Founded in 1977 by Artistic Director Jatinder Verma, Tara Arts began life as a touring company. It staged its opening production, Sacrifice, a play by the Nobel Prize-winning Indian playwright Rabindranath Tagore, at Battersea Arts Centre in August 1977.
In September 1983, Tara Arts secured 356 Garratt Lane in Earlsfield as its home. Following minor renovation to create the current look, the building was re-opened in September 1985 as "Tara Arts Centre" - a venue for staging a wide variety of both incoming & home-grown events, from theatre performances to dance, music and art exhibitions.
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