Tuesday 7th
Book Launch

Royal Geographical Society
London SW7 2AR
7pm – 8.30pm

This opening event features the launch of
The First Anglo Sikh War’ Amarpal Singh Sidhu’s inaugural book.
Free (book at events@asht.info)

Saturday 11th
‘Lions Tales’

Museum of the Jewellery Quarter
Birmingham B18 6HA
1pm & 3pm

Listen to ‘tales’ about the ‘Lion’ Maharajah Ranjit Singh at this children's story telling session.

Saturday 11th to Sunday 26th
‘Frames of Bravery’

Gurdwara Sahib Warwick & Leamington
Leamington Spa CV34 6RH

Visit this photographic exhibition which offers a rare glimpse into Sikh military contributions all over the world. Launches with a screening of short film ‘Flying Sikhs – A History of Sikh Fighter Pilots’.

Sunday 12th
Armour Day

Eastnor Castle
Ledbury HR8 1RL
11am - 4pm

See the castles collection of Sikh arms & armour from the Anglo Sikh wars & enjoy a Gatka (Sikh martial art) performance in the grounds.
Castle & Grounds admission: Child £5.50 Adult £8.50. 1/2 price with Heritage Shared leaflet

Thursday 16th
Sikhs in the Wars

Kala Sangam
Bradford BD1 4TY
7pm – 8.30pm

Evening event featuring an illustrated talk by military historian Sarinjit Singh on Sikh regiments in the two World Wars. Includes a screening of the short film, ‘The Prisoners Song’.
Free (Advance booking essential email info@kalasangam.org or call 01274 303340)

Saturday 18th
Swords and Shields: The World of Sikh Warriors

Wallace Collection
London W1U 3BN
2pm - 4pm

Follow the trail of the collections Sikh treasures and take part in children’s activities.
Free drop in family workshop

Wednesday 22nd
'The Lions Firanghis'

British library
London NW1 2DB
Lunchtime Lecture 1-2pm

Author of ‘The Lions Firanghis - Europeans at the Court of Lahore’, Bobby Singh Bansal examines the impact of the ‘Europeans’ in Maharajah Ranjit Singhs court.
Free (Advance booking essential email events@asht.info)

Thursday 23rd
Udham Singh -The life of an Indian Revolutionary

Herbert Art Gallery & Museum
Coventry CV1 5QP
7pm - 8.30pm

To mark the 70th anniversary of his execution ASHT present recent research on Udham Singh’s life and legacy. Followed by a panel discussion and Q&A.

Saturday 25th
Anglo Sikh Heritage Day

Ancient House Museum of Thetford Life
Thetford IP24 1AA
10am - 5pm (last entry 4.30pm)

Explore the ‘Maharajah: Sovereign, Squire, Rebel’ exhibition, dedicated to the last King of the Sikhs Duleep Singh. Includes a performance of ‘The Maharajah & the Kohinoor Play’.

Saturday 25th
The Royal Pavilion as an Indian Military Hospital

Brighton Royal Pavilion
Brighton BN1 1NE

Take a guided tour of the new exhibition gallery dedicated to Indian Soldiers of WW1.
Entrance ticket plus £5 (To book call 03000 290902)

Wednesday 29th
‘The Lioness of the Punjab’

New Walk Museum & Art Gallery
Leicester LE1 7EA
7pm - 8.30pm

Illustrated talk by researcher Priya Atwal examining the controversial life of Maharani Jindan Kaur. Followed by a panel discussion and Q & A.
Free (Book at events@asht.info)

Thursday 30th
‘From Lahore to the Medway’

Royal Engineers Museum, Library & Archive
Prince Arthur Road, Chatham ME4 4UG
7pm – 8.30pm

See on display Sikh armour linked to Duleep Singh and Lord Dalhousie & learn about the ‘Battlefields of the Anglo Sikh Wars’ with an illustrated talk by military historian Amarpal Singh Sidhu.
Free (Booking advisable at
collectioncare@re-museum.co.uk or call 01634 822221)

Anglo Sikh Heritage Trail 2 Victoria Mews Walsall West Midlands WS4 2DZ
Email info@asht.info or call 0845 600 1893 Website: www.asht.info

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