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Tavaziva Dance: Umdhlalo kaSisi extract, followed by an African Movement and Dance class
Live ON Wandsworth Arts Fringe website
2.00pm - 2.45pm 22 May
Tavaziva Dance is screening extracts from some of their most acclaimed productions starting with Bawren Tavaziva’s "Umdhlalo kaSisi" (Dance for my Sister), created in 2004.
"Umdhlalo kaSisi", inspired by the untimely death of his sister, is Bawren’s heartfelt narrative of love and loss, strength of community, and a celebration of her life.
Bawren presented this work as a finalist at The Place Prize, shortly before forming Tavaziva Dance.
This will be followed by an energising AFRICAN MOVEMENT & DANCE CLASS led by Zimbabwean-born choreographer Bawren Tavaziva and is suitable for dancers at Intermediate level.
Bawren takes us through basic African dance movements and get everyone dancing together in their own homes! Come and join us!
Although the experimental, annual arts festival Wandsworth Arts Fringe can’t take place as planned this year, the show must go on!
This May you can enjoy the freshest local fringe theatre, dance and art from the comfort of your own living room.