RadhaRaman Folk Festival, a three-day long prodigious presentation of Bengali folk music and dance is returning to Leeds for its eighth year. The highlight of the festival include the whole day and whole night performances of Bengali folk music, multicultural poetry, panel discussion along with the ancient music from other cultures of the globe.

With a variety of indoor and outdoor locations across the city, the 1st performance will kick off at the Moortown Methodist Church at 7pm on 31 August. The session includes folk-influenced semi-classical music by Leeds based singer Sumana Basu, poetry, talk and film screening on folk-philosophy and mysticism.

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