Plymouth
Respect Festival

Saturday and Sunday
October 29 and 30

Inside and outside the Guildhall and on the city centre plaza with world music, dance, foods and vibrancy
from 12 until 4.30pm on Saturday and
11am until 4.30pm on Sunday

 

Here is the Plymouth Respect Festival press page, where you can download pictures, releases and imagery for this year's event.

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KATIE THOMPSON on 07786 808807 or email
katie@motiongrafik.com

 

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Exhilarating Japanese drumming with Kagemusha Taiko


Witness some "joyous dancing" with the Nachdey Hasdey Bhangra Group, featuring on the Main Stage on Saturday

Turkish fusion outfit Oojami, headlining the Respect Festival stage

Turkish fusion outfit Oojami, headlining the Respect Festival stage

Turkish fusion outfit Oojami, headlining the Respect Festival main stage with their mix of Middle Eastern rhythms, rap rhymes and bellydancing


Russian folk group Ickle Sickle


Cypriot dancing


Carnival action from Real Steel

Respect Festival 2005 line-up (86k)

Respect Festival poster image (1.96 mb)

Racial Equality logo (5.5k)

Inside the Guildhall 2004 (1.23 mb)

The parade to the festival (1.32 mb)

The Dragon, portrait (1.26 mb)

The Dragon, landscape (1.36 mb)

Nachdey Hasdey the Bhangra Band 2004
(1.15 mb)

Nachdey Hasdey 2004 (842k)

Oojami 1 (561k)

Oojami 2 (1.84 mb)

Oojami 3 (5.06 mb)

Oojami 4 (8.43 mb)

Oojami 5 (5.52 mb)

Oojami 6 (6.06 mb)

Chimanimani singer Sizwe (317k)

Too Hot 1 (79k)

Too Hot 2 (27k)

Indian dancer (3.19 mb)

Henna tattooing (457k)

Armchair Puppet Theatre shadow puppets (674k)

 

 

 



Zimbabwean beats and melodies with Chimanimani


Devon's own ska bandits Too Hot, ripping the roof (off the outdoor Main Stage) at Plymouth Respect Festival

The Parade as it winds through the city centre towards the Guildhall


The Chinese Dragon leads the procession


The Guildhall setting for Respect Festival


Crystal the Moroccan Berber dancer

 

   
 
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