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Sunday 4 July
1 – 8pm Brent Respect Festival 2010 www.brent.gov.uk/whatson 020 8937 3117
Mayorâ€™s Message Join me at Brent Respect Festival and celebrate summer, Brent style. Brent is proud to be one of the countryâ€™s most diverse boroughs, home to many cultures, languages and religions. Brent Respect Festival is a showcase of this vibrant community with food, music, dance and activities reflecting our unique cultural mix. I would like to thank the many local groups, artists, performers and traders who are taking part in Brent Respect 2010. I look forward to seeing you there. Councillor Harbhajan Singh The Mayor of Brent
Get on down with summer sounds from across the globe. The Respect Stage will showcase the best contemporary and global entertainment to keep you moving. Hosted by BANG radio.
Join in the fun with dance, martial arts, circus and much more. Some of Brent’s most talented performers and athletes will be there, so come along and prepare to be amazed. 1.00pm Capoeira Canal
1.00pm Granville Vocal Group
4.30pm Honey’s Dance Academy
1.05pm Discipline Dance
4.40pm London Lucumi Choir
1.45pm Big Dance Schools Pledge Performance
1.55pm Theatre Combat
1.30pm Active Aspirations – Brent MCs
5.30pm Dancing Nikita Company
2.40pm Dare2Dance Brent b.supreme
5.45pm Brent Black Music History Live presents The Ruffcut Band
3.30pm Brent Youth Circus Company
1.55pm Silk Roads 2.25pm Granville Somali Dance Group 2.45pm Cuthbert 80 3.05pm First Impressions 3.25pm Kidtasztik with Joshua Kerr 3.45pm Genna Ethiopian Arts and Theatre
6.30pm Crest Girls’ Academy with Lydia Kerr 6.40pm Adanta African Dance and Theatre 6.55pm Xc’S Reggae & Soca Band 7.20pm Rhythms of the City 8.00pm Close
4.15pm Pucara Combined Martial Arts System 4.45pm Brent Youth Circus Company 5.30pm Big World Dance 6.15pm Brent Youth Circus Company 7.00pm Electric Slide World Record Attempt
Momentum Dance Tent
Brent Council Stalls
Brent Respect launches Brent Dance Month with a day of dance in the Momentum Dance Tent. Get on up to dance from around the world. From ballroom to bharatnatyam, African to Argentinean tango and everything in between, you can learn some new skills or show off your moves on the dance floor.
See what Brent Council has to offer with fun stalls and activities for all ages.
1.00pm Club Ceroc and Dan Spanner Big Band
4.45pm Bridge Park Break Dancing Workshop
2.15pm Akademi South Asian Ballroom/Tea Dance
5.30pm Lucumi Choir Orisha Dance Workshop
3.15pm Meera Patel Bharatnatyam Workshop
6.15pm Hypnotick Intergenerational Dance Piece. Funky, Fresh and Fully Fledged
4.00pm Latin American House, Argentinean Tango Workshop
6.30pm Sonia Lollia Zumba Workshop 7.15pm Adanta African Dance Workshop
Mr and Mrs Quiz Based on the popular ITV show, the quiz will test how well you know your other half.
Volunteering Find out how to volunteer for London 2012 and Brent Museum.
Dance Boogie on down with Sports Service’s interactive dance mat.
Art Represent yourself by making a fabric flag and be part of an interactive art installation of Brent.
Taster courses Try out reflexology and henna hand tattooing.
Dream jobs Be a police officer for the day and explore a fire engine.
Film Visit Brent Learning Disabilities for Bollywood moves and tasty cakes and treats.
Dr Bike Bring your bike along for a free service.
Boxing Try free demonstrations by Stonebridge Boxing Club and see how Neighbourhood Working funds can help your organisation. Make your mark Create a figurine of yourself and make your mark on a giant map of Brent. Dogs Free, onsite micro chipping for dogs. Children’s activities Paint a piggy bank, customise your own bag and enjoy children’s entertainment with the Children’s Services Fostering and Adoption team.
Reading Discover new and exciting books from Brent Libraries. Safety See if you can spot all the hazards in the Health and Safety area to win a prize. Eco games Join in the games and make an eco pledge. Going green See how you can make a difference to the environment. Get healthy Kick start your healthy lifestyle with food information from the NHS and Mind, Exercise, Nutrition…do it.
Global Food Flavours
Respect Bar Take a break with a refreshing beverage at the Respect Bar.
Tour the globe with a mouth watering array of foods from around the world. Meet your neighbours at communal outdoor tables and let the flavours of Brent’s cultural melting pot tempt your taste buds. Try the exotic Flavours of Brent stalls run by locals. Flavours of Brent is a project commissioned by Brent Council to help local people set up a food stall business ahead of the London 2012 Games. The Flavours of Brent project has been recognised by the London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) as a project which is truly inspired by the London 2012 Games and has been awarded the coverted London 2012 Inspire Mark.
Youth Try your hand at the Respect Graffiti mural, test your skills at the DJ workshop or join basketball, football or double dutch competitions. Come along to the Brent Youth Bus for films, games, information and much more.
Roller Disco Strap on your skates and show off your moves to 80s disco.
Markets Join in fun activities and shop for gifts from Brent and around the world.
Site Art Keep an eye out for this year’s site art which will be taking on a wooden theme. Created from recycled materials, everything from palettes to doors will be given a new life as signs and giant robots…
Respect Film Tent
Getting to Roundwood Park
See short films and more in the Respect Film Tent. Visit the Lexi Cinema stall for a sneak preview of the Lexi Summer Screen programme, bringing outdoor cinema to Roundwood Park this September.
We recommend you use public transport. The nearest tube/train station is Willesden Junction (Bakerloo Line, North London Line). It takes around ten minutes to walk from the station to Roundwood Park.
Children’s Tent Giraffe’s Can’t Dance. Decorating a giant giraffe named Gerald, face painting, mask making, story telling and dancing like a jungle animal are just part of the fun.
Carriage Rides Take a ride though Roundwood Park in a horse drawn carriage courtesy of The Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment.
Fun Fair All your favourite rides and funfair attractions.
Buses 206 and 226 go directly to Roundwood Park. Visit www.tfl.gov.uk or call 020 7222 1234 to plan your journey. Brent Respect Festival is supporting the Take Refuge Festival, a programme of creative, educational and celebratory events within Brent as part of Refugee Week 2010. For details of the full programme or to book tickets, visit www.tricycle.co.uk.
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