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"IJ'UWA" Our journey through life.

"IJ'UWA" was developed to tell the story about African life before, during and after the slave trade. It is showing for the second time through popular demand for its return. It was ADANTA's contribution to the commemoration of the bi-centenary of slave trade by Sunny Nwachukwu, the Dancer, Choreographer and Director of African Dance and Theatre Training Ltd.

"IJ'UWA" is showing 10th December 2011
Venue: Watford Multicultural Community Centre
70 Durban Road West
Watford, WD18 7DS
Time: 6pm
Food will be available on sale.

Special guest Artist: Xfactor and Britain's Got Talent Rapping Pensioner Dr Joy Philippou will be performing.
Ticket: 10.00 if purchased before and 15.00 at the door.

A list of special guests who have confirmed attendance will be published soon.

IJ'UWA is a low budget production that is aimed at raising funds and awareness for two major production which is planned for the 2012 Olympic period. These will be showcased in main stream theatres near you. These productions include; " AMAIZING FEET" and The SPIRIT OF IYANGA (SWAGA). ADANTA will be joined in these future productions by visiting Artists from Nigeria, Ghana and South Africa.

We welcome financial contribution, donation and other forms of support in order to enable us cover our expenses.

To secure your ticket, please contact us on adantadanceinfo@gmail.com or telephone Rose 07903894651, Sunny 07940561355, Uche 07853100964 or Josephine 0794350090. Tickets are limited , so HURRY!




Adanta develop multi-faceted activities that are geared towards engaging young people in schools and the wider community, with the aim of inspiring them to stay off the streets and out of mischief. We encourage peer-mentoring among children and young people through their work and thereby help to create a youth culture built on responsibility and respect of positive social values.

We aim to promote social inclusion through multifaceted African performing arts activities that are accessible to all even as our mission is to raise the profile of African performing arts through training and development of new and existing talent and by creating and delivering innovative, cross cultural performances that fuse musical genre. Below are some of the events we had in the past:

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