Get ready for an evening of dance that will be uplifting, inspiring and life changing.
The African Children’s Choir will be dancing their way to Woodley on Thursday, March 27 – and they hope you’ll come and see them in action.
Comprising children aged seven to 12, the talented youngsters come from all over the African continent including Uganda, Southern Sudan and Rwanda.
The choir have performed since 1984 and have appeared on The One Show as well as touring extensively across the UK, America and Europe.
Now they’re coming to Woodley, and promise a fun and challenging night out.
Every performance helps raise funds to provide children in Africa with education and change the future of a generation. Projects include Music For Life Centres for children orphaned by Aids, or have parents that can no longer look after them.
Community Primary Schools and Teacher Training Colleges ensure that children can receive the benefits of a good education whole 12 Million Orphans is an education campaign that lobbies and cares for some of the 12 million orphans who live in the sub-Saharan region of Africa.
The concert takes place at Woodley Baptist Church on Thursday, March 27, from 7pm.
Entry is £5 for adults and £3 for children. A collection for the African Children’s Choir will also be held.
Tickets can be bought from Woodley Baptist Church or on the door.