25 Events African Londoners can look forward to in September 2016

We’re in September 2016 and in London! And according to us that can only mean one thing: a new month of African-themed events that will grace the capital and beyond. This month we have networking events, high scale investor workshops, lots of food pop-ups and West African and Sahel musicals to keep you occupied this month. Here are 25+ African Events Londoners can check out this Autumn:


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A’FRIQUENCY: THE NEW SOUND OF AFRICA

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Date: Friday, 9 September 2016 | Time: 20:00pm  01:00am | Venue: Rich Mix – 35-47 Bethnal Green Road, London, E1 6LA | Host: AfriCori | Event Link: Eventbrite

Top Notch Event here organised by Africa’s leading digital music company: AfriCori ‘Promoting the wealth of African music around the world’.On Friday September 9th, pan-African international event series A’friquency lands in London for an all-star launch party showcasing the finest contemporary music coming out of Africa and the Diaspora.


1) AFRICA TECH SUMMIT LONDON 2016

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Twitter: @AfricaTechSMT | Linkedin: /AppsAfrica | Facebook: /AppsAfrica

Very important gracing London and the South Africa House in late September. The Government of South Africa will host attendees on the 29th focussing technology opportunities in Africa. Tech leaders from across Africa and Europe, international investors, entrepreneurs and leading African start-ups will convene at South Africa House on the 29th of September 2016 for an exclusive, invitation only, one-day conference to discuss the African technology landscape in Sub-Saharan Africa. For more info; click here


2) GALLERY TALK: DANIELE TAMAGNI AND JAMES BARNOR

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Date: Saturday, 10 September 2016 | Time: 15:00pm to 16:30pm | Venue: October Gallery – 24 Old Gloucester Street, London, WC1N 3AL | Hosts: October Gallery | Event Link: Eventbrite

Join photographers Daniele Tamagni and James Barnor for a discussion about their work and their new exhibition on Saturday 10th September, 3.00 pm at October Gallery, London. Free Entry. Reserve a place on Eventbrite.

Daniele Tamagni, an Italian photographer, trained as an art historian before travelling worldwide to document colourful fashion subcultures. In 2007 he won the Canon Young Photographer Award with a project about the Congolese dandies, Sapeurs of Brazzaville and in 2010 won the ICP Infinity Award, fashion category.

James Barnor (a man i’ve been privileged to have met), born in Accra, Ghana in 1929, began, like many of his contemporaries on the continent, by setting up a studio which was visited by the general public as well as dignitaries. He developed his career rapidly, by working for the Daily Graphic, as their first photojournalist, and Drum magazine, the influential anti-apartheid journal for lifestyle and politics.


3) SEEDS OF HOPE – FILM SCREENING & FUNDRAISER (+ LIVE MUSIC + Q & A)

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Date: Sunday 11th September 2016 | Time: 7pm – 10pm | Venue: Passing Clouds, 1 Richmond Road, Dalston E8 4AA, Haggerston/Dalston Junction Overground | Hosts: Mimi_Ninyi_Sisi | Event Link: Facebook

Set in the heart of eastern Congo, what do the tales of all the women and children have to do with your technology and gadgets…? And how can their hope, courage, strength and determination help us fight for a fairer future…..?  Headed by the ultra-matriarch and activist – Mama Masika (RIP) who takes us on a journey from hurt to healed and becomes a mother to many, travel with us through this raw and tense, yet heart-warming event as we learn about our connection to Congo and its people.

And as always, in the true style of {mimi : ninyi : sisi}, there’ll be Edutainment at its finest by a Congolese musician (tbc) and a Q&A by people in the field of technology, activism and members of the Congolese community.


NETWORKING


4) CEE4BEE NETWORKING EVENT – BLACK AFRICANS CONNECTING 4 BETTER LIFE CHANCES

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Date: Thursday, 8 September 2016 | Time: 18:30pm to 21:30pm |  Venue: Novotel Hotel London Tower Bridge,  10 Pepys Street, London, EC3N 2NR | HostsCee4Bee Connect 4 Better | Event Link: Eventbrite

‘Cee4Bee’ is a non-profit initiative implementing intentional practical solutions including but not limited to hosting networking events and awareness campaigns to reduce poverty levels among minority black Africans living in UK. I certainly look to go this event myself! This FREE networking event hopes to bring together givers and receivers for the purpose of improving the life chances of black Africans living in UK. Join givers sharing their stories and giving helpful insights which should hopefully stimulate and encourage someone for success.


