Posted on 23/05/2012
There will be sensory overload at Royal Holloway, University of London next week as the College hosts a special event to celebrate its cultural diversity.
Royal Holloway International and the Department of Music are holding the second annual International Music Feast, where students, staff, partners and friends are invited to share dance, music and food from a variety of cultural backgrounds.
Everybody attending the event in Wettons Annexe on Tuesday will bring food or perform music, dance or theatre from a culture familiar to them
Dr Henry Stobart, Reader in Music and Ethnomusicology, said: “Last year’s International Music Feast involved a wonderful array of food and music. We already have an exciting range of international music lined-up for this year’s event.”
There is no charge to attend the International Music Feast; just bring along food to share or provide a performance. To register for the event, visit the International Music Feast web pages.
- International Music Feast, 7 pm, Tuesday 29 May , Wettons Annexe, Royal Holloway.