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Demonstration of traditional Indian dance at Durham's Oriental Museum
Updated 4:03pm Wednesday 26th March 2014 in By Bruce Unwin, Chief Reporter (Durham)
TWO members of the Annapurna troupe will perform the enchanting Hindu epic Ramayana in an afternoon of storytelling, dance and music in the Indian Gallery, at The Oriental Museum, Durham, on Saturday (March 29).
The 45-minute demonstration, starting at 1pm, will be followed by an hour-long dance workshop, from 2pm.
It is part of the Arts Council-funded Indian Spring Festival and English Tourism Week, with admission waived for the day.
FILM NIGHT: The 2012 American drama Frances Ha is the next offering of Clayport Film Club, at Clayport Library, Millennium Place, Durham, on Thursday April 3, at 7.30pm.
It tells the story of a dance teacher struggling to make ends meet without losing face with her social peers.
Annual club membership is £5, with a £4 charge per film, thereafter.
GARDENERS’ CALL: The annual meeting of Houghall Horticultural Society takes place in the Conference Hall, at the Houghall campus of East Durham College, on Tuesday April 8, at 7pm.
It will feature a bonsai demonstration by John Armitage.