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Wednesday 5th June: My Tricky Spirit 06.30 pm at SOAS JCR (student common room) Thornhaugh Street, Russel Square, London WC1H 0XG
A Psychedelic gamelan triphop by Nick Gray, a mix of Balinese instruments with rock music. A gig to celebrate SOAS music day. FREE - all welcome.

Tuesday 11th June : Discovering Indonesia, Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR.7.00pm-9.00pm
Celebrating naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace, this event will focus on wildlife travel around the Wallace Line. Discover more at the exhibitor stands and ask questions of our expert panel, including Laura D'Arcy, who has travelled in and around Indonesia over the last decade with conservation work.

11th-15th June. Spotlight on Indonesia at Terracotta Film Festival, ICA(The Mall, London, SW1Y 5AH) Prince Charles Cinema (7 Leicester St London WC2H 7BX)
Indonesian film fans are in for a treat this June. The 5th edition of the annual Terracotta Far East Film Festival will present an entire section dedicated to Indonesian cinema. Six Indonesian films will be shown

Satuday 15th June : Indonesia Festival - Indofest 2013 Nottingham, 10:30 to 17:00. West Entrance Field, University Park, University of Nottingham,
A full day of fun with a range of sporting events, Cultural Performance Festival and of course Food Bazaar

Sunday, 9th June : Gong 13 : Saltwell Park, Gateshead, NE9 5AX
A free, fun weekend for all the family celebrating the best of Indonesian music and culture. Saltwell Park will be transformed with the exotic sights and sounds of Indonesia - with Balinese music and dancing featuring special guests from Indonesia and the UK, colourful costumes, craft stalls and the chance to try out the Gamelan for yourself. 

Tuesday 11th June : Discovering Indonesia, Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR.7.00pm-9.00pm
Celebrating naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace, this event will focus on wildlife travel around the Wallace Line. Discover more at the exhibitor stands and ask questions of our expert panel, including Laura D'Arcy, who has travelled in and around Indonesia over the last decade with conservation work.

11th-15th June. Spotlight on Indonesia at Terracotta Film Festival, ICA(The Mall, London, SW1Y 5AH) Prince Charles Cinema (7 Leicester St London WC2H 7BX)
Indonesian film fans are in for a treat this June. The 5th edition of the annual Terracotta Far East Film Festival will present an entire section dedicated to Indonesian cinema. Six Indonesian films will be shown

Satuday 15th June : Indonesia Festival - Indofest 2013 Nottingham, 10:30 to 17:00. West Entrance Field, University Park, University of Nottingham,
A full day of fun with a range of sporting events, Cultural Performance Festival and of course Food Bazaar

Wednesday 5th June 2013: My Tricky Spirit 06.30 pm at SOAS JCR (student common room) Thornhaugh Street, Russel Square, London WC1H 0XG
A Psychedelic gamelan triphop by Nick Gray, a mix of Balinese instruments with rock music. A gig to celebrate SOAS music day. FREE - all welcome.

Jan 14 - Mar 15 : Sculpture At Work - Sinta Tantra & Nick Hornby : Lobby, One Canada Square, Canary Wharf, E14 5AB
A Balinese heritage artist Sinta Tantra who has mainly worked on murals and installations met Nick Hornby a British sculptor. The acute difference in their sources and imagery gave them the impetus to experiment and they came together to make collaborative pieces, a process requiring negotiation that was tricky at times.

16 January, 6.30 and 8.00 : Book launch of The Making of Asmat Art: Indigenous Art in a World Perspective by Nick Stanley : 50 Fitzroy Street, London W1T 5BT
At Royal Anthropological Institute, there will also be a small exhibition on show entitled ‘Historic imagery and the RAI: Lord Moyne’s engagement with the Asmat of Dutch New Guinea 1929–1936.

Gamelan Courses at the Southbank, London. Gamelan Room : Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced
Come and learn how to play the gamelan orchestra - an array of gongs, drums and metallophones which produce rich, sonorous and mesmerising sounds.

