Utrecht theatre alive with African magic

Last updated 2 years ago by Jon Wilkins

Theater for the little ones: Imigani y’abana

This Sunday, November 4, at 3pm an exciting event for children will be performed by multi talented artist Eliane Becks Nininahazwe who will perform her show  at Stichting Nieuwe Erven in nearby Amersfoort

The  performances cater for the little ones aged from 0-6 years at Nieuwe Erven. On six Sunday afternoons they will be opening their doors to the youngsters who will be able  to experience performances on the big stage. So, why don’t you bring along your little ones and see? It is not often that we see performances for this age group on stage, so it would be great to see as many youngsters coming as possible and taking part in the audience.

The performance by Eliane Becks Nininahazwe from Amersfoort will tell the story of a dancing Princess called Jasmine who is from Africa with her Indonongo (an African instrument).

This performance is about Rugwe de Koning and Kabeba a small mouse who meet each other in an exciting encounter and you will be able to follow their story in the audience as Eliane moves about the stage in her entertaining performance.

The audience will be encouraged to join in and we hope to see all the children clap and sing together with Eliane and her doll Toto in African songs.

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Jon Wilkins

Jon Wilkins

Jon Wilkins is Welsh and lives in England. He is a writer. A Europhile and Remainer, he is a regular visitor to Utrecht and has set his crime novel series in the city.

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