Rumi’s Cave is a alternative community hub, arts and events venue in London, presenting a diverse range of cultural and social programmes to connect hearts, minds and communities. It is a non-defined social space open to all to reflect and share, inspired by the legacy of Jalauddin Rumi.
The Cave offers an eclectic mix of programs and events, ranging from poetry, storytelling and music nights, to afternoon tea, and a variety of talks, courses and creative workshops.
|Organisation Type||Charity / Community Centre|
Breakfast Club, Rumi’s Cave, Mon – Fri, 9am – 11am
Saturday Lunch, Harlesden Ummah, Every Sat, 1pm – 2pm
Food parcels (by request, please email)
|Volunteers Required?||Not at present|
|Receives Self Referral||Yes, email firstname.lastname@example.org|
Information from Rumi’s Cave
Rooted in a vibrant and dynamic community, the Cave has managed to bring together a diverse group of local and international guests, who share a passion for culture, creativity and learning. It also serves as a safe, non-judgemental space, where people from different backgrounds can come together and explore their cultures and identity. Rumi’s Cave is a space opened for all to provide much needed help and support to the very vulnerable members of our community.
Areas Served by Rumi’s Cave
- Brondesbury Park
- Church End
- Dollis Hill
- Kensal Green
- Park Royal
- Queen’s Park
- Wembley Park
- Willesden Green