A couple of reviews from social media

‘Ubuntu is not only about South Africa it’s actually about all of us honouring our identities our origins our humanity and principles no matter what. Lovely show not one moment of boredom, loved every bit of it. Thank you very much for enriching our souls and brains.’ 

 

 ‘The power of "Ubuntu Letters" irresistibly swept up the multitudinous audience, myself included, and transported us vividly to the legendary land of Mandela and Tutu. The music was in turn potent, exhilarating, inspiring and moving, but always executed and sung with an intensity, panache and expertise that even professional performers would have envied. For the space of two and a half hours, "Ubuntu Letters" made me feel authentically and proudly South African - this is internationalism at its best.’

 

‘We were smiling all the evening…’

 

Images speak louder than words...

Before the show…
Before the show…
An intense moment in the play
An intense moment in the play
Uncle Sipho speaks of Miriam
Uncle Sipho speaks of Miriam
What an honour to be part of this!
What an honour to be part of this!