Benefit Night in aid of Tibet Society

[25 August 2016] Tibetan Community in Britain is delighted to co-host an evening of culture, fun and positive vibes in support of Tibet Society, the world’s oldest Tibet NGO. Tibet Society is facing financial challenges at the moment and your help is urgently needed to sustain its work for the Tibetan people, especially at this critical time.

Benefit Night in aid of Tibet Society 
Saturday 3rd September 2016
From 5.30pm to 10pm
Free admission. Donations kindly received
The Hive (Dalston), 260-264 Kingsland Road, London E8 4DG

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Public transport: Haggerston train station (on East London Overground line) or frequent buses from Liverpool Street (149, 242), Old Street (243) or Aldgate (67)

Prayer flags and mountain

Tibet Society will exhibit some of its historical photographs and magazines. Nawang N. Anja-Tsang’s latest film, A Mother’s Son, will also be shown at the event, for those who missed its premiere in July.

The benefit night will include:

  • Tibetan cultural performance
  • Film screening
  • Photo exhibition
  • Early Christmas shopping of Tibetan merchandise items
  • Guest appearance by Rt. Hon Norman Baker, President of Tibet Society
  • Food & drinks
  • Dance: A fusion of Tibetan, Bollywood and international music, making it a night to remember!

TS logoTibet Society was formed in 1959 within months of His Holiness the Dalai Lama and tens of thousands of Tibetan refugees’ arrival in India. It continues to keep Tibet in the news through lobbying with the British Government and Members of Parliament from all sides of the house and through campaigning on human rights issues.

TCiB logoThe Tibetan Community in Britain works towards creating a greater awareness of Tibet’s political and human rights situation. It also focuses on preservation and promotion of Tibetan heritage, language, culture and tradition in United Kingdom under the guidance of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet.

Tibet Society, the world’s first Tibet support group, was founded in 1959. Funded by its members, it has been working for over 50 years to seek justice for Tibet through parliamentary lobbying, campaigns and actions. Help keep Tibet alive by joining Tibet Society today. Annual membership £24; Family £36; Life £500.


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