Dikamawoko Arts for more traditional dance afternoons
Dikamawoko Arts underlined its seriousness as far as promoting arts and culture is concerned when it hosted traditional dances at Kwa Haraba in Blantyre Saturday afternoon.
The traditional dance afternoon came barely a day after Chichiri Prison Cultural Troupe also entertained people with traditional dances at HS Winehouse.
Dikamawoko Arts did their best, bringing, on board different traditional dances from the three regions of the country that excited the audience.
One of the organisers of the event, Blessings Hiwa, said as Dikamawoko Arts they would want to play a leading role in promoting the country’s culture through traditional dances.
“As Dikamawoko Arts, we do a lot ranging from theatre, traditional dances to poetry, among others. And today we thought of reminding people that our country is rich in traditional dances. This is just the beginning, we actually want to be holding these afternoons twice a month,” Hiwa said.
The dancers were energetic throughout their performances, led by Tennson.
Some people called on the dance troupes to do research so as to bring out rich traditional dances.
One of the people, who only described herself as Anne from the United Kingdom said:
“This is good. I enjoyed the afternoon. Malawi has rich traditional dances and the dancers were amazing,” she said.
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