4 Aug, 2011 @ 16:11
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Taste of India comes to Ronda

 “INCREDIBLE INDIA”, is coming to Ronda on Friday, 5 August.

Billed as a GRAN CENA ESPECTÁCULO, will provide an evening of entertainment and Indian food which, the organisers claim, will fill our hearts with an unforgettable experience.

We are promised music, dance and performance, accompanied by food from this fascinating country. There are belly dancers, fire dancers, an Australian didgeridoo dance, a Bollywood show and much much more.

This all takes place in the Auditorio Blas Infante and adjacent gardens, between the Plaza de Toros and the Parador Hotel, between 8.00pm and 1.00am.

Tickets are priced at just 10€ (6€ for children) and are on sale at the Casa de Cultura, Calle Virgen de la Paz, at the Centro Baba on Calle Granada (next to the Endesa office) or on the door.

Ten percent of the proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to humanitarian aid charities in Sri Lanka and India.

Details

Date: Friday 5 August 2011
Time: 8.00 pm – 1.00 am
Place: Auditorio Blas Infante, Ronda
Tickets: 10€ adults, 6€ children from Casa de Cultura, Centro Baba or on the door.

Karl Smallman

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