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Africa Jambalaya 26 January, 2013

DAMWIN MEDIA IN CONJUNCTION WITH MUSICNEST RADIO PRESENTS AFRICA JAMBALAYA – THE AFROBEATS FAIRYTALE


Introducing a ‘once in a lifetime opportunity’ to see Desmond Elliot perform in a theatre for one night only. This is a MUST SEE musical show which features a historical special theatre musical performance; this is The African Jambalaya.
As King Diamond (Desmond Elliot) strikes up a deal with ‘Oba toh badt’ (Adot Comedian) to save his daughter from her wicked ways, we get to experience history as it’s made as we come out to see the first ever Afrobeats Theatrical Musical. 

About Damwin Media

Two young graduates from Brunel University have formed an alliance by creating a company called Damwin Media to create an Afro-beats theatre production called ‘African Jambalaya’ (An Afrobeats fairytale) The company has collaborated with different organisation like ‘Imperial Dynasty’ and ‘Smart Promo/SIP’ and worked on projects like Africa Unplugged amongst others.
On this project they have collaborated with a modern theatre group ‘Silhouettez in the Dark’ to create the first ever Afro-beats fairytale in theatres in order to highlight upcoming talent to the world.

 
The event will be held on January 26, 2013 at SYNC LONDON – 361 High Street Stratford, London, E15 4OZ. The evening promises to be a mix of diverse African culture with entertainment variety consisting of dance, music, poetry and drama among others.
Multi award winning ‘Wande Coal’, Nigerian actor and Director ‘Desmond Elliot’, alongside with the YouTube sensation ‘Adot Comedian’, ‘African boy’ and new comer ‘June Ubi’ are just a few names that will be taking part in this production.

FOR TICKET BOOKINGS: Contact ‘Ticketmania’ on 0208 555 0044
                                             www.ticketmania.co.uk
Each tickets costs £25 but early bird tickets are £20

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