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  1. 1. Creative and Media: Level 2 Higher Diploma Unit 6: Festival Level 2 Higher Diploma Creative and MediaUnit 1: Scene 6.2.1 What to include in your festivalStudent Book pp 186–95 Complete the following table, listing and describing the kind of work you have available for inclusion in your festival. You should identify the artist/group who will be contributing and describe the nature of their work. In the third column give your reasons for including the work in the festival.Name of festival: Central FestArtist/Group Description of work Suitability for the festival They are a group of dancers who This would be suitable for the festival as theBangla Dancers do Bollywood dancing. community has a high population of Bengali people so they may enjoy this type of dance.Rock Band They are a trio of students who This would bring a different vibe to the have formed their own band and festival and would fit right into the do covers of artists work. performance aspect of it.Five star They are a group of talented This would be suitable for the festival dancers who occasionally devise because again, it ill bring a new genre to the original pieces of work and performance side and is in an urban area specialise in both street dance and who enjoy a lot of street dance. contemporaryAlberta She is a singer Brings a new variety of performance to it.Miss Jones She is a dancer who specialises in It is new and original and probably salsa and could hold a salsa something the audience have not yet tried. lesson. Also, it is something that families can take part in They are a trio of singers. Brings a new variety of performance to it.AAHHANDS Duet (singers) Brings a new variety of performance to it.Billie She is a rapper. This would be something different and would be something that some of the audience will enjoy. © Pearson Education Ltd 2008. Copying permitted for purchasing institution only. This material is not copyright free. 1