By popular demand from fans of Ghana’s biggest Dance School, DWP Academy, Made in Ghana UK Festival 2022 is making it possible for dance lovers in the UK to experience and learn directly from some of Africa’s best in the field from April 6-16, 2022.
With branches and reps in Accra, Kumasi, China, and the U.S.A, DWP Academy, undoubtedly the biggest dance school in Ghana, will provide both African and contemporary dance tutorials for young people in the UK.
According to the organisers, this collaboration is aimed at promoting positive social values and behaviours whiles creating experiences and participation of young people in the dance and music industry.
Renowned Dance coaches and choreographers from Dance with a Purpose (DWP) Academy are teaming up with the Made in Ghana UK Festival to host dance master classes in Manchester at Elliott Campion Studios on 2nd April; in Birmingham on 9th April at DanceXchange; and in London on 16th April at The Factory Dance Centre.
“It’s been long time coming. We have created some of the biggest dance moves and dance music such as Adonko, Agbelemi, Sho and GUDA. Dances that have gone global and viral and this is the right time to touch base with our fans in the UK who have been yearning for our master class to learn directly from the very best,” explains Enoch Nylander, Dancer and Publicist for DWP Academy.
“We appreciate Made in Ghana UK festival’s effort to make this collaboration possibly,” Enoch added.
While in the UK, the team is scheduled to visit a number of colleges in the selected cities for similar workshops to share in the African dance experience with talent in the UK.
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Made in Ghana UK Festival 2022 is scheduled for East WinterGarden in London on 25th and 26th June 2022.
The two-day festival seeks to be the preferred reference-point for Ghana’s biggest players in trade, culture, creative arts and tourism. It is organized by Made In Ghana UK Ltd (London), Made in Ghana Consulting Ltd (Accra), and the Ghana High Commission, London; in partnership with Seventh Street Multimedia; Ministry of Tourism, Arts & Culture, Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Regional Integration, Ministry of Trade & Industries, Ghana Export Promotions Authority (GEPA) and Association of Ghana Industries (AGI).
Other partners include, Showbiz Africa, Access Media, OK Music, EIB Network, National Commission on Culture (NCC), Ghana Post, Zionfelix.com, Afriscot Media, Musicians Union of Ghana, Laboro GH, The Beat London, Yanga TV and Rok TV.
According to the Director of Communications, Mrs. Afua Hagan (@afuathescot): “the festival seeks to amplify, promote and enhance Ghana’s trade; culture, tourism and the best of Ghanaian talent”.