By Harriet Ernstsons Tuesday 12 March 2013 Updated: 12/03 11:14
AN EXHILARATING showcase of storytelling, dance and music is on offer as a South African group return to Redditch.
Zulu is described as a theatre company, band, dance troupe and group of storytellers rolled in to one. They have performed around the world for royalty and Government officials including the Queen, Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu.
Their show will start at 7.30pm on Saturday at the HDA Sports and Social Club in Batchley.
Paul Woolcock, community development manager at Batchley Support Group, said: "This is an exciting venture for the team of volunteers and people that we work with in Batchley.
"As well as our support services, we're bringing to the community a social event unlike anything they'll have seen before. It should be a good night out."
Tickets costing £7 (children, senior citizens and those on benefits £5, family of four £20) are available from Batchley Support Group on 01527 457291, the HDA on 01527 62820 or Batchley Community Café on 01527 596655.
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