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Mongolian throat singers, Moroccan electropunk: Womad turns 20

Will third time be the charm for world music festival after consecutive cancellations?

Taranaki Arts Festival Trust CEO Suzanne Porter speaks with Dita De Boni.

Dita De Boni Wed, 19 Oct 2022

The ethos of the World of Music, Arts and Dance festival, or Womad, is to be enthusiastic about a world that has no boundaries in communicating through music and movement – which has been sorely tested in recent years by the very world it seeks to reflect.

In its birthplace of the UK, the festival

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