Dance Woking is pleased to be able to offer an opportunity for you to take a class with Tavaziva Dance dancers, where they will share some movement from Boy’s Khaya on Saturday 30 October followed by networking at Boy‘s Khaya on Thursday 18 November.
Saturday 30th October – CPD Dance Workshop with Tavaziva Dance: 9.30am -11.00am at Surrey Arts Studio, Westfield Primary School, Bonsey Lane, Woking, GU22 9PR. Free Parking near school available
Thursday 18th November – Boy’s Khaya performance at Rhoda McGaw Theatre, The Ambassadors, Victoria Way, Woking GU21 6GQ with the opportunity to network pre and post performance.
Ticket for the CPD dance class and theatre trip £20.00*
Discount available for Dance Surrey PRO and Dance Surrey Directory Members
Powerfully moving and personal, BOY’S KHAYA is the latest work and account of Bawren Tavaziva’s early life in Zimbabwe told through a mesmerising combination of Contemporary, Ballet and African dance, with a music and spoken-word soundtrack. Artistic Director Bawren Tavaziva has created a deeply relevant new work that questions who we are today in this divided world. Performed by five outstanding Dancers, post-colonialism and injustice create a rich source of untold truths in BOY’S KHAYA making this extraordinary thought-provoking work a comment on what it is to be human.
More details on Tavaziva can be found here