2014 Chinese New Year Celebration will be held on February 2nd, 2014 from 12-4pm
From 12-1pm, we have prepared some light Chinese food, fruits and drinks, free for all to enjoy; 1-4pm: performances.
Venue: Netherhall School Atrium Hall, Queen Ediths Way, Cambridge CB1 8NN
Ticket price: 5 pound per person, child under 1.2-meter free
The event’s preparation has received strong support and help from many local communities. This reflects a healthy multi-ethnic and multi-cultural exchange in our area and a high level of integration. We are proud to announce that the Lord Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire, the Mayor of Cambridge and other government officials, will be coming to celebrate Chinese New Year with us. It shows that our growing Cambridge Chinese Community has drawn more attention and respect and we are honored to welcome them.
Both Thai and the Polish Communities in Cambridge have prepared some dancing for us and the Our own ladies dancing group will of course perform some of their dances including a colourful Minority dance from the South West area of China. Students from the Cambridge University Dancing society will also perform three amazing dances in party. It is particularly worth mentioning that the well known soprano, Lu Miao, a Cambridge resident, will be singing to express her blessing. Finally Iona Luvsandorj whose performance in the hit TV show ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ was so well received, will be here in Cambridge and performing for us at our party. See her website and dance performance on : (http://www.ionacontortionist.com) & (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1kqyA6L5r3M&feature=youtu.be)
We are holding the Chinese New Year Celebration Festival on the 2nd February 2014 in the Atrium Hall in the Netherhall School in Queen Ediths Way, Cambridge CB1 8NN. 12pm to 4pm. From 12noon until 1pm we have prepared some Chinese food, fruits and drinks, free for all to enjoy. Then from 1 to 4pm a variety show with something to excite all who come to join us.
Mid way through the show we will be running Raffle to bring some good luck to the lucky participants while raising funds for the Centre. We have got many gifts and restaurants vouches waiting for you.
A world renowned multimedia artist, best known for her horse paintings, Jacquie Jones (http://www.jacquiejones.co.UK/) will have a Chinese New Year Exhibition showing and selling some of her worksof art. They are so appropriate for the coming Year of the Horse. Jacquie will be present throughout the afternoon and will demonstrate her skills making a picture in front of your own eyes. Her works have been collected by royalties in United Kingdom, the Middle East and well-known collectors worldwide. We wish her paintings bring good luck to you in the year of the Horse so please take advantage of this rare opportunity to bag yourself a real bargain.
Tickets for the event are on sale now! Ticket prices: 5 pound per person, child under 1.2-meter free
Please get your ticket as soon as possible. You can call for tickets to be delivered on:
01223 700007 (daytime) or 07894 537038 (evening).