22 February : film Rumah Tanpa Jendela, SOAS Room G51, Russell Square, London WC1
Based on short story titled 'Jendela Rara' by Asma Nadia, this film is a musical flick which offers a simple theme of friendship and family togetherness

19 April : film : ? (Tanda Tanya), SOAS Room G52, Russell Square, London WC1
This film was 2011 release focuses on religious pluralism and specifically the relations between Christians and Muslims in Indonesia

7 December : film : ARISAN 2, Khalili Lecture Theatre, SOAS Thornhaugh St. 6.45
Following the successful and controversial film Arisan, Nia Dinata returned to the pincipal cast in 2011 in this study of middle-age in Jakarta society

9 December : JAVANESE GAMELAN CHRISTMAS CHIMES :Clore Ballroom, Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre 1-5pm. Free admissions
A relaxing afternoon of gamelan and dance performance and a short wayang-kulit (shadow-puppet) play by Aris Daryono and the SouthBank Gamelan Players

15 September - 25 November : Sinta Tantra at the Liverpool Biennial
Commisioned by Open Eye Gallery, Tantra has been invited to take part in the main programme for this year's Liverpool Biennial. Taking the Biennial theme of The Unexpected Guest, her intervention will transform the external facade of gallery

20 November : Public Seminar and Film screening 'Minggu Pagi di Victoria Park' : Room B102, Brunei Gallery, SOAS University of London
An Indonesian become a domestic worker in Hongkong to search for her sister. The Film will be followed by brief round table

23 November : Balinese Gamelan Concert, Jerwood Hall, LSO St Luke, 161 Old Street, London. 7.30pm
Special performance on traditional and contemporary music and dance

25 November : Sunda Pura Dance and Music: The Union Chapel, Compton Avenue, London N1 2XD. 8pm
Immerse yourself in a culture and unique music of West Java. Feel the rhytms and instruments pulse through your body

1-10 November : Exhibition: Romancing Indonesia, Royal Opera Arcade Gallery, Pall Mall, London
Modern and Contemporary Painting and sculpture

6 November : Theatre : The Firework maker's daughter : Asia House, London, 6pm
An exclusive snapshot of The Opera Group's new show, based on Philip Pullman's fairytale.

7 November : Talk : Following the evolution of Indonesian contemporary art over the last four decades, Royal Opera Arcade Gallery, Pall Mall, London
By Viv Lawes and Daniel Komala in conjunction with Romancing Indonesia exhibition

13 October : Indonesia Kontemporer at SOAS, University of London 10am-7pm
Indonesia Kontemporer, celebrating contemporary arts in the UK and see how the world is inspired by the Indonesian arts

5 October: The Raid, Khalili Lecture Theatre, SOAS University of London, Russel Square, London. 7pm
Directed by Gareth Evans of 'Merantau', starring Iko Uwais, Yayan Ruhian and Joe Taslim. The film is an explosive mix of classic *Die Hard *style action and *Ong-Bak* style martial arts.

19 June - 22 September : Contemporary Indonesia, 12 BROOK'S MEWS London W1K 4DG
Ben Brown Fine Arts, London, is proud to present Contemporary Indonesia, a group exhibition of Indonesia's most seminal and talented artists. FX Harsono, Nyoman Masriadi, Eko Nugroho, J. Ariadhitya Pramuhendra, Agus Suwage, Ugo Untoro, Entang Wiharso and Yunizar.

4 & 25 August - 16 & 30 Septemner : Family Gamelan Taster Session
Come and experience the beautiful Javanese gamelan percussion orchestra at Southbank Centre. Regarded as one instrument played by lots of people, the gamelan generates rich, sonorous and mesmerising sounds. No previous musical experience is necessary, just a willingness to sit on the floor, take off your shoes and have fun for all the family!
Tickets £8 and £4 Concessions

Tue 14th and 22nd Aug 7pm 16th, 20th, 24th Aug 9pm,PHAEDRA atThe Cock Pit Theatre, London
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Actor Brett Brown, Director Andrew Visnevski. Music by Javanese Gamelan player Aris Daryono:
All tickets £7

18 & 19 August : Javanese Gamelan & Dance Summer School
A weekend to explore the basics of Javanese gamelan and dance with gamelan expert Pete Smith and professional dancer Ni Madé Pujawati. This short course will concentrate on Javanese dance and its accompanying gamelan repertoire. Participants may sign up to study either gamelan or Javanese dance as their main focus but some sessions will combine both groups to explore the relationship between dance movements and the accompanying instruments.
Tickets £45.00 (£22.50 for concessions) for the weekend.

