The Igbo Festival of Arts and Culture have been running for 6 years in the UK and it is a free event for the British community to appreciate the rich culture and tradition of the Igbo people of West Africa. This event is organised yearly to build synergy and community coexistence.
The Igbo Festival of Arts and Culture London (IFAC) is most attended festival African festival in Europe. The highlights is the festival includes cultural plays, dance and drama, masquerades, traditional dances, traditional artists, art exhibitions of contemporary Igbo conceptual painting, sculpture, carving and craft, displays of historical and traditional artefacts showcased in splendour to the British community and friends of Africa.
IGBO FESTIVAL OF ARTS AND CULTURE (IFAC)
This festival is part of our annual cultural integration program, aimed at bringing together all Igbo people, Africans in Diaspora in the UK and Ireland to a festival that will take our audience through a journey back to the times of Igbo Civilizations
The Igbo people of West Africa are one of the largest, progressive, self-determined, cultural and most influential ethnic group in Africa; spread across all parts of world; making significant impact in all spheres of life.
This festival is intended to afford the British community the rare opportunity to witness Igbo culture and tradition in its original form. The highlights of the event will include but not limited to Igbo cultural plays, traditional dances, performances by traditional artists, dance and drama, masquerades display, historical and traditional artefacts showcased in splendor.
Venue: Lee Valley Athletics Centre
Address: 61 Meridian Way,
Edmonton, London N9 0AR
Date And Time
Sat, 13 July 2019
11:00 – 19:00 BST
Lee Valley Athletics Centre
London N9 0AR
61 Meridian Way, Edmonton.