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BACK with a bang, the EnLIVEn Festival in Eastleigh tomorrow promises the best in local music, fashion, dance and art, all for free!
Leigh Road Recreation Ground will be buzzing with activity, as a line-up of performances entertain the crowds, including storytelling and poetry, drumming and showcases from The Point Street Art Company and Point Yo uth Dance Company.
The Point will be offering workshops in salsa, street dance, tap and ballet for young participants of all abilities in their dance studio and on the garden stage.
Fashion fans can get their fix, as the stage comes alive with colourful and creative designs from local artists and designers who have been working with local charity shops to highlight the beauty of recycling.
Music enthusiasts will get to sample the up-to-date sounds of the south, as local bands from across Hampshire take to the stage.
Amusement for sporting fans will be offered in the form of a climbing wall, human table football and crazy golf.
It runs from11am to 6pm.
n HAT Fair and theatre Royal Winchester invite families with little ones under five to the piazza in front of the Discovery Centre to share in Hat Fair fun, with story-telling, face-painting, balloon modelling, music making plus an imaginative dance performance on stage, in which little ones can dance and participate.
Free for under fives, the event takes place today and tomorrow.THE Games is presented as an ‘undiscovered’ Aristophanes comedy and uses clown, shadow puppetry, song and a lot of laughter to bring you the tale of three Greek nobodies caught up in a celestial bet between Zeus, Hera and Hercules.
Our unwitting heroes: Stanzas (a terrible poet), Darius (the runt of the litter) and Hermaphrodite (born a girl) travel to compete in the ancient Olympics and take on the heroes of the sporting world with epic results for mankind. The Games is full of clowning, songs and some seriously funny puns.
The show was selected to be one of only a handful of theatre productions to carry the London 2012 Inspire mark and where possible follows the UK's Olympic Torch route.
It appears at Forest Arts in New Milton on Tuesday, ahead of Hampshire’s Olympic Torch Relay stint.
Call 01425 612 393 or visit hants.gov.uk/forest INTERNATIONAL flamenco company Cancion Gitana have created a new and unique dance biography focusing on the brief and extraordinary life of the remarkable poet, Federico Garcia Lorca.
In the opening days of the Spanish Civil War in 1936, the country’s greatest modern poet and playwright was brutally assassinated by a fascist gang, one of the earliest acts of brutality in a vicious war that was to tear Spain apart for three years.
The new work – which will be performed at the Tower Arts Centre, Kings School, Romsey Road, Winchester, tonight – explores his life, friendships and rivalries with Bunuel and Dali, fascination with Gypsy culture and passionate love of fiery Flamenco dance and song.
Created and choreographed by Flamenco dancer Helena, the spectacular features an international company of Flamenco dancers, singers and a guitarist and narrator.
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