5) MBTN PROFESSIONALS MIXER

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Date: Friday, 30 September 2016 | Time: 18:00  00:30 | Venue: Crowne Plaza London, The City, 19 New Bridge Street, London, EC4V 6DB | Hosts: MoveBackToNigeria | Event Link: Eventbrite

Many Nigerian Londoners haven’t heard of MBTN before – but they have now! This is a great initiative and great hub of people here. The MBTN London Professionals mixer is an exclusive monthly event that hosts the highest profile African professionals in London for an evening of networking, music, dancing and making career defining business connections; this networking event usually takes place on the last Friday of every month.


LECTURES


6) EU OUT, AU IN: THE POLITICS OF FREE MOVEMENT

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Date: Friday, 9 September 2016 | Time:  18:00pm to 21:00 | Venue: Houses of Parliament, London, SW1A 2PW | HostYoung Pioneers Network | Event Link: Eventbrite

The Young Pioneers Network (YPN) was founded in 2015 with the purpose of developing the political capacity of young people in Africa and the diaspora. Join them as YPN discuss the politics of integration, the effect of Brexit on the UK and Africa, and what freedom of movement means to the African continent, its citizens, and the diaspora.

Confirmed Speakers include:

Benjamin Bennett – Vocals & Verses

Dentaa MBE – GUBA

Naivasha Mwanji – Hashtag Congo

Francesca Danmole – Britsh Youth Council

As the EU threatens to unravel and restrict its borders, the AU pursues a policy of integration. The freedom of movement of people and goods is political – but which is better?


7) WHEN IS A REFUGEE NOT A REFUGEE? THE CASE OF ERITREA AS A PARADIGM FOR AFRICANS SEEKING SANCTUARY

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Date: Monday, 12 September 2016 | Time: 16:00 to 17:30 | Venue: House of Commons – St Margarets Street, London SW1A 0AA | Hosts: Afford UK | Event Link: Eventbrite

AFFORD is a charity evolving into a social enterprise to drive entrepreneurial agenda and capacity of the African Diaspora. In this Lecture; hosted by The (Prospective) APPG Diaspora Development and Migration in partnership with APPG on Refugees and the Migrants Rights Network;  the parliamentary panel discussion will discuss: ‘When is a refugee not a refugee? The case of Eritrea as a paradigm for Africans seeking sanctuary’ Do remember that to register interest; you must go to this link http://bit.ly/29OerEk ; if you have any questions; please contact kanea@parliament.gov.uk


8) LIVING HISTORIES: CONVERSATIONS ABOUT RADICAL AFRICAN BRITISH HISTORIES

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Date: Saturday, 17 September 2016 | Time:  13:00 to 16:00 | Venue: 128 Theobalds Rd Holborn, London, WC1X 8TN| Host: BTWSC | Event Link: Eventbrite

A Real Family-Friendly Community Organisation here: BTWSC is a pan-London voluntary organisation that uses the creative arts to develop potential, raise aspirations, and promote social inclusion. It works with youths, adults and inter-generational audiences. Its core areas of delivery cover music industry, event planning, and African history education and programmes. For more details and queries email: btwsc@hotmail.com. At this event; History consultant Kwaku will be in conversation with activists, teasing out the little-known experiences of those who’ve been part of the African British radical history narrative.


9) BLACK HISTORY WALKS: THE BLACK IMAGE

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DateWednesday, September 21, 2016 | Time: 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM | VenueUCL Roberts Building GO6, Sir Ambrose Fleming Lecture Theatre, Torrington Place, WC1E 6BT London | Hosts: Black History Walks | Event Link: Eventbrite

Black History Walks are practically the leading community enterprise in the UK that consistently put on walks, tours, lectures and its African history which goes back 3500 years. Walks take place in St Pauls/Bank, Docklands, Soho, Trafalgar Square, Elephant & Castle and Notting Hill. ‘A very revealing presentation and film which shows how the image of African people has been deliberately altered by Europeans to show negativity. In the 15th century African people were portrayed in European art as noble, sophisticated and intelligent. With the rise of Empire these images were thrown out and replaced with demeaning stereotypes which still inform public opinion via children’s books and Hollywood movies.


OPEN MIC & ENTERTAINMENT


10) RUDI RUDI AFRICA OPEN MIC

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Date: Sat September 24th 2016 | Time: 5pm | Venue: Durning Hall Community Centre, Earlham Grove, London, E7 9AB | Host: BantuArts | Event Link: Eventbrite

Bantu Arts is a UK registered production company since 2013 with an aim to bridge the gap between skilled and unskilled by providing a positive, reliable and sustainable platform from which some of Africa’s many talented artists can earn a living and share their unique skills and creativity with the rest of the world. Their philosophy is to give Africa an identity and a footprint on the world through stories, dance, music, and drama.


