Welcome to Celebration of British Bangladeshi Culture


We have over half a million British people of Bangladeshi origin spread across every town and city in Britain. We are nevertheless a close knit community with a strong sense of identity based on our culture and character.

The Celebration of British Bangladeshi culture, CoBBC, has been founded by prominent British Bangladeshis to celebrate our community and culture, especially Folk and Baul music which is uniquely Bengali in character.

CoBBC ltd. has been formed as a charity limited by guarantee, which we intend to register with the charity commission in due course. We hope to operate CoBBC as an association of friends connected by our love of culture. If you feel the same way as us and want to celebrate and promote British Bangladeshi community and culture, please join us. We look forward to welcoming you.

We have over half a million British people of Bangladeshi origin spread across every town and city in Britain. We are nevertheless a close knit community with a strong sense of identity based on our culture and character.

The Celebration of British Bangladeshi culture, CoBBC, has been founded by prominent British Bangladeshis to celebrate our community and culture, especially Folk and Baul music which is uniquely Bengali in character.

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CoBBC ltd. has been formed as a charity limited by guarantee, which we intend to register with the charity commission in due course. We hope to operate CoBBC as an association of friends connected by our love of culture. If you feel the same way as us and want to celebrate and promote British Bangladeshi community and culture, please join us. We look forward to welcoming you.

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Upcoming Event



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Sheldonian Theatre

The Sheldonian Theatre, located in Oxford, England, was built from 1664 to 1669 after a design by Christopher Wren for the University of Oxford. It is used for music concerts, lectures and University ceremonies, but not for drama until 2015 when the Christ Church Dramatic Society staged a production of The Crucible by Arthur Miller.

The building has a prominent eight-sided cupola in the centre of the roof, which is accessible via a staircase leading to the dome over the main ceiling. The cupola has large windows on all sides, providing views across central Oxford, and is open to visitors.

The building seats between 800 and 1000 people and is on the grounds of part of the Bodleian Library adjacent to Broad Street.

Sheldonian Theatre

The Sheldonian Theatre, located in Oxford, England, was built from 1664 to 1669 after a design by Christopher Wren for the University of Oxford. It is used for music concerts, lectures and University ceremonies, but not for drama until 2015 when the Christ Church Dramatic Society staged a production of The Crucible by Arthur Miller.

The building has a prominent eight-sided cupola in the centre of the roof, which is accessible via a staircase leading to the dome over the main ceiling. The cupola has large windows on all sides, providing views across central Oxford, and is open to visitors.

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The building seats between 800 and 1000 people and is on the grounds of part of the Bodleian Library adjacent to Broad Street.

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Ticket Prices

Diamond (VIP): £100 | Gallery (Gold): £50

Semi Circle (Silver): £25 | Upper Circle (Gold): £12

Diamond (VIP): £100

Gallery (Gold): £50

Semi Circle (Silver): £25

Upper Circle (Gold): £12

Contact

Office: 0208 552 2033 option 3 Mobile: 075 0841 1291 option 3
Box office: 01865 305305

www.cobbc.com/ticket | www.ticketsoxford.com

Office: 0208 552 2033 option 3
Mobile: 075 0841 1291
Box office: 01865 305305

www.cobbc.com/ticket www.ticketsoxford.com