16:30 PM to 21:30 PM
Tickets from £25

Bedford Corn Exchange

St Paul’s Square


MK40 1SL


17:00 PM to 21:00 PM
Tickets from £25

Lighthouse Theatre,

262-274 Camberwell Rd,




17:00 PM to 21:00 PM
Tickets from £25

The Forum Centre,



M22 5RX

About Bhumi Arts and Events

The name ‘Bhūmi’ is Sanskrit word for “Earth“. ‘Bhumi Entertainments’ is a new business enterprise consisting of like-minded IT professionals , artists, engineers and medical consultants. Bhumi has been formed with the aim of reviving ancient art forms and cultural heritage of south India which are in decline.

Our Vision

Afsal and Jyotsna Live in Concert


Afsal is an Indian playback singer in Malayalam film industry. He has sung more than 250+ movie songs, 500+ Christian devotional albums and 500+ mapilapaattukal. His popular songs include "Kai thudi thalam", "En Karalil (Raakshasi)", "Ishtamalleda Enikkishtamalleda", "Shaaba Shaaba" and "Penne en penne".


Jyotsna is an Indian playback singer in who has sung more than 1000 movie songs. Jyotsna gained wider recognition for singing popular songs such as “Karuppinazhaku” from Swapnakoodu (2003), “Themma Themma Themmadikkatte” from Rain Rain Come Again (2004) and "Raftara" from Lucifer (2019). 

Francis Xavier

Francis Xavier is a well known violinist

UNESCO Heritage Art forms and Unique classical dance forms of Kerala

Koodiyattam - (കൂടിയാട്ടം) is a traditional performing art form in the state of Kerala. It is a combination of ancient Sanskrit theatre with elements of Koothu, an ancient performing art from the Sangam era. It is officially recognised by UNESCO as a Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity.

Kathakali - Kathakali (കഥകളി) is a major form of classical Indian dance. It is a art distinguished by the elaborately colourful make-up and costumes of the traditional male actor-dancers. It is native to the region of Kerala and is almost entirely practiced and appreciated by Malayali people.

Mohiniyattom - Mohiniyattam, (മോഹിനിയാട്ടം), is an Indian classical dance form that developed and remained popular in the state of Kerala. Mohiniyattam dance gets its name from the word Mohini – a historical enchantress avatar of the Lord Vishnu, who helps the good prevail over evil by developing her feminine powers.

Mudiyettu - Mudiyettu was inscribed in the UNESCO’s list of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, becoming the second art form from Kerala after Koodiyattam. It is a traditional theatre and folk dance drama from Kerala that enacts the mythological tale of a battle between the goddess Kali and the demon Darika.