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Sapporo Meets Buxton

Sapporo Meets Buxton

Date: 28 July – 4 August 2009 Venue: Buxton Opera House and other venues Tel: 01298 77440 Email: funnywonder@live.com Web: http://www.funnywonders.org.uk/ Organiser: Funny Wonders Puppet Theatre Company in collaboration with Yamabiko-Za Children’s Theatre  Buxton Puppet Festival, a partnership formed by the Buxton Opera House and Funny Wonders, will host a delegation of performers, workshop leaders […]

Japanese Art Festival

Japanese Art Festival

Date: 11th ~12th July Venue: Richmond Adult Community College Parkshot Richmond TW9 2RE Web site: http://www.japaneseartfestival.com/ On 11th and 12th July 2009, there will be two days of art, cultural activities and fun at the Richmond Adult Community College, Richmond, Surrey, UK, including the Manga & Anime Art Exhibition. Entry to the Japanese Art Festival […]

TASTE OF ASIA 2009

TASTE OF ASIA 2009

Britain’s love affair with Asian cuisine continued at Taste of Asia, Potters Fields London between 29th and 31st May. Taste of Asia is the part of the Celebrasian festival and for the last three years the Celebrasian festival has received significant media coverage to millions of people. Asian Woman and B4U continued their partnership in […]

Taste of Asia (Exhibition)

Taste of Asia (Exhibition)

Date: Friday 29 May to Sunday Venue: Potters Field, SE1 Britain’s love affair with Asian cuisine continues at Taste of AsiaCelebrity chef Ross Burden again hosts the Rangemaster cookery theatre with chefs demonstrating how to cook amazing Asian dishes. Cherie Blair will open the show and cook on stage with Anjum Anand (BBC’s Indian Food […]

The Pinnacle of Music Festivals – Fuji Rock 2009

The Pinnacle of Music Festivals – Fuji Rock 2009

The Killers, Oasis, Franz Ferdinand, Basement Jaxx, Simian Mobile Disco and Ben Harper are among the acts already confirmed to play at this year’s Fuji Rock (24-26 July) – one of the most extraordinary music festivals in the world. The event has got bigger and bigger since it was first held in 1997 and today […]

Jeonju Int’l Film Festival to celebrate 10th anniversary

Jeonju Int’l Film Festival to celebrate 10th anniversary

Jeonju, a city about three hours southwest of Seoul, is known for its welcoming citizenry, its signature dish bibimbap (mixed rice and vegetables with gochujang, red pepper paste) and some of Korea’s loveliest surviving pre-modern architecture and folk culture. In Korea’s beautiful springtime, the city with the heart of a small town gets more cosmopolitan […]

Tongyeong Int’l Music Festival celebrates life of late composer

Tongyeong Int’l Music Festival celebrates life of late composer

Tongyeong will be filled with artistic energy in late March with music fans from all around the world in attendance. The 8th Tongyeong International Music Festival will be held from Mar. 27 to Apr. 2 in Tongyeong, Korea’s beautiful port city on the southern coast. Tongyeong International Music Festival began life in 1999 as a […]

Liverpool: European Capital of Culture 08 ‘LIVE FROM KOREA’

Liverpool: European Capital of Culture 08 ‘LIVE FROM KOREA’

Established in 1998, Liverpool Biennial is the UK’s largest and most widely reviewed festival. Celebrating the tenth anniversary of its foundation by James Moores, the fifth edition of Liverpool Biennial will be even more impressive in scale and ambition than its predecessors, and a key event in Liverpool’s year as European Capital of Culture 2008. […]

London United Korean Fan Club

London United Japanese Fan Club