Alsager Italian Festival - Virtual 2020!

Alsagers Virtual Italian Festival 2020...

With over 5,000 views across YouTube and Facebook we are delighted that our first ever virtual event went well!
Due to the Covid restrictions we were unable to have our usual successful festival so we decided to try our hand at bringing the community together ina virtual way. Over the last few months the Alsager Partnership have been busy working behind the scenes making videos, to stream on Sunday 13th September. We ran a dance competition and a quiz when people could enter in to, and 4 prizes were given out from Romazzinos (see pictures for 1st and 2nd prize winner for both competitions) we had videos on Italian informationwith the funny 'Did You Knows..?', Ferrari and Fiat 500 showcases. Videos sent all the way from Italy with cookery, making mozzarella,

giant ravioli and places to visit there. And Pepe, owner of Romazzinos, showed us how to
make Pizza, Arancini and Gnocchi too. 2 of our acts from past events also took part in videos for us, Circus in a Box and our Italian Singing Duo Dean & Salvatore.
Johnny Gibbs or Johnny Film Media put everything together for the big day!
If you haven’t already seen it then it’s a must to tune in to!

YouTube - Alsager Italian Festival 2020
You can view all of it or just the sections you want on YouTube at any time, just head to YouTube and type in Alsager Partnership Italian Festival 2020.


We will be premièring it again this Sunday 27th September on Facebook. You will be able to view it on the Alsager Partnership Facebook page or the Alsager
Italian Festival Facebook page starting at 12 noon. Feel free to cook along with the delicious recipes, the ingredients can be viewed on the YouTube channel at any time.

Bon appetite!

      

Quiz: 1st Prize - Louise Cooper  Quiz: 2nd Prize - Fiona Cajee   Dance: 1st Prize - Studio S Dancers   Dance: 2nd Prize - The Neal Sisters

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