Zulu Warriors Set To Conquer Birmingham!

Zulu Warriors Set To Conquer Birmingham!

The organisers of the Rootsville Festival are delighted to announce that the internationally acclaimed Young Zulu Warriors will be special guests of the Festival in Birmingham on June 30.

The Young Zulu Warriors will be performing for free in the afternoon before officially opening the evening’s entertainment at 7.30pm.

The Young Zulu Warriors are a remarkable group of 18 boys and 10 girls, all teenagers, from Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa, who have been raised by God’s Golden Acre, a charity that cares for orphaned children and young people abandoned as a result of HIV/AIDS and violence.
Following last year’s sensational sell-out tour of Europe, the young Zulu performers are returning to the UK for the first time in five years to present Thula Siswe, an AIDS-themed musical written by GGA founder Heather Reynolds.
Jude Law will launch the month-long tour at a special reception at South Africa House on Friday June 29.
The following day, the 28 strong cast will make an exclusive appearance at the Rootsville Festival, thrilling audiences with breathtaking Zulu tribal dancing, thundering drumming and blood-stirring songs drawn from their celebrated Saturday night concerts in Natal, all performed in full traditional regalia.

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Venue: Custard Factory, Gibb Street, Digbeth, Birmingham,
Venue Address: Gibb Street, Digbeth, Birmingham,
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