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London’s South Bank will play host to the UK’s biggest and most vibrant showcase of Bangladeshi creativity next month when a three-day celebration of art, craft, design, fabrics, fashion, literature and music takes place at the Bargehouse from Friday 22 to Sunday 24 February.

OITIJ-JO is a three-day celebration of creativity and culture rooted in Bangladesh.

Participants include dancer Akram Khan, photographers Shahidul Alam and Enamul Hoque, jazz musician Zoe Rahman, singer Shapla Salique, State of Bengal, textiles artist Rezia Wahid and the world music fusion band, Lokkhi Terra alongside a new generation of designers, creators, cultural commentators and craft historians at Oitij-jo.

The festival is taking place at the Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf, South Bank, London, SE1 9PH

Friday 22 – Sunday 24 February 2013. Public opening hours are 11am – 7pm, daily. 

Oitij-jo also offers a selection of unique and special events each evening, ticketed separately.

The festival is being organised by a broad alliance of UK-Bangladesh trade bodies, business people, community groups and cultural organisations led by the Bangladesh Brand Forum UK (BBF-UK), Culturepot Global and Paraa

Browse the programme line-up + click on the above links to buy tickets

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