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Festival of India in Paekākāriki
October 2 @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pmVarious prices
5-6pm and 6.30-8.30pm on Saturday 1 October
10am-12.30pm, 12.30-4pm and 6-8pm on Sunday 2 October
Waterlily & Co proudly present the very first Festival of India in Paekākāriki!
Featuring two of Aotearoa’s most renowned Indian classical dance and music ensembles along with a classic film, food and boutique stalls.
Tickets can be booked online or by emailing Helen Keivom at [email protected].
Saturday 1st October
5 – 6pm: Vivek Kinra’s Mudra Dance Company
6.30 – 8.30pm: Basant Madhur Ensemble (Tabla, Sitar, Harmonium, Violin)
More details at the event link.
(30 minute interval, snacks and chai available for purchase)
Sunday 2nd Oct
10am – 12.30pm
Indian classical music workshop with Basant Madhur Ensemble
Programme details at the event link.
Prior knowledge of Indian not essential.
Attendees can bring any acoustic instrument of their choice.
Suitable for all ages, from intermediate to professional levels.
Please bring a cushion to sit on like the tutors. Chairs be available if required.
*20 minute break midway*
Sunday 2 Oct
12.30pm – 4pm
Indian food, clothes, jewelry, henna painting and more.
Sunday 2nd Oct
6 – 8pm
Classic Film “Shakespeare Wallah” (1965), English and Hindi with subtitles.
Romance-comedy starring pre-Bollywood superstar Shashi Kapoor, Felicity Kendal (BBC’s The Good Life), Madhur Jaffrey. By kind permission of Merchant Ivory Productions.
Shakespeare Wallah is a 1965 Merchant Ivory Productions film. The story and screenplay are by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, about a travelling family theatre troupe of English actors in India, who perform Shakespeare plays in towns across India, amidst a dwindling demand for their work and the rise of Bollywood. The music was composed by Satyajit Ray.
Tickets $10. All proceeds to St Peter’s Village Hall upkeep.