The African Dance Theatre
Feel the vibe of the V&A, the energy of the show, An African Musical Journey Through Time, enjoy a great Pan African meal whilst watching luxury yachts, cruise liners and tug boats passing by.
an african musical journey through time
The show takes us on an African Musical Journey Through Time. We are transported back to the days of beautiful African maidens and powerful warriors setting out to battle to the beat of African drums. Then we move forward in time to the industrial era with the thunderous gumboot dance, telling of what life is like on the mines. The 40’s and 50’s saw a turbulent South Africa but in the jazz halls of Sophiatown the indomitable spirit of a nation was evident in the kwela dance. The show ends with the vibrant urban youth of today getting down to pantsula to pumping kwaaito club tracks. The show is peppered with well loved songs, We Are Growing, The Lions Sleeps Tonight, Shosholoza, Patta Patta, Hakuna Matata and more.
Shows Mon-Sat at 6pm – 7:30pm followed by dinner
Show ticket price is R160 per person and drinks and meals paid separately to Moyo.
To book, please visit http://www.theafricandancetheatre.co.za
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