FOOD:

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11) AFRICAN AFTERNOON TEA

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Date: Sun Sep 11th | Time: (Slot  1) 13.00pm – 15.00pm (Slot 2) 15.00pm – 17.00pm | Venue: Printworks Kitchen, 26 Rosebery Avenue, EC1R 4SX London | Host: Lerato London | Event Link: Eventbrite

Food Glorious Food. Or should we way African Tea and a luxurious contemporary Afro-fused menu to follow; Interesting. Intriguing and very original. Lerato London is a contemporary African pop-up restaurant which Lerato has cteated to share her recipes celebrating African foodand the diversity of the continent.

I am a food writer, Nigerian TV Chef, and former journalist living in England. I also write a weekly food column for The Guardian in Nigeria where I share contemporary African recipes inspired by my family, experiences and my environment. (Lerato)


12) CELEBRATING DIVERSITY AT FATI’S KITCHEN

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Date: Saturday, 17 September 2016 | Time: 18:00 to 22:00 | Venue: NewburyPark – 13 Monarch Way Newbury Park, Newbury, IG2 7NY | Hosts: Outreach Management | Event Link: Eventbrite
By popular requests Fati’s Kitchen invites you to explore authentic tastes of Africa in a unique ambiance with relaxing afro-fusion music. You will experience the diversity of Africa through culinary traditions based our bold flavored foods with cultural influence, such as Jollof Rice, Waakye and their free exotic African drinks. Fati’s Kitchen will provide intimate atmosphere for relaxation, whilst they cater for your desire for good traditional meals. They feature selection of free African entertainment to promote cross cultural experience.

13) THE AFRICAN FOOD AND DRINK TAKEOVER @ AFRICA UTOPIA (2016)

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Date: Friday, 2 September – Sunday 4th September 2016 | Time: 12:00pm Friday to Sunday 18.00pm | Venue: Festival Square – The Southbank Centre – Belvedere Road, London, SE1 8XX | Hosts: Pop Up Africa | Event Link: Eventbrite

Pop Up Africa, known for their African inspired experiential shopping events, look forward to bringing a real taste of Africa to The South Bank Centre.

In conjunction with the Africa Utopia festival, visitors to Pop Up Africa’s Street Food Takeover can expect to be transported to one of the most colourful continents on earth through the aroma of sweet smelling African food and the taste of spices used from Lagos to Lilongwe.


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14) ROYAL AFRICAN SOCIETY: AFRICA’S IMAGE IN THE 21st CENTURY

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Date: Tuesday, 13 September 2016 | Time:  19:00pm | Venue: Khalili Lecture Theatre – SOAS, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London, WC1H 0XG | Hosts: Royal African Society | Event Link: Eventbrite

Case studies consider questions such as: how have new media changed whose views are represented? Do Chinese or diaspora media offer alternative perspectives for viewing the continent? How do foreign correspondents interact with their audiences in a social media age? What is the contemporary role of charity groups and PR firms in shaping news content?

To launch this book, Royal African Society are joined by editors Suzanne FranksMel Bunce and Chris Paterson, and contributors Abdullahi Tasiu AbubakarHeba Aly and Olatunji Ogunyemi as they explore topics as diverse as the media strategies of Boko Haram, the market for humanitarian news and the image of the continent presented in African diasporic press in the UK.


BUSINESS & INVESTMENT:


15) 6TH UGANDA-UK TRADE & INVESTMENT CONVENTION

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Date: Saturday, 10 Sep | Time: 09:00am  – 02.00am | Venue: Troxy, 490 Commercial Rd, Limehouse, Shadwell  E1 0HX London | Hosts: Ugandan UK Convention | Event Link: Eventbrite

 

This summit will provide attendees with the strategies, techniques and tools that you need to successful do business in Uganda. The event will focus on the leading industries within the country – namely; Energy, Utilities, Transport, Manufacturing and Agriculture – it will explore key opportunities available when venturing into this highly lucrative space, as well as assessing the challenges involved and how to overcome come them successfully.


16) DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGY IN AFRICA

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Date: Wed 7th September | Time: 16.45pm | Venue: Eversheds 1 Wood Street | Address: 1 Wood Street, London EC2V 7WS | Hosts: Business Council for Africa

With a growing number of Africans coming online, the continent’s digital economy is on the rise, with new innovative disruptive technologies being offered, altering the way people live and work and leading to entirely new products and services. The increased consumption of technology in Africa is creating opportunities for organisations to expand into Africa, such as Uber which has recently launched its platform in Dar es Salaam and Jumia which has launched its platforms across key markets on the continent.

