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Kanda Bongo Man stars at AfriKàBa

Kando Bongoman, a major name in African music, is the star of this year’s AfriKàBa, the festival of African and Caribbean heritage, arts and culture, this coming weekend. An evening of film is also included. Gwyneth Wint explains what waits in store.

Posted 16:13 Wednesday, Sep 25, 2019 In: Festivals Tags: Afrikaba Gwyneth Wint HKBFiNN Kanda Bongo Man Nine Nights Veronica McKenzie Waiting

Music, food and film at AfriKaba festival

The AfriKaba festival kicks off this Saturday, 29th, with an afternoon of family entertainment and a free evening concert on the Stade. The festival continues the following weekend with a series of films and music at the Electric Palace cinema. Nick Terdre reports.

Posted 18:45 Wednesday, Sep 26, 2018 In: Arts News Tags: Afrikaba Dende Emmanuel McDonald Gertrude Kaaya Gwyneth Wint Juliet Russell Musa Mboob Vocal Explosion Xam Xam

Dance, film and music at AfriKàBa festival

Hastings is host to a series of events celebrating African and Caribbean heritage, arts and culture through dance, film and music. The AfriKàBa festival commences on 3 October in conjunction with Black History Month. Zoya Mathison reports.

Posted 08:41 Tuesday, Sep 29, 2015 In: Music & Sound Tags: Africa Afrikaba dance Dear White People Electric Palace cinema Hastings Film Gwyneth Glyn Hastings Museum and Art Gallery Seckou Keita Sonpikkante the Stade Zoya Mathison

Kasai Masai: African beats by the sea

When Congolese band Kasai Masai performed on the Stade as part of the AfriKàBa festival, Jennifer Kennedy was there watching and listening.

Posted 18:28 Sunday, Oct 13, 2013 In: Music & Sound Tags: Afrikaba djembe Jennifer Kennedy Nickens Nkoso Soukous

Afrikàba

The Festival of African and Caribbean Art is now in its fourth year in Hastings. It overlaps with the higher-profile Coastal Currents festival, which is devoted to the visual arts, so tends to get overlooked, writes Antony Mair.

Posted 14:58 Sunday, Sep 29, 2013 In: Performance Tags: Afrikaba Akila Richards antony Mair postcard from hastings Sona Jobarteh
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