15-day celebration of arts and creativity in Medway
giedre-sa.com | June 7, 2009 at 11:41 amby
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Three weeks of arts and creativity – Fuse festival is back. New country talents and worldwide known names – it’s all free.
If you haven’t got enough on the High street – you could enjoy your time on the riverside. You could spend your time with friends or take part in workshops.
Red carpet was ready and waiting for people. Shanta Rao Dutt – Indian filmmaker who travelled to Chatham Dockyard in 1939 presented fragments of material to public.
BBC also turned round. Industry professionals been teaching 13-19 year old people filmmaking, photography, fashion and dance basis in their workshops.
The main action started at 8pm. Carnival parade turned onto riverside and you could see the end of Siddhartha story. Blend of Indian music and culture got onto stage. Local dance groups showed their skills and a blend of Bollywood followed soon after. From music to dancing – you could really enjoy your evening in the city.
The most awaited – Panjabi by Nature – appeared on the stage and put crowd on the move with their catchy hooks and heavy beats.
The evening was finished with The World Famous latest creation. Green vines of flower turned into fountain and brought to life a burning emblem of India’s national bird. Soon after sky was lightened with fireworks.
7th Fuse Medway festival started in Chatham. But be sure to turn round Rochester on 13th. More dance and music in Medway and … it’s all free
More information on fusefestival.org.uk
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