This event is to be hosted by the BCA technology working group and will be an opportunity to hear from keynote speaker Jason Njoku, Founder and CEO of iROKO, who has pioneered the African digital content market by bringing Nollywood (Nigerian cinema) to a global audience. iROKO has aggregated the world’s largest online Nollywood content catalogue and is one of Africa’s largest internet TV providers.


17) AFRICA BUSINESS ANGEL FORUM

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Date: Fri 2nd Sep | Time: 10.00am | Venue: 9 Fitzmaurice Place, London, W1J 5JD | Hosts: NewGenAngels | Event Link: Eventbrite

The Africa Business Angel forum brings together 200 of the most influential investors and entrepreneurs that are servicing Africa and looking widening their circles.It is hosted by NewGenAngels, a private members investment club focused on Africa based in London.  We also have a wealth of industry leaders and influencers giving us their insights into the rapidly growing African business ecosystem. Learn more about the last iteration of the last forum which was attended by over 70 people from over 20 countries across the word.


18) FINANCING PROJECTS

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Date: Thurs 22nd September | Time: 11.45am | Venue: Slaughter and May, One Bunhill Row, London EC1Y 8YY | Hosts: Hosts: Business Council for Africa

The Business Council for Africa’s Financial Services Group is delighted to be hosting an event to discuss the role of key organisations that are providing development finance and export credit for projects across sub-Saharan Africa.

The event will be an opportunity to hear from leading financial organisations such as UK Export Finance (UKEF); CDC Group; InfraCo Africa and the Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund (EAIF), which have participated in numerous successful projects across sectors in Africa, including healthcare, energy and power. As Africa’s economic growth and development are intrinsically linked to infrastructure development, speakers will address the challenges in financing infrastructure projects, highlight the necessary prerequisites for their engagement and discuss the type of projects which they are looking to support.


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19) THE TRIO: SECKOU KEITA, ANTONIA FORCIONE and ADRIANO ADEWALE

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Date: Fri 23rd Sep | Time: 19:00pm | Venue: Union Chapel, 7 Compton Avenue, London N1 2XD | Hosts: Focus Organisation | Event Link: Facebook

THE TRIO AKA featuring SECKOU KEITA, ANTONIO FORCIONE, ADRIANO ADEWALE
Trio AKA are kora master SECKOU KEITA from Senegal, guitar virtuoso ANTONIO FORCIONE is from Italy and percussion visionary ADRIANO ADEWALE from Brazil. Together they create mesmerising music that takes your breath away. Adriano Adewale’s percussion sounds evoke the spirit of the forest one minute and the next his infectious grooves lay the foundation for Seckou Keita’s magical rhythms and the acoustic guitar lines of Antonio Forcione . Together three masters sounding as one. A rich chemistry of cultural influences that makes their group one of the best in the world.


20) THE SINGING CHILDREN OF AFRICA

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Date: Saturday, 1 Oct | Time: 13:00 to 17:00 | Venue: Jubilee Hall – Tulse Hill Estate Brixton, London, SW2 2LY | Hosts: Educate the KidsNeter Vital | Eventribite: here

The Jubilee Hall Community Centre is located in Tulse Hill opposite Ellacombe House and very near to Brockwell Park. This event raises awareness of Africa’s talent via natural health and visual culture. The Singing Children of Africa are excited about the visit and want to make it a real community event. Delicious Food, Children’s Activities and Networking will take place plus more.


21) AZIZA BRAHIM (WESTERN SAHARA) – THE LONDON AFRICAN MUSIC FESTIVAL 2016

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Date: Thurs 22nd September | Time: 19.00pm | Venue: Union Chapel, 7 Compton Avenue, London N1 2XD | Hosts: The Focus Organisation | Event Link: Facebook

Western Saharan singer Aziza Brahim’s new album ‘Abbar el Hamada’ (Across the Hamada) is a commanding and compassionate musical statement about, and for, the tumultuous age in which we live. Raised in a Saharawi refugee camp in the Algerian desert, and living in exile for more than two decades (first in Cuba and currently in Barcelona), Brahim’s life and music embodies both the tragedies and hopes of the present-day migrant and refugee experience. Aziza Brahim makes a welcome return to the festival which kick starts her international journey in 2009. Tonight hear one of the world’s greatest singers in London.


