Igbo Cultural and Social support group, ICSN have announced the date for CultureFEST 2004, their second cultural festival.
CultureFEST 2004 will take place on Saturday 23rd October 2004 at the Novotel Hotel Hammersmith, with Daytime Exhibitions and Displays of:
Invited guests include:
A celebration of diversity, dynamism and excellence the second
follows on from the overwhelming success of CultureFEST 2001, which featured performances by
Oja Rhythms and ICSNs Dance and
drama group and included guest appearances from:
CultureFEST organisers, ICSN were inspired to put on the event by the need to raise awareness of
heritage within the community.
The group aimed to promote understanding and responsibility toward the long-term survival and development of Nigeria and to support major fund-raising projects.
However, since inception, the focus for CultureFEST has grown into a celebration of diversity, dynamism and excellence of all things black also.
CultureFEST 2001 was a way of Igbo Cultural and Support Network informing the wider community
of who we are as a group and bringing together people to celebrate our culture;
Especially to people who felt that they were being excluded from main stream black and ethnic events taking place within the black history month.
The Igbo Cultural and Support network are proud to be showcasing an even bigger event, which was attended by over 1000+ people in 2001 for now I can say that we look forward to seeing you there.
A Black History month event, CultureFEST takes place on Saturday 23rd October at the
Novotel Hotel Hammersmith London.
For ticket information and further information visit the website at www.igbocsn.com/culturefest call 08707 429848
Click here for more information on CultureFEST 2004, the event which celebrates the best of black African culture in Britain!
Unofficially announced: There is a possibility of Mr Nkem Owoh popular
known as OSUOFIA making a surprise appearance.
You are STRONGLY ADVISED to book your ticket WITHIN the next 72 HOURS.
Said ICSN Network Director, Mr. Nicholas Nnamdi Okwulu