22nd August : Voicelab goes to Indonesia (Javanese Vocal Workshop) 6.30pm
Join gamelan musicians Peter Smith and Sophie Ransby for an evening of communal singing exploring the Santiswaran and Larasmadya repertoire of Central Java. These songs combined Javanese court poetry with Arabic devotional texts and are accompanied by banana-shaped bells (kemanak) and a range of tambourine-like drums (terbang)

21 & 22 July : Asia Stage, BT River of Music
One of London’s most beautiful public parks and home of the Peace Pagoda (with its resident monk), this stage will house performances and extraordinary collaborations from artists across the mighty continent of Asia. Artists on this stage include Gong Linna, Kronos Quartet, Bambo Pearl Orchestra (featuring Rita Tila, song-bird of Indonesia's ground-breaking modern-traditional collective Sambasunda from Bandung, West Java), Arun Ghosh, and many more.

17th April to 3rd July (except 15 May, 22 May, 5 June) : Horniman Gamelan Group, Horniman Museum, London 7pm - 9pm
Join this opportunity to learn to play traditional Balinese pieces. No musical experience is necessary - just a willingness to take off your shoes, sit on the floor and have fun! 

From May:: Action Film: Serbuan Maut (the raid redemption), Director Gareth Evans : at cinemas in London. 18+
As a rookie member of an elite special-forces team, Rama is instructed to hang back during a covert mission involving the extraction of a brutal crime lord from a rundown fifteen-story apartment block

23 - 24 June: Family Gamelan Workshop, Gamelan Room, Southbank Centre, London.
Come and experience the beautiful Javanese gamelan percussion orchestra regarded as one instrument played by lots of people, the gamelan generates rich, sonorous and mesmerising sounds. Playing the gamelan is a rewarding musical and social experience.

24 - 25 June : Gamelan Workshop, Gamelan Room, Javanese gamelan percussion orchestra at Southbank Centre, London
Regarded as one instrument played by lots of people, the gamelan generates rich, sonorous and mesmerising sounds. Playing the gamelan is both a rewarding musical and social experience.

26, 27, 28 June: Wide open school, 1,000km Museum: a guided tour of The Great Post Road of Java, Hayward Gallery, London
Jompet Kuswidananto
acts as a museum guide for a tour of The Great Post Road of Java, utilising interviews with residents, travellers and traders, before asking participants to generate new dialogues in response to his films.

30 June: Not A Muse, Purcell Room, Royal Festival Hall, London. 7:00pm
A dozen world greats read in a volley of poetry that will make Wimbledon seem wane and dull, two poets read alongside each other in turn, including : Iman Mersal and Mimi Khalvati; Ana Ristovic and Laksmi Pamuntjak; Els Moors and Imtiaz Dharker; Luljeta Leshanku and Jo Shapcott; Valzhyna Mort and Karen Solie; Kim Hyesoon and Gioconda Belli. The reading is hosted in English with poetry in Albanian, Arabic, Belarusian, English, Flemish, Indonesian, Korean and Serbian.

1 July: International Poetry Fair: Asia Literary Review Celebration Reading Clore Ballroom, Royal Festival Hall, 12pm - 1pm
Online and in print the Asia Literary Review publishes the best contemporary writing from and about Asia. The Asia Literary Review provides a distinctive view that is articulated through fiction, non-fiction, poetry and photographs. Every quarterly issue extends to some 200 pages and contains the work of celebrated and established writers as well as new voices from Istanbul to north Japan. Readings from Laksmi Pamuntjak, Marjorie Evasco, Alvin Pang, Jennifer Wong, Kim Hyesoon & Jang Jin Sang.

3 July : Music and physical movement, Hayward Lecture Theatre
Southbank Centre's Javanese gamelan - a traditional Indonesian musical ensemble composed of various tuned... instruments, traditional Japanese instruments, the Javanese gamelan, and found objects such as stones, plastic... Theatre, Visual Arts, Talks, Gamelan, Japan, Workshops, Wide Open School Music and physical movement

4 July: Mistakes and Misunderstandings in Music, Hayward Lecture Theatre
Mischief and nonsense ideas are invited! Participants use Javanese gamelan instruments but are also welcome... works. Western orchestral instruments, traditional Japanese instruments, the Javanese gamelan, and found... Theatre, Visual Arts, Talks, Gamelan, Japan, Workshops, Wide Open School Mistakes and Misunderstandings

5 July 2012 : Wide Open Score, Hayward Lecture Theatre
Have access to Javanese gamelan instruments. This workshop concludes with a mini-concert. Approximate... instruments, the Javanese gamelan, and found objects such as stones, plastic bottles and balloons have all... Theatre, Visual Arts, Talks, Gamelan, Improvisation, Japan, Workshops, Wide Open School Wide Open Score

Until 12 July: Gamelan Classes at South Bank Centre, London
Gamelan Room, Spirit Level at Royal Festival Hall. Tutored by Malcolm Milner, this class is designed for complete gamelan novices and beginners who have been playing for less than two years. No previous musical experience is necessary, just a willingness to sit on the floor, take off your shoes and have fun! Beginners, wednesdays 7pm - 9pm.

