"A tingling magic that conjures up the hot sun over vast South African plains..."

Lyndsey Winship, Evening Standard 2015

Nobody sounds quite like Ladysmith Black Mambazo. That dense and fuzzy wall of sound brings a tingling magic that conjures up the hot sun over vast South African plains. There can't be many people who would resist its charms, so it was a wise move of dancer Pietra Mello-Pittman and composer Ella Spira, aka Sisters Grimm, to seek out the much-loved vocal group as collaborators for their biggest project to date, working alongside choreographer Mark Baldwin of Rambert and a cast of British and South African dancers.

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