1.30pm – 4.00pm Rhythm of Our Thoughts ‘ROOTs’ Erasmus Plus Project introduction by youth arts and music leaders from 10 countries including Greece, Croatia, Slovakia, Italy, Romania, Bulgaria, Hungary, Lithuania, Turkey and the UK.


11.00am -12.00pm Ringató Music Workshop for mothers and babies

12.00am – 1.00pm Children’s Puppet Show by pupils from the Zsigmond Király School

1.00pm – 2.00pm Szekler Runic Script Workshop by Zsigmond Király Cultural Club & School

2.00pm – 3.00pm Children’s Dance House by Szeredás Dance Group London

2.30pm – 4.00pm Parent’s Corner – New Generation Centre Workshop for parents

3.00pm – 4.00pm Folk Arts & Crafts Workshop by Zsigmond Király Cultural Club & School

4.00pm – 5.30pm Arts Exchange Discussion – New Generation Centre Panel Debate

Workshops & Activities:  £3 voluntary contribution


11.00am -12.00pm Children’s Poetry & Singing Showcase by Zsigmond Király Cultural Club and School & Szóló Szőlő Hungarian School Chester

12.00am – 12.30pm Young People’s film screening & presentation from the Zsigmond Király School Youth Group

12.30pm –  1.00pm Hungarian Customs exhibition & presentation  by Szóló Szőlő Hungarian School Chester

1.00pm – 2.00pm Instrument Demonstration by Ildikó Csige & Michael Billington

2.00pm – 3.30pm ROOTS Workshops  – Erasmus Plus Youth Arts Leaders Workshops & Activities

3.30pm – 5.00pm Community Dance House Folk Dance Workshop by Szeredás

5.00pm – 7.00pm Honey Bread Workshop – Make your own honeybread with Pompás Mézes Unique Gingerbread

Workshops & Activities:  £3 voluntary contribution


Hungarian Heritage House

The Hungarian Heritage House is a national cultural institution that preserves and promotes the traditional culture of the Carpathian Basin. The Carpathian Basin has always been a multi-national and therefore a multi-cultural region. Since these...

GoBeArt Panel

Saturday 23 June, 4pm-5.30pm - GoBeArt Tent, Albert Square, Manchester Budapest Memos Speakers: Castlefield Gallery Castelfield Gallery Associate Coordinator, Jane Lawson Artist and Co-Director of Paradise Works (Salford), Lucy Harvey Following the 2017 Góbéfest:...

Young People’s film screening and presentation

At Zsigmond Kiraly Supplementary School we focus on youth-work as well. Our mission is to help young people to understand their mixed social and national identities,  focusing their creative energy on creativity and self-esteem development. Therefore, they learn...

Children’s Poetry and Singing Showcase

The two Hungarian supplementary schools in the North-West, the Szóló-szőlő Tanoda from Chester and the Zsigmond Király School from Manchester, has organised a poetry, story-telling, and a folk singing competition,  where their students could show off their talents in...

Folk arts and crafts workshop

This workshop is designed to provide a glimpse into the rich Hungarian folklore. The teachers of the Zsigmond Király Supplementary School provide a wide variety of activities for every age group. The children can choose from the following activities: Hungarian folk...

Szekler Runic Script Workshop

This runic scripture is the ancient writing and ancient alphabet of the Szeklers, still preserved today. This unique cultural heritage dates back to the most remote times, however, in the 10th-11th centuries the Hungarian ancestors had to change their writing to the...

Children’s Puppet Show

Drama pedagogy and puppetry is part of the educational program of the Zsigmond Kiraly Hungarian Supplementary School. Drama pedagogy focuses on the development of the verbal and non-verbal communication and the art of expressing feelings and emotions. This vital...

Rhythm of Our Thoughts – Erasmus Plus

Rhythm of Our Thoughts is an Erasmus Plus youth work training project  organised by Beat Bazaar Projects in partnership with the youth centre in Sepsiszentgyörgy, County Kovaszna (HARIT)  which will bring together 40 youth arts & music leaders  from Greece,...

Ildikó Csige and Michael Billington

May 2017 – 1st Góbéfest in Albert Square in Manchester. It was here that the two singers and instrumentalists met first time. Michael from Urmston near Manchester and Ildiko from Debrecen in the east of Hungary. Very soon they met up and rehearsed a set comprising...

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