12th -19th May : GONG Festival at venues across North East England.
An exciting festival celebrating the best of Indonesian music and culture

27 April: Siswa Sukra Gamelan Ensemble with Lila Bhawa Dance Group, Sir Jack Lyons Concert Hall, York, 8pm
Swap the chill April evenings in York for the languid afternoon heat of the dance pavilions of the palaces of Central Java, as the mesmerising sounds of the Javanese gamelan and the graceful moves of traditional Javanese court dance come to the Sir Jack Lyons Concert Hall

26 April: Dance in Java as part of the Bodies in Motion series, at the RAI, 50 Fitzroy St, London W1T 5BT, 6.30-8.30
Talk by Felicia Hughes-Freeland, Research Associate, Centre of Southeast Asian Studies, SOAS, London

21 April: Indonesian Night : Dinner 6pm at Activity Space 2 followed by Performance 7pm at UCH, Imperial College Union, Beit Hall, Beit Quad, Prince Consort Road, London SW72BB
Indonesian drama with Jagat Gamelan as an opening act. This is a charity event in conjunction with Indonesian Societies from other London universities. Whether you are Indonesian or just interested in Indonesian culture, you will find that we are a very welcoming bunch and you will have a great time.

31 March 2012: Balinese Gamelan Concert, LSO St Luke's, 7.30pm
An exciting performance of traditional and contemporary Balinese music and dance with special guests.

23 March 2012: Siswa Sukra Javanese Gamelan and Dance, St Ethelburga's, London. 7.30pm
A celebration of the bronze gong orchestras and dance of Centra Java. This concert was sold out last year so advance booking advised

23 March 2012: Indonesian film screenings at The Indonesian Embassy, London. 6.30pm

22 March 2012: Indonesian Nyepi Festival Dinner, Asia House, 6.45-8.30pm
Organised by the PAWA (Pan Asian Women's Association)

19 March 2012 : Balinese Gender Wayang : Segara Madu with Tim Jones, Brunei Gallery Theatre, SOAS, 7pm
SOAS-based group Segara Madu together with actor and storyteller Tim Jones bring a fresh perspective to a terrifyingly dramatic Balinese legend telling of the origin of these instruments in a concert that mixes traditional and new music.

January-March 2012: Indonesian film screenings at SOAS and The Indonesian Embassy, London. 7pm

10 March: Bonapasogit UK & Ireland's Bazaar, 13.00–20.00 pm
Full day of live music and Indonesian food at St Gregory's Catholic Science College/School -Donnington Road, Kenton Harrow, Middlesex HA3 0NB, London. Ticket £3.50 adult, £1.50 children. This event organised by Bonapasogit, an organisastion of Batak in UK and Ireland. Batak is a number of ethnic groups predominantly found in North Sumatra.

9 - 26 February 2012: Sambasunda Quintet UK Tour
A Sundanese Gamelan Ensemble UK tour

17 February - 1 March 2012: Indonesian Film ' Position Amongst the Stars, ICA
A story about Indonesian family from the the slum of Jakarta. A great humanist project of modern cinema by filmmaker Leonard Retel Helmrich

27 January 2012 : Remembering the Javanese Tiger, The Clore Ballroom, Royal Festival Hall, 1pm
Free events. An interactive show of shadow puppetry and gamelan music by the Feral Theatre Company

2011

10 December 2011 : Gamelan Christmas Chimes, 4.30, at Clore Ballroom, South Bank Centre, London
Southbank Centre Community Gamelan Showcase Amateur and professional gamelan players from Southbank Centre's Community Gamelan Programme come together.

10 December : Family Javanese Dance Workshop, Clore Ballroom, 12.30, South Bank Centre, London
Join with leading Indonesian dancer Ni Madé Pujawati for a fun and informative workshop to explore the basics of Javanese dance from the lively to the very refined. No previous dance experience is necessary. Free event.

