Mwalimu Express Xmas Party! live LONDON ZULU 18 /12 16

Published on December 11th, 2016

  Sunday December 18th from 2.00pm to 5:30pm
@ Rich Mix 35-47 Bethnal Green Road, London E1 6LA 

mwalimu express

Its full on It’s a festive fun at Mwalimu Express this Yuletide. Yes Santa’s come early. But he left proper good presents so on the 18th Transglobal Underground  (TGU) presents LONDON ZULU and on  screen the hip hop dance mayhem of MARTHA AND NIKI


Live and Direct: the incredible  London Zulu featuring her funky highness Ingrid Webster  and the Transglobal Underground collective.

TGU the godfathers of boundary crossing global beats continue to mesmerise on their ethno techno mission funking up all corners of the globe. London Zulu came into being during the TGU incarnation that featured the late great London based Zulu vocalist, dancer and musician Doreen Webster Thobekile. When Doreen arrived as a refugee from the apartheid regime, she had her daughter Ingrid Webster with her. Ingrid grew up to work as a vocalist with Soul II Soul, Aswad, Angelique Kidjo, Neneh Cherry and many others, as well as dancing and acting in ‘Ipi Tombi’ and ‘Black Heroes in the Hall of Fame.’
After ‘London Zulu’ was released  young Ingrid went on the road with the Transglobal collective. Since Doreen’s untimely passing, the same team have continued to celebrate Doreen’s work, keeping a London beat

but always true to the music’s African roots.


ON SCREEN: Screen Station’s Prof Andy Jones has a very special treat as he conjures up another first – half a film! So we’ll be screening a dance-along opening 40 minutes of the delectable Martha & Niki – the world’s first ever female World Champions in Hip Hop Dance. We know you’re going to love it so much you’ll just HAVE to find the rest of the film as soon as you get home…

Martha & Niki – a film by Tora Mkandawire Mårtens

trailer here

Always FREE. Always WILL BE…
Come on down and spend some time with:
resident DJs Max Reinhardt & Rita Ray on tunes films with  Screen Station
Dance sessions for young and younger with Lucy Angell John
Seth from the Oware Society and the junior pebble demons with Oware board games
Uncle Dom’s famous ultra collectable CD & DVD stall – fingers crossed
Open The Gate African Market stalls and Kunle’s African Street Food fresh from the pot

Festive Vibes to the Mwalimu Tribes!!!


NB NB Sunday 24th January 2017
Yes the first outing in the 2017 is on the 4th Sunday of the month of January
Times  2.00 till 5.30pm


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