Standard Chartered Arts in the Park 2018: Recruiting Performance Groups
Does your performance group have skills you’d like to show the world?
We’re looking for youth performance groups to be part of Standard Chartered Arts in the Park 2018, a large, outdoor celebration of the arts taking place on 3 and 4 November. The two-day event will include sixteen hours of non-stop performances showcased to an audience of over 180,000. If you dance, play music, do acrobatics, perform magic, do martial arts or have other performance talents… we’d love to have you!Finished
Date: 04/04-31/08/2018 (Wed-Fri)
Registration Deadline: 31/08/2018 (Fri)
Enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org / 2877 2656
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