Tash [alan lodge] | 19.02.2007 22:20 | Culture
In celebration of the Chinese New Year : The year of the Pig. Lakeside Arts Centre, near the University of Nottingham, provided a stage for some great acts.
The Dragon dance, the Lion dance, music, assorted acrobats, Kung Fu display and many school kids, getting involved. There was singing from the Nottingham Chinese School Choir. The grand finale, a fabulous firework display over the lake.
Yesterday, [On Saturday afternoon], various acts performed in the Market Square, Nottingham. Moving on to perforn in The Square, in Beeston town centre.
I so enjoyed these performances, such colour, fun, and exuberance. ..... wicked! A proper sence of culture and identity
As ever, the dragon dance was performed by members of the Nottingham Chinese Students Association and Nottingham Chinese Community Association. And jolly goo dthey are at it too!
Please check out my previous postings around the subject at:
2004 Chinese New Year :: Lakeside Arts, Nottingham
2005 Chinese New Year :: Lakeside Arts, Nottingham
2006 Nottingham Chinese New Year celebration events 1 Beeston
2006 Nottingham Chinese New Year celebration events 2 Lakeside, Nottingham
Lakeside Arts - University of Nottingham
Gang Zhao :: Chinese Photographer
Chinese Students & Scholars Association
Photographer - Media: One Eye on the Road. Nottingham. UK
Member of the National Union of Journalists [No: 014345]
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