22) THE AFRICAN SALSA ORCHESTRA (BENIN/CUBA) – THE LONDON AFRICAN MUSIC FESTIVAL 2016

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Date: Fri 23rd September | Time: 19.30pm | Venue: 2 Empire Mews, Stanthorpe Road, SW16 2BF | Hosts: The Focus Organisation

The African Salsa Orchestra led by Michel Pinheiro is a dancing machine that makes you dance from Cotonou to Cuba. A journey in which the Manding rhythms, gospel, rhythm and blues and reggae associate with Cuban salsa. Salsa is a mixture of voodoo cults and Western music. Cubans have added piano and brass while the drum came from the Yoruba of Nigeria. Michel Pinheiro sings in French, English, Spanish, Yoruba, Fon, Dioula. All on the devilishly danceable rhythms. He creates the explosive 10-piece African Salsa Orchestra in 2014 and tonight they make their UK debut with their infectious rhythms and blazing horns.


23) SEKOUBA BAMBINO (GUINEA) – THE LONDON AFRICAN MUSIC FESTIVAL (2016)

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Date: 20 September | Time: 19:30pm – 23:00pm | VenueKings Place, 90 York Way, N1 9AG London, United Kingdom | Hosts: Focus Organisation | Event Link: Facebook

Fantastic Musician here! Guinea’s superstar Sekouba Bambino is one of the great voices of African music. He became a star at 19 when he joined Bembeya Jazz. Since then he has released numerous albums as a leader and recorded and toured the world as a great band leader and as a soloist with Africando. His vocal prowess make his show a must.
· SÉKOUBA BAMBINO YOUTUBE – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-yQNtykRhE4


FASHION:

Related: Best 50+ African Tailors in London (2016)


24) AFRICA FASHION WEEK LONDON (2016)

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Date: 8th – 10th September 2016 | Time: Everyday 12pm – 10pm | Venue: Olympia London, Hammersmith Road, W14 8UX Kensington | Host: Africa Fashion Week London | Event Link: Eventbrite

We know know that African Fashion Week London is an annual event showcasing and celebrating work from established and emerging African designers; and each yer these guys seek to get bigger and better. See exclusive catwalk appearances from up-and-coming names, established designers and the best African models from the continent. Browse hand-picked artisan accessories or buy distinctive fashions from the best of the exhibitors all week. Ticket types: – Connoisseur: first two row seats, a goody bag, a complimentary show magazine, Fast track Entry and Access to the exhibition, shopping area and live entertainment on stage.


25) FASHION AFRICA CONFERENCE 2016 – ‘THE AFRICAN MARKET’

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DateThursday, September 8, 2016 | Time: 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM | VenueRich Mix, Top floor, 35-47 Bethnal Green Road, E1 6LA London | Host: Africa Fashion Guide | Event Link: Eventbrite

As the international fashion industry ponders the ongoing questions – Is the African marketplace ripe for business? Is Africa Fashion’s final frontier? Is there a growing consumer market in Africa ready to buy? Can Africa be realistically open for international business? Africa Fashion Guide continues to take the bull by its horns and deliver results focused events to address these issues. By strategically bringing together influential stakeholders and actors, being an industry catalyst changing perceptions of Africa’s fashion and textile industry and most importantly encouraging fashion business in Africa!


26) KUTOWA POP-UP SHOP – AFRICA FASHION WEEK LONDON

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Date: Fri 9th September – Sat 10th September| Venue: Olympia London Hammersmith Road, Kensington W14 8UX London | Event Info: Facebook | Host: Kutowa Designs

Kutowa – a fusion of my heritage – a mixture of European aesthetics, cuts, vibrant colourful African fabric and minimalism. A clash of two different fashion senses result in something new and different, which incorporates both worlds but is nothing like the individual fused components. Kutowa is also my answer to this conundrum, our garments reflect outwardly my inner essence of being a child of the New Age – born into a mix of many cultures and traditions. In Kutowa, you will feel like the bright and beautiful creation you were meant to be, people will be dazzled by your sense of style.


A FEW EVENTS TO NOTE OUTSIDE LONDON:


DENDENDE

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Date: Saturday, 17 September 2016 | Time: 19:00 to 21:30 | Venue: St Andrew’s Church – Freckenham, IP28 8JF | Hosts: Creative Arts East and Freckenham Village Hall Committee | Event Link: Eventbrite

‘Dendende’ is a show featuring music and dance by the Anna Mudeka Band, a six piece band playing the ‘sunshine’ mbira music of Zimbabwe. The show is packed with melodies and rhythms that speak to all generations and nationalities. With songs in Swahili, Hindi and Shona, this is a show full of truly global sounds. Mudeka’s mbira playing takes centre stage, while conga beat and six string bass underpin Zimbabwean rhythms, creating a real fusion of vibrant sounds.


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