The festival, on from the 10th to the 15th of this month, is organised by the Korean British Cultural Exchange.

It is being billed as a chance for audiences who love Korea and are interested in ESEA cultures to “encounter various cultural, culinary, and artistic experiences.”

The festival kicks off with the ESEA World Music Festival featuring two live concerts at Rose Theatre and Ancient Market Place in Kingston.

The Autumn Moon Festival then blends live performances, interactive demonstrations, and audience participation programmes.

Festival Director, Justina Jang:

“This is a wonderful opportunity for ESEA communities to cherish and celebrate their heritage, while also encouraging local communities to experience the richness of cultural diversity. This will be a great opportunity to bridge boundaries and bring people together, creating a harmonious and unified society”.

For more details, click here: ESEA Culture Festival