Martial Arts Special!
Crane style kung fu practitioner Sharmin Asia-Rohima Ahmed talks about martial arts and self defence and the new classes she will be teaching in Clapham. Sharmin has trained in crane style kung fu or 12 years both in China and the UK. Legend has it that crane style kung fu was developed by Fang Qi Niang, daughter of a respected Kung fu master in 18th Century China. Sharmin has competed in several UK and European sparring and patterns tournaments winning 5 gold medals, 3 silver and1 bronze medal.
The Tai Chi and Crane style Kung-fu classes will start Sat 6th Feb in Clapham, see: http://www.damospt.com/ or follow Sharmin via Instagram: damo_self_defense
This programme also features a brief review of Donnie Yen's Ip Man 3, out in UK cinemas now.
Also note that the art house martial arts movie The Assassin is currently showing at the BFI. to get 2 for 1 tickets use the code ASSASSIN241 when booking online.
- Den Kick - Afronational (7" on No Wahala Sounds label)
- Crane Style - dub version of Madoo's Have you ever Been to Heaven (7" on the Prophet label, Far East rhythm)
- Rude Girls - Doreen and Her Allstars (7" on the Rainbow label)
- Oh Me Oh My - Lloyd Charmers (7" on the Bullet label)