The culmination of the workshop practices is the performance. This is where the whole school and parents are invited to witness what the pupils have learned during the course of the workshop sessions. Dressed in authentic African costumes the participants will put on a show combining traditional African music played by our artists with songs and dances that have been learned during the project.

We see the performance as a celebration of the activities learned and an opportunity for the pupils to show off their new found skills. The vibrant performance is something everyone can get involved in, including parents and teachers, as at the end of the show we invite the audience to a communal dance.

True to the spirit of Osun is participation not perfection, so we like to ensure no embarrassment; everyone will enjoy the performance.



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