It's been a massive year for Johnny Kalsi's mighty Dhol Foundation with a spectacular appearance at The Royal Variety Performance, a live performance on Channel 4's Stand Up To Cancer and to cap it all a spine tingling performance as part of the London 2012 Olympic Closing Ceremony. Centre stage of the huge arena, all eyes were on Johnny and his team as they powered out the rousing percussion behind Kate Bush's Running up that Hill.
Johnny Kalsi, the UK's most celebrated player of the Punjabi Dhol drum, is no stranger to audiences across Europe. As a member of Afro Celt Sound System and Imagined Village he's featured in more line-ups than most, but it's The Dhol Foundation that's his pride and joy. TDF's legendary live shows generate a wall of sound, global rhythms and thumping contemporary bhangra beats and for this major show they will be joined on stage by bhangra dancers and special guests, singers Dalvinder Singh and K.S. Bhambra.
Ticket prices and times
Performance date: Friday 19 April
Performance time: 7.30pm
Under 16s: £12
Family ticket: £50 (for 4 to include 2 or 3 children age 16 or under)
Booking fees apply.
Phone/Counter - £1 per ticket plus postage charge where applicable.
Online - £2.50 per ticket plus transaction fee of 50p.
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