Film screening Road To Peace; Ancient Wisdom of the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet & Music, Special Guests…

To celebrate the DVD release of Road to Peace we offer you a unique opportunity to enjoy an evening of Live Music, Film and Conversation. Early bird tickets are available via the official website below or you could have a go at winning some – see our Competitions page to enter!


Film screening Road To Peace; Ancient Wisdom of the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet


Live music from Tim Wheater


Chanting from the monks of Kagyu Samye Dzong, London


Q&A with Director Leon Stuparich & Thubten Samdup, Representative of His Holiness The Dalai Lama.


Trailer & Early Bird Tickets: 
The Dalai Lama is the spiritual and political leader of six million Tibetan people and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize for his non-violent approach to the liberation of Tibet.


The documentary Road to Peace candidly reveals his nature and wisdom, and shows how he inspires millions of people of all nationalities and creeds to live more meaningful lives in harmony with each other, and with the planet.


This unique film captures the simple, human and humorous side of the Dalai Lama and reveals his personal and powerful legacy for this and future generations.


Featuring music by Grammy Nominee Nawang Khechog



An extraordinary film”

David Sanborn


The message of peace and non-violence will be taken into homes, hearts and minds” Tushar Gandhi


As close to a flesh-and-blood encounter with the Dalai Lama as it gets”

Positive News



Tim Wheater

Award winning composer, flautist, vocalist, teacher and public speaker, Tim has presented his acclaimed inspirational music, talks and demonstrations all over the world. He has co-presented with some of the finest renowned authors, healers and spiritual teachers including Deepak Chopra, Wayne Dwyer, Neale Donald Walsch, Julia Cameron, James Redfield and more recently His Holiness the Dalai Lama.



Kagyu Samye Dzong, London

Tibetan Buddhist Centre providing peace and tranquility for all at its two centers in central London.



5% of the profits of the film (Road to Peace) will be donated to Tibet House Trust.



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