On Thursday 20th August, the charity will be hosting their first ever fringe showcase
Don’t miss African musicians including TamTam2000, Mellow Chants and Simply
Soweto Encha, discover the beauty in song and what it can bring out in you.
Afropella Night, premieres in Edinburgh, is a sensational a capella performance with a unique sense of indigenous African rhythms, beats and sounds all of which are vocally generated. The show takes you on a musical journey into the spirit of Ghana and the group have been dubbed Ghana’s leading gospel a capella group.
“Xun” (referring to “seeking” in English), created in 2010, was the first physical theatre that appeared in China. This new type of performance pursues storytelling through physical theatre and fills the stage with performers virtualization and diversified body movements.
Exciting and compelling multimedia fusion of film, seductive flamenco dance, music and poetry, by one of Spain’s leading flamenco companies. Inspired by the film masterpiece of José Val del Omar
Set in an imaginary mental asylum, Mad Women in My Attic is a fantastic romp through showtunes, folk and cabaret songs, celebrating the mentally unstable women that populate music and theatre.
Not to be missed - After Freedom is a heady mix of tribal and urban music and dance - full of mind-blowing energy, fresh vibes and enticing rhythms which paints a picture of the street culture of today’s Soweto.