Ubuntu: sharing South Africa

Friday 20 January 2017,18.00
Clore Centre for Education
Free, booking required

‘Ubuntu’ is a phrase widely used in southern Africa, meaning the ‘universal bond of sharing that connects all humanity’.Come and celebrate the enduring soul of South Africa, and the shared connections its history inspires, through an evening of music, performance and workshops. Grab a drink at the bar, enjoy themed food, and discover more about contemporary South African culture.In collaboration with the South African High Commission.


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Ubuntu: sharing South Africa

Friday 20 January 2017

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