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The dancing prisoners of Burkina Faso

“Aguibou Bougobali Sanou (…) is teaching a group of inmates to express their emotions, confront their pasts and embrace their…

Nigeria: Lagos Theatre Festival is coming

From 8th to 14th April, the 6th Lagos Theatre Festival will be held under the theme “Imagine the Unimaginable”. The…

Call for artists: MASA 2020

Market for Abidjan Performing Arts (MASA) has announced a call for applications for the categories of Storytelling, Dance, Stand-up Comedy,…

Are African leaders good in dancing?

AllAfrica decided to compare Teresa May’ dancing performance with those of George Weah (Liberia), Uhuru Kenyatta (Kenya), Emmerson Mnangagwa (Zimbabwe),…

Ecole des Sables: Great ladies of African dance

“The Ecole des Sables (Senegal) regularly organizes dance workshops bringing together dancers from Africa and around the world to advance…

Senegal: learning Acogny dance technique

From 18th July to 28th August, the Ecole des Sables, based in Toubab Dialaw, Senegal, is organizing “Black Dances workshop…

SBYA recipients announced

The Standard Bank Young Artist awards (SBYA), South African leading arts award conferred by the National Arts Festival and Standard…

Ghetto Kids at Afrimma

Triplets Ghetto Kids, whose dances impressed so much APP (http://www.africanpoliticsandpolicy.com/?p=9459), won in the nomination “AfriMMA 2017 Best African Dancer” at…

Ghetto Kids inspire the world

Ugandan children dancing barefoot with thrilling energy and passion have inspired the international music and dancing stars to perform together….

South Africa: Grahamstown National Arts Festival

From June 29 to July 9, at Grahamstown, will be held the biggest annual celebration of the arts in Africa…

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