency supported by ADACH, Abu Dhabi and the British Council.


The Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH) is the institution in charge of conserving and promoting the heritage and culture of Abu Dhabi. Established in October 2005 as an authority of the Government of Abu Dhabi, it is administered by a board of directors chaired by H. E. Sheikh Sultan bin Tahnoun Al Nahyan. For more information, please visit:

The British  Council

The British Council works in over 100 countries and territories worldwide to build intercultural understanding between the UK and other countries through the arts, education and training, science and technology, sport and good governance.

British Council global arts teams work with the best of British Creative talent to develop innovative, high quality events and collaborations that link thousands of artists and cultural institutions around the world drawing them into a closer relationship with the UK. For more information, please visit:


Promoting innovative, creative arts activities in ways which help to establish them as an important part of people’s lives, mac offers something for everyone. As one of Midland’s most visited arts centres, mac also works in partnership with other organisations to develop and nurture projects and supports artists of all levels through various initiatives including artistic residencies and artist passes. Further information:

Birmingham City Council

Birmingham City Council is the metropolitan borough council for the governance of the City of Birmingham in England. The council is responsible for running nearly all local services including leisure and tourism. Further information:

Birmingham City University

With around 25,000 students, Birmingham City University is one of the major universities in the UK. As a university it has a distinctive focus on education and research for professional and creative practice and on collaboration with business, industry and the public services.
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The Place

The Place is based in the heart of London and is one of the UK’s premier centres for contemporary dance. Further information:

The Drum Arts Centre

The Drum is the national centre for Black British arts and culture and is dedicated to developing and promoting contemporary art and culture of British African, Asian and Caribbean communities. Further information:

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