Fantastic acts from all over the world will perform at Hammersmith & Fulham’s Celebration of Diversity.
The event on Saturday 11 March will include a three course buffet plus the chance to win some great prizes.
It will raise money for Hammersmith & Fulham Foodbank and mental health charity Mind.
“We’re lucky to have such amazing talent in Hammersmith & Fulham,” said H&F’s Mayor, Cllr Mercy Umeh.
“We’d love you to come and enjoy their performances, and help us celebrate H&F’s diversity.”
The acts include:
- CSI Steel Band
- Dancers from the Bhavan Centre
- African musicians, The Emmanuel Kintambu Band
- Moroccan singer, Adel Tuzani
- Tatry, a Polish song and dance group
- Albert & Friends Instant Circus
- Street dance by Scariofunk Collective
“We’re delighted to be assisting the mayor with the programme for this very exciting event,” said Petrea Owens, Chair of HF Arts Fest, who will be stage managing on the night.
“It’s going to be vibrant, colourful and will reflect the variety of talent from the many different cultures within our community.”
There will be some great prizes up for grabs in the raffle including an overnight stay and dinner at the Novotel London West in Hammersmith, and a signed football from Fulham FC.
The three course buffet will feature flavours from all over the world, including tasty tagines, spiced roast chicken, beef bourguignon, polish soup and Mediterranean salads.
Tickets cost £30 per person or £25 a head for bookings of 10 people or more.
To buy yours or find out more email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 8753 2013 / 2081.
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