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The All Heart digital festival brings together 41 dancers and genres such as salsa, kizomba and hip-hop
All the proceeds will be donated to the Spreading Hope Foundation
Tune in to the Common Roots Virtual Music Festival to support those affected by the coronavirus pandemic
The festival features a variety of genres presented by a wide collective of musicians from around the world
This award-winning film is an ironic take on significant issues with a pinch of humour
The German festival features experimental works in the field of art, cinema, music and virtual reality
The Common Roots Virtual Music Festival brings together 30 artistes with an aim to help those affected by the pandemic
Grammy award winner Ricky Kej, singer Aabha Hanjura, sitarist Ustad Chote Rahimat Khan, city-based The Chronic Blue Circus, songwriter Abhishek Gurung and many others will perform
Presented by Ira Yoga and supported by the Ministry of Culture, the event will be held completely online
HistoryTV18 is adding to its India offering with the new original production, Meenakshi Amman & The Marvel Of Madurai, premiering on Monday, 4th May 2020, 8 pm.
Clips and Pages launches first-ever women's online lit fest, E-lit
The world's top 20 film festivals including Cannes and the Mumbai Film Festival have joined hands for a 10-day-long digital film event We Are One: A Global Film Festival to stream on YouTube.
Spreading hope through the arts: Serendipity Arts Festival launches a new digital experience: SAF 2020 x You
Serendipity Arts Festival is launching a new digital experience for all those who are braving the pandemic in quarantine and living in lockdown.
The online platform creates studio audiences for comedy artistes performing live from their homes
Easter 2020: From Pandi Curry to Sticky Ribs, Curly Sue’s specials will ensure you have a memorable festival despite the lockdown
Enjoy a quiet Easter with these decadent treats
This is the first cancellation since the Edinburgh International Festival launched in 1947 in the aftermath of World War II as an attempt to reconcile people and nations through the performing arts.
Edinburgh's five annual international festivals, including the Fringe Arts event, have been cancelled because of the coronavirus crisis, organisers said on Wednesday.
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