Sri Lankan Heritage Day
This show has been cancelled
Sri Lanka, an island nation in the Indian Ocean boasts about a documented history of over 2,500 years. Being a key trading post over several centuries connecting east and west of the ancient trade routes, the influence of Theravada Buddhism and the colonisation which began in 1500s with the arrival of the Portuguese, followed by the Dutch and finally the British have mainly influenced Sri Lankan Cultural heritage to be so diverse and vibrant.
You’d be able to experience an authentic Sri Lankan cuisine which has close ties with South and Southeast Asian cuisines, and the notable influence of middle eastern and Dutch cuisines. A cultural performance, range of local games with a stall displaying key elements of the Sri Lankan heritage and adaptation of modern technology will be presented.
11 15 AM: Cultural performance (Music, dance and performing arts)
12 30 – 2 PM: Lunch (enjoy an authentic Sri Lankan meal)
2 30 PM: Local games with prizes to be won (Indoor and outdoor activities)
11 AM – 4 PM: A stall displaying key elements of Sri Lankan heritage (including a unique opportunity to see how locals embrace technology at cultural/religious events)
Access to all of the above items is included in your ‘General Admission’ ticket.