Natyaloka Clasical Indian dance. 3.30 Finally! We have been trying to fit into Swaroopa's busy schedule since day dot and this year we have done it, it may warp the time space continuum but it will be completely worth it to introduce the beautiful art form of Indian classical dance. Click the picture below … Continue reading Natyaloka Dance
Introducing Julie Woods, aka "that Blind woman". Julie will be telling tales of Braille and taking names, literally, she's gathering names in Braille. Julie will enlighten us about Braille, open the floor to our inquisitive audience for a kids Q & A, and will also be providing some Colour by Braille pages. Julie is a … Continue reading That Blind Woman
Kadodo West African Drums. 12:00 Welcome travellers, amongst stories from around the globe on the day we will have a brief and glorious stopover in Ghana, Africa. Robert Koffie Fugah is bringing the sound of drums to our festival! Specifically Kadodo West African Drums, they have a fantastic repertoire and they are bringing their … Continue reading Here Come the Drums Here Come the Drums
The Galapagos Islands are an ark of diverse life and in her story Carla wanted to tell us about the many species there that can be found nowhere else and about the beautiful ways these animals court and raise their young. Frigates who puff up their chests with love, seals, tortoises, marine iguanas, blue footed … Continue reading Carla and the Romantic Frigate Birds
Stories are a way of passing down values but if you are in the story perhaps you will not know if you are the hero or the villain. Halah's story posed just this question of a chef who felt he was robbed. In case you are wondering, he got justice, but perhaps not the outcome … Continue reading Halah returns with a tale of Justice.