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Ensemble “Hanabi” Concert – Songs of the East and Songs of West

Ensemble “Hanabi”  Concert –  Songs of the East and Songs of West

A Japanese women’s singing group “Hanabi” is coming from Tokyo once again to St Augustine’s Church to give a concert on Sunday, 7th September 2014. Hanabi, led by Mrs Sadako Oshikiri was originally formed by seven ladies for the concert at St Augustine’s in 2009. Since then they have been rehearsing regularly in between their […]

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2014: A Walk in the Dust

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2014: A Walk in the Dust

This unique piece of Korean theatre centres on the story of young Gretchen. Just seven years old during the Japanese occupation of the state of Joseon she is caught up in a demonstration in her town for its liberation. Killed by a Japanese gunshot, the spirit of Gretchen begs with God to let her live […]

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2014: A Drinker

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2014: A Drinker

The life of Myung-su is colourful in many ways. He has a lifelong relationship with the bottle. Just as his life was looking bright, his business goes bankrupt and he is left with nothing but debt. Believing that all hope is lost, he drinks his money away but finds hope again when he starts a […]

Bottle Mail from Okinawa

Bottle Mail from Okinawa

Following the success of last year’s four-star productions, Ship of the Ryukyu returns to the Edinburgh Fringe with an exciting traditional song and dance show from Okinawa. When a bottle containing an ancient message is opened the audience are taken back in time to the glorious Ryukyu Kingdom. Featuring live sanshin and flute music as […]

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2014: Taekwon Percussion Performance – BIGABI

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2014: Taekwon Percussion Performance – BIGABI

Look for BIGABI, the finest Taekwondo players! These players will combine the beauty and spirit of traditional Korean percussion instruments with the power of Taekwon movements. The most advanced Taekwondo students from Jung Moo Kwan enter in to the battle to be selected as the members of BIGABI, the best of the best. Taekwondo is […]

BBC Proms with Maestro Myung-Whun Chung

BBC Proms with Maestro Myung-Whun Chung

The Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra, Korea's No. 1 orchestra, will embark on a European tour to perform in four music festivals in August 2014. Under the baton of Maestro Myung-Whun Chung, the orchestra will unleash their musical ardor and virtuoso talents at the BBC Proms following their performances in Finland, Austria and Italy. (For more details, […]

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2014: Like Fireworks, Like Butterflies

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2014: Like Fireworks, Like Butterflies

A girl who went aboard alone to learn how to dance at the age of 16 in the 1920s, Choi Seunghee! Korea‘s legendary dancer, one of modern Korea’s original cultural icons. She pioneered the development of modern dance in Korea and remains a legend in Korea after more than 100 years after her death. This […]

“The SAKE” (Edinburgh Festival Fringe)

“The SAKE” (Edinburgh Festival Fringe)

The Sake fuses both traditional and contemporary dance and multimedia at New Town Theatre from 2 until 24 August. We invite you to the beautiful visionary world of The Sake with Japanese traditional dance, aerial acrobatics, Japanese traditional storyteller, enhanced by world-beating projection mapping and 3D sound. DEN’s motto is “feel Japan through the five […]

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