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Mishti Dance #6

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mishti dance, dj Doni Branco, Poplar Union, Poplar, East London, gigs in London, live music, asian underground

Mishti Dance is back for another night of music from and inspired by the Asian Underground. Featuring Rita Morar, DJ Doni Brasco, DJ Isuru and poet, BananaSharma.

Rita Morar

Rita Morar is a London-based singer/songwriter who specialises in both Hindi and English vocals.
Music has always been an important part of Rita’s life. Whether it be devotional singing, playing the harmonium or having a great interest in a fusion of music from Bollywood to EDM, Rita continues to strive for a greater understanding in music recordings.

Rita Mora will play a live PA set with DJ Doni Brasco and live guitar


DJ Doni Brasco

The baddest, coolest cuddliest DJ around. Making stuff sound dope and pushing boundaries further.
The official BLACK BOTTLE RENEGADES DJ for Luc Belaire playing HIP HOP with that Eastern Seasoning. Founding Member of The Panjabi Scratch Addicts and HIGHBrows Ents most sort after DJ.
He spins for: Raxstar / Humble The Poet / Swaati / TaZzZ / L Fresh the Lion / Arjun / Shah Rule / Adil Omar / Shizzio
He spins at: London Mela / Desi Boyz / Bombay Funkadelic / Retailery / Sama Bankside / Nomad / Jazz Cafe / Shaka Zulu / MOS / Notting Hill Arts Club. Founder of The “COS I CAN” Organisation a non-profit charity to use creative outlets to build bridges between communities.



No stranger to the spoken word scene, BananaSharma is a British Indian writer & communicator from West London. She performs regularly for Empoword spoken word collective, has shared poetry with audiences in London, Mumbai and Dubai, and has recently published essays on contemporary society through Tattva Authorship Programme‘s latest release: Being In Beta.

DJ Isuru

Asian Underground accompanied sets from the founder of Mishti Dance.

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Sat 30 November 7pm - 11pm

£10 / £8 conc. / £12 OTD
Age range: 18+

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