Show to Unveil the Magic of African Culture at University of Worcester

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A group of talented performers will present Zulu, a genuine spectacle of rich African culture, at the University of Worcester next week.

Zulu is a multi-talented group of professional actors, bands, storytellers and school of educators, all united into one.

This authentic South African group will present a vibrant mix of dance and music, drumming and traditional psalms and exceptional showcase of storytelling to illustrate the unique world of the Zulu culture.

The show will take place at the University’s St John’s campus on the 22nd November, starting at 7pm.

Coming from Durban, South Africa, the individual performers are well-known around the world with The Mighty Zulu Nation and The Lion King shows.

Performing for royalty and governments alike, including HM The Queen, Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu, the group promises a lifetime experience for its audience.

The show is presented as part of the Shindig, Worcestershire’s programme of professional live acts in community venues.

Being part of the programme, the University of Worcester has been hosting a wide range of unique shows, such as Zulu, for the last five years.

Tickets for the show are available from the University’s Finance office on 01905 855000 and St John’s Public Library on 01905 822722.

Adult tickets are £8, concessions (under 14, students and OAP) are £6 and Family tickets (2adults and 2 children) are £24.