Shangri-la Glastonbury 2016: Past, Present and Future by FareLight Productions (Press Version)

This video,, can also be seen at"The waste from the events industry is despicable", says Kaye Dunnings, creative director at Glastonbury’s Shangri-La. "We’re trying to make people think about how we treat our environment, and how we can reuse as much as possible.In a collaboration with The Other Art Fair, the Glastonbury staple’s unique blend of art and activism is becoming a new interactive installation. For those familiar with the effervescent early hours of Glastonbury, Shangri-La is very much an old friend.2016 The people of Shangri-La have lost their voices amongst the deceit and distractions of the mainstream media. A new power resides over the this sensational, subversive city now that the media has gained full access to its inner workings and everyone’s personal lives.Shang palace presents "Honey Chocolate Collection" to celebrate mid-autumn festival 28 june 2016 Guests may purchase the mooncakes at the lobby of Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore from 28 July to 15 September 2016, retail booths located at shopping malls island-wide or online at and Weston super Mare Free Festivals of Light, Weston-super-Mare. 303 likes 33 were here. Dates Saturdays 13th april 29th june 21st.shangri-la Glastonbury 2015: Past, Present and Future by FareLight Productions (Press Version) – duration:. shangri-la glastonbury 2015: Past, Present and Future by FareLight Productions.Lyrics to "Past, Present And Future" song by Agnetha Faltskog: Past – well now let me tell you about the past Past is filled with silent joys and broken toys Lau. Agnetha Faltskog – Past, Present And Future Lyrics | AZLyrics.compast, we wanted to focus on looking to the future during this momentous year. We have therefore commissioned trend forecasters The Future Laboratory to collate The Future of Festivals: Glastonbury 2050, an in-depth investigation into the changing role of technology and communications at the festival of the future. forewordShangri-La is a fictional place described in the 1933 novel Lost Horizon by British author James Hilton.Hilton describes Shangri-La as a mystical, harmonious valley, gently guided from a lamasery, enclosed in the western end of the Kunlun Mountains.Shangri-La has become synonymous with any earthly paradise, particularly a mythical Himalayan utopia – a permanently happy land, isolated from.Fat White Family play ‘Heaven On Earth’ at Hell Stage at Shangri La, Glastonbury 2015. Fat White Family – Heaven On Earth @ Shangri La, Glastonbury 2015 on Vimeo Join