Mama Africa: Artists for East African Famine relief Part 2 presented by WOM@TT in association with UNICEF, Carnival Village and Colourful boasts some of London’s finest performers all giving their time for free with a line up that promises to excel!
Incandescent internationally acclaimed singer/composer and WOM@TT favourite Helen McDonald, Radio 3 and Glastonbury endorsed spoken word artist OneNess Sankara, Zimbabwean Jane Doka whose gospel infused music makes people get up and dance, Phoenix Martins, (pictured) a young Nigerian with great stage presence who works with Mark Ronson and Scottish Zambian silken voiced songwriter Namvula Rennie are joined by electric global vibes selector DJ Nimz and compere the award winning Colourful Radio presenter Rosemary Laryea.
Wangui Esther, a talented and respected Kenyan poet will pay tribute to Professor Wangari Maathai the first African woman Nobel Prizewinner who passed away earlier this year. Her Greenbelt movement environmental work and strength continues to inspire.
"We are so proud to take part in this great event with such a fantastic line up for such an important cause" is a sentiment shared by all performers! "We’re looking forward to welcoming you" they all said.
Mama Africa, a signature event of WOM@TT- world of music at The Tabernacle, with a fabulous rray of women performers celebrates African women’s creativity throughout the diaspora and is set to be a fantastic evening. WOM@TT crew sy again "Come one come all to The Tabernacle, Powis Square, London W11 2AY as all the ones come together on Friday 11/11/11" . Tickets are only £5 in advance and concessions and just £7 at the door from www.wegottickets.com and www.tabernaclew11.com. Come early, the doors are open from 7pm and showtime is between 8-10.30pm with Dj sounds til 11pm
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