Tullynessle & Forbes Village Hall
Suitable for all agesOld and new beats meet performance poetry paying tribute to South Africas legends. Experience the sounds and rhythms of the South African street life, with its contagious energy and invigorating vibes, through an everymans daily journey. The production utilises live music, dance, street footage and performance poetry to tell stories and engage audiences with traditional and modern South African cultures.Njobo Productions (FKA After Freedom Productions) are returning to Scotland after a successful run in the 2018 Edinburgh Festival Fringe at Dance Base.Professional Reviews:The Scotsman: 'Njobo Productions creates works with a homespun, laidback feel that belies the hard graft that goes into them. Whether theyre slamming the floor with their feet, or slapping the side of theirgumboots with their hands, the speed and precision creates an energy that floods the room.'Fringe Review: 'The cast performs continuously, fully invested in sharing their love of dance and their culture from South Africa. Changing pace and genre of dance movement these six dancers exchangeglances, and grins break out into joyous smiles. They seem like family and exude wonder and awe in performing together. This transfers to the audience and you cannot help but smile.'Three Weeks Edinburgh: 'It brings something to the UK that you dont see a lot of here. And you cant denythe sheer energy and power of this performance I was drawn in by the dancing, especially the gumboot, and these performers have RHYTHM.'Audience Reviews:A really fun show. Very entertaining with some great dancing mixed in with humour. A great family show.