Black History Month Elmbridge is about celebrating diversity in Elmbridge through African Music, Crafts and food.
The event is split into two parts
Part one – Free Workshops
- African drums– participants will be introduced to African drums, their role in traditional African life and be instructed in African drumming
- African Dance– this is your chance to participate in and learn Bakisimba. Bakisimba is a High Energy royal dance from Uganda. It is performed at various occasions with exciting melody and rhythms.
Part Two: Live Music
- An evening performance of African music and dance by Sarah Ndagire a Ugandan Singer and Song Writer accompanied by the Galaxy Band.
- Cash bar
Gues Speaker – YETUNDE HOFMAN
Need to know
Part One : Starts at 3pm and finishes 5.30pm
Part Two: Starts at 6pm and finishes at 11.00pm
Tickets: Please bring your paper ticket with you, as you will not be admitted without it
Dress code: African, Indian or Evening dress
If you cannot join us on the night please consider making a donation
Travel Details : If you are travelling from London there is a train to Walton On Thames from Waterloo (30 minutes)