A powerful, passionate and magical production featuring stunning contemporary African choreography from Shyne Phiri, with an original soundtrack which samples traditional Malawian music.
Performed by a cast of stunning dancers, Izindava synthesises ballet, contemporary and African dance and music in a powerful and immersive experience that is accessible and enjoyable for everyone.
Bawren Tavaziva’s most ambitious work to date is a sumptuous portrayal of the Carmen story and its continuing resonance today. Performed to music composed and arranged by Fayyaz Virji of the acclaimed Warriors International, Africarmen plays out the entanglement of desire, deceit and corruption in oil-laden Equatorial Guinea. Part of Black History Month 2015.
Take part in a Zumba demonstration, with fitness instructor Chloe Berridge on hand to lead African and Latin American themed routines. No dancing experience necessary! Presented by the School of Life Sciences, and part of Black History Month 2015.
The School of Medicine is organising the ‘Impact Campaign Ceilidh’ – a fundraising evening featuring music by the Beeston Ceilidh Collective. Join in for a night of lively and energetic dancing in the Gaelic tradition – experience not essential!
This celebratory event recognises the importance of language in maintaining cultural heritage and in creating an awareness of linguistic diversity. Visitors can drop by during the day to get a taste of the activities on offer and learn more about the different languages spoken by staff, students and alumni of the University.
Join the School of Life Sciences, the School of Health Sciences, and Estates for an LGBT celebration featuring salsa dancing, music and info stalls managed by Nottingham LGBT organisations. Part of LGBT History Month.