African Dance Theatre

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African Dance Theatre
Reasons to book this ACT
  • UK's number 1 West African Dance Group, ambassadors of West African music

  • Excitingly dynamic show with colourful masks and costumes

  • Features furious percussive beats, soaring vocals and acrobatic dancing

  • Described as 'electrifying' in a 5* review by the Western Mail

  • Based in Cardiff and available to perform at events worldwide

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This Cardiff based act are the UK's number 1 West African Dance and Musical Group and ambassadors of West African musical culture with their signature masks and colourful costumes! Their  excitingly dynamic show features furious percussive beats, soaring vocals, a mesmerising flute player and rootsy acoustics of the Ngoni with acrobatic dance thrown in for good measure. Outstanding entertainment!

The group is a collective of about 15 dancers and musicians, telling the mythologies and history of the region using artistic choreography, featuring traditional and contemporary West-African Dance and Music, with a strong presence in the Black Dance Sector. The group have an amazing Fulani Flute player and the beautiful Ngoni a West African acoustic guitar.  Of course there are the fantastic percussionists and some spectacular solo dances at the end!

To find out more contact our team of Entertainment Experts.

Womad UK Festivals
British Council
Arts And Business
Womex World Music
Southbank CentreE
Festival Complet Mandeng
Wales Millenium Centre
Colston Hall, Bristol
Arts Council England
Arts Council Of Wales
Wales Arts International
Trac Cymru
And many more...

"the most exciting dynamic African dance imaginable"

Michael Kelligan, Theatre in Wales

"an electrifying set of traditional African songs infused with a 21st century twist"

5* Review in the Western Mail

"a visually stunning performance.... super human drumming"

This is Bristol

"the calibre of it's musicians equals that of it's dancers"