Contemporary Dance Nights, a popular platform for dancers from East Africa returns again with another heated dimension in dance.
This event reflects DREA’s three goals, which include; to develop collaborations between dancers within East Africa, initiating and nurturing collaborations between East African and international dancers and to increase audience access to dance in East Africa by bridging the gap between undeserved dancers and affluent audiences.
This month, DANCE EAST AFRICA – contemporary dance night, which will be taking place on February 3rd 2017, at The national theater, CICP Room, in Kampala, Uganda features performances by dancers from Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda and Congo.
This event is sponsored by Dance Revolution East Africa, Alliance Frances Kampala, Gujja Ting African Art, Amizero Dance Kompagnie, Muda Africa, Nantea Dance Company, Mambya Dance Company& Mambya arts foundation and Uganda national theater.
The event is organized by Dance Revolution East Africa (DREA) on a regular basis throughout the whole year. The platform makes people from different backgrounds come together to share art and to make a positive impact on their home communities.
This event always have DREA’s open ticket policy, where you pay what you can wait for no maximum and no minimum! At the Contemporary Nights, dancers get the chance to share their art and create new opportunities to learn over national, cultural and creative borders. Since DREA is about diversity we truly believe it’s activities is a golden opportunity for artists from all walks of life to come together and bring their contribution to contemporary dance into the development of the society, whilst promoting cultural exchange through movements.
Entrance: Open ticket! Pay what you can – No minimum, No maximum.
Time: 7.00 – 9.00 pm