Sunday 13 October, 19.00 at St Martin's Church


An immersive show exploring ancient roots and connections via music, dance and stories from the Mediterranean, India and West Africa

Date & Time: Sunday 13 October, 19.00

Ticket price: £22 / £18; under 30s £11 / £9; under 12s free, Booking opens 29 July for Festival Friends and 7 August for all

Venue: St Martin's Church

Music, dance and storytelling are as old as humanity itself and have spread around the globe with the migrations of people and their cultures, in a past deeper than any  surviving written records. Many ancient traditions have evolved into forms still  practised to this day. A thrilling evening to set your imaginations free from any borders.

For your chance to be a part of this perfermance see our lion dance course with Palaye Seck at South East Dance.

The Idrîsî ensemble
Thomas Fournil director

BREMF Community Choir
Andrew Robinson director

Aradhana Arts
Sanju Sahai tabla
Jaymini Sahai Kathak dance
Debipriya Sirca voice, sitar

Suntou Susso voice, kora
Palaye Seck lion dance
Participants from a lion dance course directed by Palaye Seck

Adam Courting narrator