Running until 24 November : Madman Butterfly at the Rossi and Rossi Gallery, London
A
n exhibition of work by the Indonesian artist Heri Dono, the Rossi and Rossi Gallery at 16 Clifford Street, London W1S 3RG.  Opening hours are 10am to 6pm Monday to Friday and 11am to 4pm on Saturdays.

18 November : Traditional and contemporary Balinese music and dance, 7.30pm, St Luke's, London
Performance of with the LSO St Luke’s Community Gamelan Group.Jerwood Hall. St Luke's, London EC1V 9NG. Gamelan Lila Cita & Lila Bhawa dance troupe will present an exciting evening of Balinese Music and dance featuring the flirtatious duet Oleg Tamulilingan (Bumblebee Dance) and the thrilling Teruna Jaya (Victorious Youth) performed by a trio of dancers.

1 November : Book Launch, *Embodied Communities: Dance Traditions and Change in Java, 6.30-8.30 pm
at Arthur Probsthain's Bookshop, 41 Great Russell Street, WC1B 3PE opposite front of British Museum,
This follows a seminar at SOAS about the book, to which you would also be welcome.

1 November - 6 December: Learn playing the Balinese gamelan at Horniman Museum, London
A course which runs on the six Tuesday evenings  There is a course fee and a minimum age for participants. 

27 October : Topeng (masked) dance demonstration and workshop at Horniman Museum, London
With a chance to learn a few of the movements, as a part of a special evening (7pm - 9pm) opening of the exhibition (but not the rest of the museum). Aimed at adults. Free of charge. booking is requested.

27 October : Belkibolang (Indonesian film) at 7.30pm at Rich Mix., London
A compilation of nine Indonesian contemporary drama short films, each scripted by the same screenwriters but filmed by a different director, and afterwards to listen to some Indonesian rock music. Rich Mix, 35 Bethnal Green Road, London E1 6LA,

25 October : City University Gig at 7-8.30pm, London
Performance Space, St John's Street, London EC1V 4PB (nearest tube: Angel & Farringdon). Gamelan Lila Cita & Lila Bhawa dance troupe will join Sundanese gamelan Sekar Enggal to celebrate 20 years of gamelan at City University in a colourful evening of Indonesian music & dance. Free but booking is recommended

21 October : Fiksi (Indonesian film), 6.45pm at SOAS, London
Room B111 of the Brunei Gallery, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in Thornhaugh Street London WC1. A thriller in the mould of Single White Female, depicting a story of obsession and violence in a bleak apartment complex.  Selected for the 2008 Pusan Film Festival, it achieved a strong box-office showing, winning plaudits for its strong characterisation and solid plot.  Light refreshments. Free admissions

15 October : Indonesia Kontemporer 2011, London
ARTi UK is organizing Indonesia Kontemporer, an event to celebrate Indonesian contemporary art in the UK. Supported by the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) and the Indonesian Embassy we are hoping that this event will help showcase Indonesian contemporary arts

1 September - 9 October : Contemporary Indonesian Art, Saatchi Gallery
Indonesian Eye: Fantasies & Realities will exhibit works by a selected group of Indonesia’s most notable emerging and established contemporary artists.Indonesian

28 August : Gamelan Extravaganza
Clore Ballroom, Royal festival Hall, 7.00pm. Admission Free
To celebrate the thriving gamelan scene in Britain, the Clore Ballroom will be full to bursting with three different gamelan (percussion orchestra) ensembles from Central Java, Bali and Sunda (West Java). Participants from our gamelan weekend summer school will showcase a variety of traditional and modern repertoire from across Indonesia in what promises to be a lively and exciting finale to a weekend of gamelan activities.

27 & 28 August : Gamelan Summer School
Join us for a weekend-long intensive course to learn the basics of either Central Javanese, Balinese or Sundanese gamelan. Suitable for adults and young people over the age of 13 years, participants will sign up for an introductory gamelan course which will culminate in a performance on the Clore Ballroom on Sunday 28 August. No previous musical or gamelan experience is necessary, just a willingness to take of your shoes and have fun. If you already play gamelan, why not come and try a different type of gamelan ensemble?

