Dhol House – Flyer

Series nameEducation

This double-sided A5 colour flyer provides details on the ‘Dhol House’ project, organised by the City Arts Unit of Kingston upon Hull, in association with the Firebird Trust and Youth Music Action Zone. Young people between the ages of 15 and 18 years old spent a week attending workshops with Kuljit Bhamra and Bombay Dreams dancer, Rebecca Grant learning about the origins of Bhangra and performing Bollywood dance. The workshops culminated in a live performance on 31 October 2003, held at the Ferens Art Gallery , Kingston upon Hull.

Date of Creation / Publication2003
CreatorYouth Music Action Zone
Associated Person/ OrganisationBhamra, Kuljit; City Arts Unit of Kingston upon Hull
LocationKingston upon Hull
Collection and Reference Number Kuljit Bhamra Collection (GB 2661 KB)
Catalogue NumberKB/EDU/2
CopyrightThe Creator and/ or associated person or organisation where applicable
Access to originalsThe originals are located with Kuljit Bhamra.
Series notesKuljit Bhamra is involved in education work through facilitating workshops at educational and community institutions and delivering interactive lectures. He also contributes extensively to community and national theatre productions. The digitised material in this grouping consists of Kuljit Bhamra's contribution to a GCSE music textbook, as well as flyers and images representing his educational involvement.
Collection notesThe digitised material in the Kuljit Bhamra Collection includes material related to Kuljit Bhamra as a solo artist as well as to his record company, Keda Records. The items include posters, flyers, documents, cassette and CD sleeves, photographs, performance programmes and musical scores.
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