The courses will run for 8 weeks, with a week off over the May/June half term. We will be focusing on a rhythm and dance from Guinea, West Africa. There will also be a couple of exciting opportunities (optional) to share what you learn on the course at the Exeter Respect Festival and more public events tbc.
"Thankyou so much - my heart is on fire - I can't express in words how the work touched and moved me. Thankyou to the moon and back!"
Dance workshop participant, 2014
What else are we up to in the coming months?
Shumba Arts Drum Circle at the Buzzy Bug Ball
Saturday 11th May - Totnes Civic Hall
Hosted by Pollen Tribe - We will kick the evening off at 6 pm with a family drum circle, before the sound system vibration comes alive! Book here
Shumba Arts at Exeter Respect festival
Saturday the 8th June - 2.15 pm - Main Stage - Belmont Park Exeter
Shumba Arts Drum Circle at The Rum, Drums and Reggae Festival
Sunday 9th June - Mount Edgecumbe House - Near Plymouth
Shumba Arts Drum and Dance workshop at Tropical Pressure Festival
Saturday 13th July - Mount Pleasant Eco Park - Cornwall