<div class="ExternalClassE9FBA3DE5B7E47C19B6BD3B1C7B1F014"><p>​</p><div class="ExternalClass3D1D4627EF6C4F44BDFEE015EBA3DE8A"><p><strong>Name of event: </strong>Heal the Hood<br><strong>Date: </strong>Sunday 3rd November 2013<br> Cape Town's champion break dancers, Heal the Hood, will showcase their break dancing skills. Led by Emil YX, the performance will include Black Noise, Immortal Style and Objects in Motion.  </p><p><strong>Name of event: </strong>Que Pasa<br><strong>Date: </strong>Sunday 10th November 2013<br> An exciting presentation of salsa dance from one of Cape Town's leading Latin dance clubs. Que Pasa will present a 20-minute exhibition by the group's finest dancers, followed by an interactive 40-minute salsa class with members of the audience. This is your chance to get up and dance!</p><p><strong>Name of event: </strong> Waterfront Theatre Company <br><strong>Date: </strong>Sunday 17th November 2013</p><p>"Dance Me A Song" – a Waterfront Theatre Company musical compilation will show the diversity of genre and style taught at the Waterfront Theatre School. Known as the 'fame' school for the performing arts, the Waterfront Theatre School offers dance, drama and musical theatre. This compilation showcases the diverse work of our choreographers at the college.</p><p><strong>Name of event: </strong>Likhwezi Arts Project<br><strong>Date: </strong>Sunday 24<sup>th</sup> November 2013<br> Established by Pamela Mtati, Likhwzi (meaning "<em>morning song</em>") is a professional, self-sustaining dance and arts project operating in Gugulethu, Nyanga and Khayelitsha. The group will perform song and dance from a variety of South African cultures accompanied by marimbas, drums and percussion.</p><p>​</p></div></div><img alt="" height="293" src="/sites/waterfrontcontent/Event%20Images/CelebrationOD_OOA_A.jpg?Width=393&Height=293" width="393" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />2013-10-31T22:00:00Z

 

 

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