27 August : An Evening of Javanese and Balinese Gamelan
Front Room, Queen Elizabeth Hall, 7.30pm. Admission Free
Relax to an eclectic evening of gamelan music as two of Britain's leading gamelan ensembles Southbank Gamelan Players (ensemble in residence at Southbank Centre) and Lilacita present a feast of music and dance from Java and Bali. Performing on the Central Javanese gamelan and the Balinese Gong Kebyar percussion orchestras, both ensembles will alternate a mix of traditional court and ceremonial repertoire with more contemporary and theatrical genres for what promises to be a journey from the sublime to the wild!

26 August : Festival of Britain Gamelan Encounters
Sekar Enggal - Gamelan Degung Performance, Central Bar, Royal Festival Hall, 5.30pm. Admission Free.
A mesmerising performance by London-based ensemble Sekar Enggal. Directed by Simon Cook, the group will perform classical and modern repertoire from Sunda (West Java, Indonesia) on the beautiful gamelan degung orchestra. Comprising gongs, metallophones, drums, vocals and a fiddle or flute, the gamelan degung developed as entertainment in the aristrocratic courts of West Java. After Indonesian Independence in 1945, degung began to be enjoyed by a wider spectrum of society and the repertoire expanded to incorporate more modern and popular forms of Sundanese music alongside existing classical and ceremonial repertoire.

13 August (12pm and 2pm) : Family Javanese Dance Workshops with Ni Made Pujawati, Violet Room, Spirit Level, Royal Festival Hall.
Join with leading Indonesian dancer Ni Made Pujawati for a fun workshop to explore the basics of Javanese dance and movement No previous dance experience is necessary and each workshop lasts approximately one hour. Suitable for children aged 6 and above. Please note: children under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult. Tickets: £6.00 & £3.00 concessions

12 August - 4 September : Yogyakarta Court Gamelan Kridha Mardhawa at Edinburgh International Festival
In a rare international appearance the orchestra of the Royal Palace in Yogyakarta in Indonesia brings the meditative style of Javanese Gamelan music to the Festival.

31st July to 27th August : Remarkable Indonesia at Harrods
Explore a selection of traditional arts and crafts, some of which have been designed exclusively for Harrods. There is also opportunity to sample some authentic Indonesian cuisine at the Sea Grill and Rotisserie restaurants.

1 - 18 July: Gong Festival 2011, Gateshead
A free outdoor spectacular celebrating the best of Indonesian culture and music.

2 July : Indonesian Cultural Dance Celebration, Windsor
One-day summer festival of traditional dance performances, a demonstration on how to make the beautiful Indonesian textile batik, several stalls selling a variety of delicious authentic cuisines, imported clothing, jewellery and handicrafts.

25 June & 9 July (3pm) : Family Gamelan Taster Session
Gamelan Room, Spirit Level at Royal Festival Hall
Fee: £8 adults (£4 children/concessions).

26 June : Gugun Blues Shelter, London
Gugun Blues Shelter will be on stage on Hard Rock Calling in Hyde Park, London, as an opening act for Bon Jovi

Sunday 12th June : IndoFest 2011
Indonesian Culinary and Culture at Lakeside, University Park, Nottingham.

5 June 2011 : The South East Asian Cultural Event, Chesham.
Performances from various parts of South East Asia regions. Food, drink, and souvenir stalls. Chesham Park Community College, Chartridge Lane, Chesham Bucks HP5 2RG. To book ticket Dama Dal Din 07817092878

23 - 25 May : Gugun Blues Shelter, London
Monto Water Rats, door opens 18.00, show starts 19.00, 328 Grays Inn Road, King Cross WC1X 8BZ. Ticket £6.00. 25th May at the Live Room, show starts 19 00, 236 Green Lanes Palmers Green London N13 5UD.

13 May 2011 - 8 January 2012 : Bali at Horniman Museum, London
Series of events at the Horniman museum which celebrate Balinese culture, including dance and music, and displaying real objects from Bali. The exhibition will run until January 2012.

12 May - 10 September : Workshop with Suprapto Suryodarmo, Javanese Movement Artist, UK
Suprapto Suryodarmo will be offering a series of workshops in the UK during May and June. This is a rare opportunity for those interested in contemporary Indonesian performance and intercultural performance to work with this gifted artist. Suprapto has a fascinating understanding of embodied intercultural exchange and his unique practice has evolved from the roots of traditional Javanese culture in dialogue with international dance and health practitioners.

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