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Notting Hill Carnival, London - London venue review - Itchy London Guide
Europe's largest street festival is everything from a colourful, familial celebration of Afro Caribbean lifestyle to an excuse to fill up on Red Stripe and dance in the filthy stre...
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This is a fun experience... Not as big or as brash as Toronto's Caribana but a whole heap of fun... bring an appetite and ...
Notting Hill Carnival
The Notting Hill Carnival has been taking place in London, on the last weekend in August, every year since 1965. This great festival began initially from the energies of Black immigrants from the Caribbean, particularly from Trinidad, where the Carnival tradition is very strong, and from people livi...
he music vibrations from well over 100 sources will pump the energy level of the million plus bodies to a level which puts Notting Hill at the top of annual celebrations in Europe. Besides three large stages and 45 sound systems scattered throughout the neighborhood you'll also find Soca and Steelpa...
Notting Hill Carnival 2007
Each year since the spin generated so called New Dawn I have found it increasingly difficult to take photographs and provide the community with a web page of images for them to remember the enormous efforts they have made to put on one of the greatest shows on earth. In addition, other discouraging ...
Notting Hill Carnival – Notting Hill London Carnival, Notting Hill Carnival Parade
There really is fantastic atmosphere throughout the two days, as London’s Caribbean communities entertain the whole of the capital in one of London's most scenic areas. Expect stream after stream of colourful floats, sparkling dancers, and musicians blasting out tropical party sounds as the parade...
Notting Hill Carnival - Notting Hill Carnival - Icons of England
Established in 1964, it represented a way in which settlers who arrived in Britain in the years after the second world war could assert their own cultural identities, in a society that all too often seemed less ...
Notting Hill Carnival
When in the 1950s a huge number of West Indian immigrants came to London, they also brought their traditions and music. Faced with racism and unemployment, those immigrants dreamt of having a festival that would bring together the people from the Notting Hill area. So dances and other musical events...