Tusole Cultural Theatre treats Riverside pupils

TUSOLE Cultural Theatre performing in Kazungula last Saturday. PICTURE: SHIKANDA KAWANGA

RIVERSIDE Secondary School pupils of Kazungula were last Saturday treated to a theatre and cultural show by the Livingstone-based Tusole Cultural Theatre during an education sensitisation programme.

It was a rare show for the pupils, who clearly enjoyed the entertainment by the cultural group which showcased a lot of cultural dances.
The group first showcased some common dances from various parts of the country but later added creativity to their performance by showcasing a combination of local and international dance moves in one song.
Some of the pupils who are cultural lovers were given a feel of the traditional dances and songs while others could still relate to them.
One of the pupils, Isaac Zulu said watching Tusole Cultural Theatre helped him in appreciating the country’s rich cultural heritage.
Meanwhile, for diverse gospel music lovers, Tabernacle of Glory (TOG) Ministries International was a place to be last week Friday where some of the most happening church choirs and praise teams in Livingstone converged for a concert.
The musical event, which was dubbed the “Glorious Musical Concert,” was pegged at K15 for ordinary seats, K25 for VIP and K50 for VVIP to give the Christians a choice of the treatment they wanted.
Some of the groups that performed are Tabernacle of Glory Praise Team, True Vine Praise Team, Divine Fire Cathedral Praise Team, Flames of Fire Ministries, Sword of the Spirit and the SDA Hebrew Boys.
Impressively, the concert started at 20:00 hours and went on until 06: 00 hours the following morning with the majority of the audience members managing to stay on throughout its duration.
The audience was treated to various copyright songs that are common in most churches but more flavour was added to the event by the appearance of the church group from the Seventh Day Adventist who showcased their unmatched a cappella skills.
The night was not all about song, prayer and dance as the poetry element was also added to the concert.

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