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‘nATFEST – Dance for Reconciliation’ in December


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nATFEST, an international contemporary dance festival organised by Sri Lanka’s first contemporary dance company, nATANDA Dance Theatre of Sri Lanka, will be held from 1 to 8 December in Jaffna and Colombo. The festival is to commence on 1 December in Jaffna, and to conclude in Colombo on 8 December. International dance companies/talents will be participating from United Kingdom, India, Russia, Indonesia, Columbia, and Switzerland this year. There will be six local dance companies participating as well from Colombo, Batticaloa, Jaffna, and Ratnapura 

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