The Arab British Centre aims to further understanding of the Arab world by promoting its culture, sharing its knowledge and supporting a community of individuals and organisations that work to enhance friendship and collaboration between people of the UK and the Arab world.

What's On

Partner Event

BAYT The Art of Arab Hospitality

17 January '19 - 26 January '19

Our Event

Oud, Darbuka & Music Literacy

25 January - 5 April '19

Partner Event

On Her Shoulders

25 January '19 - 31 January '19


Posted 10/01/2019

Celebrating Syria – an interview with Rethink Rebuild Society

2018 saw the second edition of the Manchester festival Celebrating Syria take place, organised by Rethink Rebuild Society (RR), a charity that provides community assistance and support to improve lives and promote aspirations of refugees, asylum seekers and immigrants in the UK. Offering a varied programme of services and events, they are currently displaying an […]

Posted 13/12/2018

Becoming Scheherazade – an interview with Kamaal Hussain of The Thief of Baghdad Theatre Company

Posted 21/11/2018

Hala Kaiksow on Bahrain Art Week in London

Posted 24/10/2018

‘That’s Why I’m Here’ – An Interview with Comedian Jenan Younis

Posted 14/09/2018

Annemarie Jacir provokes and entertains the audience with her ‘generation game’ in ‘Wajib’

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The Arab British Centre library is a public borrowing library. Formerly a private collection put together over the past 40 years.

We organise and promote cultural and artistic events, and host a community of like-minded resident organisations at our central London premises.

Our meeting room is in the heart of the City of London and can be hired for use by registered organisations, societies and NGOs associated with Arab-British issues.