Dance to the African beat
LIVE and direct from Zimbabwe, with a stop at the Edinburgh Festival en route, acclaimed band Siyaya are about to perform at Prema arts centre in Uley on Saturday.
Siyaya celebrates the greatest African instrument – the human voice.
Their highly successful production run of Tha Tha at Edinburgh Festival this summer won them five star reviews.
Colourful, climactic and bursting at the seams with energy, Siyaya complements lively dances and liquid tones with superb percussion rhythms , sweet a-capella harmonies and physical theatre.
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Siyaya (pronounced 'see-yeye-yay) means "we are on the move," a literal description of their journeys all over the world as well as of an identity, an ethos and a heartfelt belief.
Tha Tha translates literally as "please take."
Expect a vibrant fusion of the traditional and the modern, with their acclaimed and powerful reinterpretation of traditional tales, music and dance.
It's a performance which is both irresistible and unmissable. One of Zimbabwe's leading song and dance theatre companies , they have performed extensively in Africa, Germany and the UK including three month long residencies at the Edinburgh Fringe.
They have also performed regularly at WOMAD, Glastonbury and major festivals across the globe.
Catch Siyaya performing Tha Tha at Prema Arts Centre, Uley on Saturday at 8pm. Booking is advised. Call Prema's box office on 01453 860703. Hear and watch Siyaya's performance at www.siyaya-arts.com.