Mann Ents Present ‘Summer Mela 2009’
Mann Ents invite you to a cultural experience for all the family at Woodville Halls, the finest venue in Kent. Featuring live performances by Angrej Ali, whose hits include Dharti Hildi and Phattey Chak and Dippa Satrang, whose evergereen hit Dhola ve Dhola still gets the crowds going.
ANGREJ ALI (Dharti Hildi, Phattey Chak)
DIPPA SATRANG (Dancefloor, Dhola Ve Dhola)
LISHKAREH PUNJAB DE (Winners of Bhangra Showdown 2009)
ASHKE! BHANGRA AND GIDHA DANCERS
FASHION SHOW BY LAVANI
GATKA DISPLAY BY BABA FATEH SINGH GATKA AKHARA
At Woodville Halls, Gravesend, Kent
On Saturday 15th August
Tickets £10 For tickets call 07728 743109 or log onto www.chillitickets.com
There will be a Fashion Show, displaying the elegant designer wear of Lavani and also a Gatka display. Further entertainment will be provided by Lishkareh Punjab De, winners of the Bhangra Showdown 2009, Ashke! Bhangra and Gidha Dancers and Saheli Dancers.
Summer Mela 2009 is a seated show but there will also be a large dancefloor, so if you can’t resist the music and want to show off your moves then you can dance the night away to the sounds of Platinum DJz. Snacks will also be available on the night.
For more information call 07886 102563/07728 743109
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