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Soweto Entsha (Udderbelly’s Pasture)

By | Published on Sunday 28 August 2011

A sound sensation! Soweto Entsha are unique as well as dazzling, bringing with them magic all the way from Africa. All four voices are equally powerful, warm-hearted, suave and perfectly harmonious with one another. Instantaneously and continuously, their talent overspills from the stage, making the little hairs on the back of your neck stand up and pay close attention. They showcase traditional and spiritual African songs in addition to some western tunes, but with their infectious beats and tantalising tunes, it doesn’t really matter what language they resonate in. Forgetting the mushier moments, the entire package of stylish bullet-grey suits, overwhelming stage presence, singing, dancing, spiritual healing and small comedic sketches is simply exquisite.

Udderbelly’s Pasture, 3 – 29 Aug, 4.30pm (5.30pm), £9.50 – £14.50, fpp220.
tw rating 5/5