An Indian Summer Festival | On The Hour: Dance Kahanyan



Join us to celebrate an exciting international project that brings together two world-renowned choreographers and dancers, Wahab Shah and Bridget Fiske, exploring what dance means for people in urban and rural areas of Pakistan and the UK.

Expect live dance performances and short films made by young people in the UK and Pakistan, plus a documentary sharing the experiences of our artists in each other’s cities.

From self-taught breakdancers and Hip Hop archivers to community Flamenco dancers and Bharatanatyam teachers, from artists on the fringes to those in the mainstream, as well as young people and students creating futures, this project celebrates how people are dancing in their own unique ways, within their communities and within this moment in time.

Drop-ins are welcome but book your free ticket to guarantee your space.

Part of An Indian Summer Festival Community Day – a day celebrating South Asian Culture through music, dance, food and much more! Click here for more details about the day.

Running time: 1 hour



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