Front Street, Stanley
County Durham, England DH9 0NA

Kalapremis Annual Ganesh Festival, in its 17th year,celebrates the Indian festival of the much loved elephant-headed deity, Ganesh. Loved for his gigantic and gentle looks,Ganesh is also considered to bestow prosperity and knowledge.Scrumptious breakfast and lunch, a music and dance showcase by students from our Indian Music Trail and Indian Dance Trail projects will kick start the event followed by Sanjeev Chimmalgi on vocals and "Journey into India", a music and dance production by Manasamitra.
There are visual arts workshops where you can 'Make your own Elephant' along with the exhibition Motion -2, by members of EDAN (East Durham Artists Network).
Come along to the festival to experience India and its diversity.

Box Office: 01207 218899

Added by santanupal on September 3, 2009

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