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We have now added the sparkling WOMAD Call to Bands competition winners to our lineup and don't they look good up there?!
The WOMAD Foundation in association with Wiltshire Community Arts presents, 'Sounds And Moves From The Punjab With The Dhol Foundation' at Oaksey Village Hall on the 12th July 2011 & Sherston Village Hall on the 13th July 2011.
The evening will feature introductions to Dhol traditions and performances by the Dhol Foundation, Bollywood Brass Band's Kay Charlton and the Frock Band. A workshop for dancers, drummers and brass players (please bring your own instruments) will follow the performances. If you're in the area come along and be a part of a very special evening.
Performances 7:30pm - 8:15pm.
Workshop 8:30pm - 9:30pm.
Tickets available from:
Sherston Post Office.
Telephone: 01666 840202
Oaksey Village Shop,
Telephone: 01666 577197
Adults: £5. Children: £3.
Our final artist announcement is coming at the end of this week with full times, stages and dates, completing the website lineup!
And what comes next? Well planning for who you must see, who you should see, who you might catch, who you can catch.....
We watch them..All!
The site map for this year's festival is now available to download. Get the lay of the land and start planning your WOMAD Charlton Park 2011.
Well we did say it was a close finish. In fact it was only milli points between the two. So, we took this into account along with your feedback on what we realise now were confusing T & C's and have offered The Communicators a slot at the festival as well as The Bear Beats Band. We are happy to announce that they have both accepted.
The Communicators will be playing in the Big Red Tent on Friday July 29th and The Bear Beats Band will be playing on Saturday 30th July on the Charlie Gillet stage. We feel very excited to have two rising talents, chosen by you WOMADians, on our stages this year!
Rest assured we have learnt from our mistakes and apologise for any upset caused. At least now we have two excellent bands performing instead of one.