Sikhlens-In-A-Box UK

Millennium Point • Birmingham • UK

2023 Sikhlens-In-A-Box: Birmingham - UK Poster
2023 Sikhlens-In-A-Box: Birmingham – UK Poster


Millennium Point Curzon Street Birmingham B4 7XG United Kingdom

4 Sessions of Films to Choose From:

SESSION 1: Children Session (11:00 to 12:15)- Featuring

Music by Kaviraj Dhadyalla and Bhinderjeet Neer

The Stone that hit Maharaja Ranjit Singh & Maharaja Ranjit Singh and Return of the Koh-I-Noor Diamond

KIDS UNDER 12 GO FREE (max 2 children per adult)

SESSION 2: Sikh Heritage, Art & Culture (13:15- 15:45)- Featuring

Film on the amazing journey of internationally acclaimed artists “The Singh Twins” followed by a Q&A.

Book Launch of “Jewels From Sikh Wisdom” with artwork by The Singh Twins

Various videos including ; Style with Kaur, Drawn from Life, KAUR

Q & A Session–Dr Parvinder Shergill, Rav Singh, Gurinder Mann & Narvir Singh

SESSION 3: Sikh Dharam & the Future Challenges (16:30-18:00)- Featuring

Jaagdi Neend (Reality Decoded)- The challenges confronting the new generation about the role of Virtual Reality & AI

Panel discussion with Australian filmakers- Munpreet Dhillon, Harpreet Singh, Taranjit Singh (Taran 3d), Bicky Singh & Bhupinder Singh Bhasin

SESSION 4: Forgiveness & Reconciliation (18:45- 20:15)

VISIT TO CAPE COAST CASTLE FILM – Faith leaders delegation visit to the slave castle Accra in Ghana where 40 million slaves were taken. An interfaith delegation travels to Cape Coast Castle in Ghana, Africa. Cape Coast Castle is one of about forty “slave castles”, or large commercial forts, built on the Gold Coast of West Africa by European traders. It was originally a Portuguese “feitoria” or trading post, established in 1555, which they named Cabo Corso. Despite 12 million slaves that left Africa never to return home, forgiveness is the path to reconciliation and self-healing or you remain in your own prison.

Followed by Q&A

Tickets are per session, all ticket holders will also have access to the platform area where there will be amazing 3D demos by Taran (Taran 3d) & Gurinder Mann of Sikh museum initiative, Arts and crafts exhibitors & live music by Sandeep Kandola . Music by Kavi Raj Singh on Santoor & Bhindarjit Singh on Tabla