Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan

  • About
    The Bhavan in London was inaugurated in 1972 in a small office near Oxford Street. After a few years, the Bhavan moved to a new property in the Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. This building is a beautiful former church.

    The Bhavan’s main hall, the Mountbatten Auditorium, is a 295 seat performing space set in the old church building section of the Bhavan.

    It boasts excellent acoustics and has good audio and lighting facilities and tiered seating. It is capable of accommodating a range of different events from lectures and musical performances to dance and drama. It comes equipped with two changing rooms.

    The auditorium was extensively renovated in 2005 - the new facilties were inaugrated by HRH The Prince of Wales accompanied by The Duchess of Cornwall.
  • Built in
    1972
  • Capacity
    295
  • Address
    4a Castletown Road
    West Kensington
    London
    W14 9HE
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