INALA has a dynamic social impact and schools programme. We want young people to believe that they have a place in this sector, to learn about the cast and creatives who make this happen, and to realise that the route into this industry is not a straight line, but a journey of many different beginnings, diversions and cross roads.
Earlier this year we partnered with the Prince’s Trust to offer 1,000 school students a Q&A with the cast, an in-school workshop and a seat at a performance of INALA at the Peacock Theatre in London.
Our Royal Albert Hall performance on 23 October falls in both Black History Month and on World Ballet Day. As a result the producers are offering 1,000 tickets free of charge to London communities who would not normally have the opportunity to attend a ballet or West End show. If you are interested in attending with a community group who would benefit from an opportunity like this please fill in the link below, and we will contact you if you are successful.
Please note that we do not have many tickets remaining, and as such might need to place you on a waiting list. We will do our very best to accommodate as many groups as possible.
Sisters Grimm Ltd announce their new Prince's Trust Mosaic Network Initiative Secondary School Programme. This will see 1,000 young people and their families attend a performance of INALA, participate in a pre-show experience and learn about the career opportunities within the theatre industry.
In the presence of TRH The Duke of Sussex and Prince Seeiso Bereng Seeiso, a host of musical talent rocked Hampton Court Palace, Surrey, for the Sentebale Audi Concert 2019. Watch Rita Ora, George the Poet, INALA, B Positive and Morena Leraba all take to the stage in front of an audience of 3,000 guests, including actors Tom Hardy, Rosamund Pike, Gemma Arterton and James Norton. The outstanding evening was to raise funds and awareness of Sentebale’s work supporting young people affected by HIV in southern Africa
INALA is an uplifting live show and has a track record in uniting different performance disciplines & cultures in a way that has never been achieved before. ‘INALA’ meaning ‘an abundance of goodwill’ in Zulu represents the show’s message and ability to transport the audience to a place of joy and happiness through live song and dance. We want to support a charity that has a similar outlet, and the CALM Network’s helpline and webchat gives anyone the chance to offload and talk through problems