Indo-Flamenco show to be held in city tomorrow

February 10, 2018 12:00 am | Updated 05:11 am IST - THIRUVANANTHAPURAM

Cultural programme to include Kathakali performances

An Indo-Spanish cultural event is to be held in the capital on February 11 as part of a familiarisation tour of the country by a team of six travel writers, journalists, photographers, and television journalists from Spain.

The cultural programme is being undertaken in association with Margi. The programme will include Kathakali performances and an Indo-Flamenco Show, which would feature Indian and Spanish artists. A delegation from Margi would fly to Spain in continuation with the Indo-Spanish cultural collaboration, according to Kerala Tourism that is facilitating the event.

The six-member team will also interact with cultural personalities and representatives of the tourism industry. The team will promote Kerala, Chennai and Port Blair in Spain.

The team will undertake sightseeing of Kochi on Saturday and reach Thiruvananthapuram in the night. On February 11 in Thiruvananthapuram, the Spanish team would take part in an Ayurveda experience and go around the city and suburbs on a sightseeing trip. In the evening they would take part in the cultural program to be held at the Vyloppilly Auditorium where the Margi Kathakali team and Spanish artists would perform.

During the visit to the capital, the Spanish delegation will also meet the Secretary, Tourism, Rani George. India will be the guest country at FITUR to be held in Madrid this month.

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