We hope to reschedule this event for 2021
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From Kwa-Zulu Natal to the world’s stage, Zulu Tradition rekindle the spark of Zulu culture and heritage through song, dance and drums. Imagine a youthful mixed gender Ladysmith Black Mambazo with high-energy dance. Zulu Tradition is a company of young Zulu singers and dancers who deliver a heady mix of traditional African harmonies and athletic dance – all traditionally costumed – and supported by drum-rhythms. Their stage shows are exciting, enthralling and hugely entertaining, and they attract enthusiastic audiences.
“I saw Zulu Tradition last night. It was a packed house and they were fantastic! So brilliantly musical and rhythmic, electric personalities and very inspirational. Everyone loved them.”
Audience member Lynne Knowling from Chinley, Derbyshire
“Oh my GOD, what a beautiful night was had by all in the small village of Chinley!”
“Just wanted to say a big thank you to the Zulu stars for their wonderful performances during Mandela Day at the British Museum. Many thanks especially for being so generous with their time to allow the visitors to be photographed with them.”
Hilary Williams, The British Museum
This production has been sponsored by Carn to Cove, a performing arts scheme for rural communities.
There will also be a display of women’s handicrafts and posters provided by Devon Centocow Link – a registered charity and community support group linking people in Devon UK with a rural village in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Their special interest is in children and young people’s education and welfare. They fund training for teachers and young people and help resource schools, pre-schools and educational initiatives.
Devon Centocow Link