Tuesday, 9 July 2013

Southburgh Festival of World Music (Again!)

Seems my blog is all about Anna Mudeka's festival.   However, this is one of the nicest festivals I have ever been to.... This year is the first year Anna is hosting campers, extending the entertainment and workshops over three days. How exciting!

http://southburghfestival.com/

In a quiet corner of Norfolk, music, food, workshops and happiness will come together for an amazing 3 days from the 26th to 28th July. Our main aim is to raise money for The Mudeka Foundation whilst creating community cohesion in rural Norfolk and providing a platform for young and emerging talent across many genres and cultures.

Southburgh Festival 2013 is going to be a rich mix of culture from across the world with main headline already confirmed. Kanda Bongo Man will be making his first appearance in Norfolk with his 8 piece band. The Congolese singer is known as the man who single handedly put kwassa kwassa music on the world map. His shows are dazzling, joyous and mesmerising. Joining him on stage will be The Turbans and The Vagaband with many more still to be announced.

http://southburghfestival.com/

Wednesday, 13 June 2012

Claudia Aurora on Tour Autumn 2012


Claudia is on tour again in September and October...“Porto-born singer/songwriter Claudia Aurora enraptures with the spine-tingling emotion of her powerful, mournful Fado torch songs. Her extraordinary voice, drenched in a sadness that courses through the audience, gives the soaring sound of Portugal unique dramatic expression.” (St. George’s Bristol)

Last few remaining dates are yet to be booked, Arts La'Olam is hoping for gigs .. call 07990 802 776 for promoter details.

At Anna Mudeka's Gaff

She's at it again in style! Anna Mudeka hosts the third Southburgh World Music Festival near Thetford, its a great family day out with a party long into the evening...

Thursday, 22 September 2011

That time of year again!

Lawrence Walker <lawrence501@hotmail.com> wrote:

Hello All,

Passing on our  web page for Colchester Black History Month 2011

www.bhmcolchester.co.uk

Anyone needing leaflets and posters, please let us know by sending an email and for

any help, support, or info, message us on info@bhmcolchester.co.uk

Thanks
Lawrence
07900 921916

Wednesday, 27 July 2011

Southburgh Music Festival

It doesn’t seem that long ago last festival when we were dancing the night away to Kasai Masai and Jugnu Bhangra.
Everyone left the site on a high blessed by Kasai Masai, even Anna Mudeka's 3 year old daughter was singing their name for weeks afterwards.
This year they festival team has another fantastic line up for you with main headline Murphy’s Lore playing some great Irish tunes and Kaago from Ivory Coast doing some African drumming, dancing and acrobatics which has to be seen to be believed. To top it off, the Anna Mudeka band are back again with a great new line up and songs.


You will be able to try your hand at Japanese Taiko drumming or Egyptian dance, African dance and for the children there is Garlic Theatre performing the three Billy Goats Graff. There'll be some new stalls added to the popular ones which have been there over the past two years.
Jan’s Rotti and the Black Farmer offer food and this year they will be joined by Pela who will be making some Zimbabwean food and the Rose of India will have an Indian Buffet for the evening yum yum.

TICKETS
£15 ADULTS concessions £13
£7 CHILDREN
FAMILY TICKETS £40

You can now also purchase festival tickets through Anna's website www.annamudeka.co.uk
01362 822 194   Look forward to seeing you all

Monday, 18 July 2011

Tribe of Doris Intercultural Summer School

August 9th - 14th 2011. Nr Wellington, Somerset, UK.
Britains first and foremost Intercultural Summer School with top quality teachers from worldwide.
Pioneers in intercultural participation in the UK, Tribe of Doris bring together people of all ages, backgrounds and ethnicities to learn about each others cultures by dancing, singing, drumming and playing together. 5 days of workshops with award winning teachers such as Seckou Keita from Senegal, Nii Tagoe from Ghana, Anita Deaulne ex Zap Mama, Guy Schalom from Israel, Mariana Pinho from Brazil and whirling dervish Sufi Sheikh Ahmed Dede. Unlike most events we participate in, rather than passively consume, 'other' cultures.
The Tribe of Doris Intercultural Summer Scool, Many Cultures - One Race.
Suitable for all ages and all abilities. Flat camping, yurt hire, sauna, hot showers, international food, childrens area, youth workshops, firelight, stars and much more besides....
For further information please see www.tribeofdoris.co.uk  or call  0845 458 0190 or contact us on admin@tribeofdoris.co.uk

Courtney Mallick

Well done Courtney, an excellent event manager for Colchester Carnival at the weekend, you have done Arts La'Olam proud! Lots of good hard work helped the Round Table bring 7000 people to the streets of the city to listen to Samba bands, Bagpipes and more Samba bands....Get ready Colchester for some Reggae events courtesy of Courtney and Ashanti Yard coming your way soon....