Ragu Rai Exhibition travels to events in Hull and York


The burial of a child – captured by Ragu Rai in the aftermath of the disaster

The Ragu Rai photographs which were previously displayed in Durham, are being exhibited at Hull City Hall on April 25th for a special commemorative Mela, organised by the Hull and East Riding Hindu Cultural Association. The event on Saturday is being supported by people whose family members have either come from Bhopal, or more poignantly, have been affected by the poisoning.

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Kathakali Dance Troupe, York 13 June 2015

The exhibition then travels to the National Centre for Early Music in York where the Kathakali Dance troupe is performing on  June 13th as part of their 2015 UK Tour. This family concert is brought to you by the Kala Chethena Kathakali Company.  (The performance takes place at 6.30pm) The company has generously offered to donate £1 from every ticket sold to the Bhopal Medical Appeal.

Tickets available at www.ncem.co.uk

Prices: £13, Concessions £11, Young people £5, Family/Group Ticket (2 adults, 2 young people) £28.

Please book early to avoid disappointment!

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