Pop Up Acts
In 2018 we had our first Pop-Up stage. It was so popular that we have decided to keep it as a part of the festival. The Pop-Up stage can be found in the boating lake zone, towards Aldermans Hill.
12:30-13:30pm Badra Bellydance
Samantha has been belly dancing since 2000 and teaching since 2003. She trained as a Bellydance teacher with the JWAAD (Josephine Wise Academy of Arabic Dance) and has taken classes with the top teachers & dancers from the UK, USA and Cairo such as Josephine Wise, Randa Kamal, Raqia Hassan, Aida Nour, Galit Mersand, Azzia, Kay Taylor and Princess Faharna to name but a few.
Her classes are welcoming, upbeat and fun, and are attended by ladies of all ages, shapes and abilities. With the combination of traditional Egyptian dance with modern & fusion, there is something for all. Don’t worry should you find yourself addicted to the sensual exotic moves and music of the Middle East! If not that then perhaps the wonderful sparkly fab outfits you can dress up in - what more could a girl want?
Bellydance is great for the body and the mind. It's a great way to tone, burn calories and mobilise all your joints so help with those aches and pains. Don’t let things get you down, come along to class and shimmy your stress away. When dancing, your body produces is own natural happy drug which can lift your spirits!
Now’s your chance to see what it’s all about.
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1.00pm - 1.30pm The Big Choir
The Big Choir is a group of enthusiastic amateur singers who love to sing and perform together. We meet weekly and have 3 sessions to choose from. Full details can be found on our website: www.thebigchoir.org
Members pay a monthly subscription with all profits going to The Francis Crick Institute in Kings Cross for research into 200 different types of cancer. We are aiming to donate £20,000 at our Christmas concert cheque donation to Cancer Research UK.
We’re back for regular rehearsals the first week of September and would love to see lots of new members coming to join us. There are no auditions, and you don’t need any previous experience.
The one thing that unites all our members is a love of singing, at any level. Please get in touch to book your free taster email@example.com
1.30pm - 2.00pm RUG Tea, Cake & Ukelele
RUG, Ruth Winston Centre’s Ukelele Group.
We sing songs about Palmers Green and the local buses W9 and 125.