Welcome to BrickLaneCircle!
For more than two decades, Brick Lane Circle has been working to help transform the intellectual landscape of the Bangladeshi community in the UK, so that we can confidently and critically engage with everything to do with the mainstream. We hope you will continue to take an active interest in our work.
Book launch and drama performance at Woolwich Centra Library (above image) – Human Stories and East India Company.
Since 2010, we have organised an Annual Bengal History Week programme during October, as a contribution to the Black History Month.
Since 2008, Brick Lane Circle has organised an annual comedy evening, accompanied by music on some occasions.
A project for 2021/2022
This project aims to utilise philosophy and its various sub-divisions – such as logic, metaphysics, ethics, political thought and epistemology – to critically explore community cohesion issues in East London, including Covid-19 related prejudices that have been directed, by some, against the Chinese community, for example. The focus is on race, ethnicity, faith and culture.
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A play for December 2021
We aim to utilise the medium of drama to bring to life the story of how Bengal lost its independence to the British in 1757, more than a quarter millennia ago, including pre-Battle of Plassey in 1757 dynamics, the conquest and what unfolded during the next quarter-century.
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Our YouTube channel: Brick Lane Circle
We recorded most of our seminars, conference papers and some footage of East India Company Walks. We will upload more videos onto our YouTube channel in the coming days and weeks.