Holi Festival, or ‘ The Festival of Colours ’ as it is commonly known, is the Hindu celebration that welcomes the start of spring. Bang Bang Oriental will be hosting free traditional events on Thursday 1 and Friday 2 March 2018 to celebrate the occasion.
The lively Indian festival is full of energy and celebrates new life with food, dancing, singing and the throwing of paint. The spirit of the Holi Festival will reign over Bang Bang Oriental with live performances and Henna.
Thursday 1 March (7pm-8pm)
Diners at Bang Bang Oriental will enjoy traditional Bollywood dances and Dhol drum performances.
Friday 2 March (2pm-5pm)
The free henna painting will adorn guests with decorative Mehendi designs in celebration of the Holi festival (The Festival of Colours).
Please find more information about all the free events available at Bang Bang Oriental here.
Bang Bang Oriental opened in North London in July 2017. The eco-friendly venue brings a pan-Asian culinary experience and cultural entertainment concept to the capital. Bang Bang Oriental encompasses a food court, restaurant, and community space – all under one roof.
North London’s hottest new destination celebrates Asia’s vibrant culture with 26 individual kiosks offering an eclectic mix of Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Indian, Vietnamese, Taiwanese, Malaysian Thai, Hong Kong, and Filipino cuisine, as well as a bar for refreshments and alcoholic beverages. This sophisticated and affordable food court brings the energy and authentic vibe of an Asian Street Food Market to London.
The venue is open Monday to Thursday from 11.30am until 9.30pm, Friday to Saturday from 111 am until 10pm and Sunday from 11am until 9pm. Three hours of free parking is available.
Bang Bang Oriental Foodhall, 399 Edgware Road, NW9 0FH