Please support our arts and education work at Samosa Media

Our education work with young people is based on our arts productions.

Using the arts, we promote education and dialogue, as well as providing spaces to explore cultural and social issues impacting our communities.

Our education work with young people is based on our arts productions.

Our approach is always inclusive and open to people from all backgrounds, engaging people of all faiths and communities in the work we do.

Since 2015, The Samosa has delivered arts and media workshops and lectures to schools, colleges, universities and community groups across the UK.

In the two-year period from September 2021 to September 231,417 young people participated in our study programmes, arts workshops, talks and film screenings, held in community and youth centres, schools,  universities, as well as in our online workshops and tutorials. 

As well as delivering education programmes, we have worked with leading national and international arts companies to deliver theatre, film, media and music concerts. 

This includes Dara, the first South Asian history play performed on a main stage at the National Theatre, and a film on the Lahore Museum  that’s had more than three million views online and is now used as a curriculum resource by schools and universities, as well as a resource for cultural diplomacy and peacebuilding by interfaith groups.    

To deliver this education work, we rely on funding and support from Trusts, Foundations and individuals.

Our education work has been supported by Esmee Fairbairn Foundation, The Portal Trust, Foundation for Future London, Sir Harvey McGrath and  Arts Council England.

If you would like to support our education work with young people,  please send your donation to,

The Samosa Media Limited

HSBC – Branch 59-61 Broadway, London E15 1XF

Sort code 400630

Account number 92801299

Thank you.