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“Through it all” Is a story of Triumph!
It explores everything that comes with being a first generation immigrant, fighting to pursue a career that is outside the norm of her culture. Converting your passion into a career, Being a trailblazer in a field that doesn't exist yet. A story of hope!

24th MAY




Start time: 5.45PM
Estimate Duration: 45 mins (Max 1hr)


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"Eddie Manu is a dance artist from London who focuses mainly on modern and traditional forms of African dance. With roots from Ghana, he grew up immersed in the rich and diverse culture of his motherland, mostly played out at home and during social gatherings such as weddings, christenings and funerals. He was exposed to many different dance forms growing up but started to develop a solid dance foundation with traditional west African dance in 2014. He has since branched out into the increasingly popular dance styles associated with Afrobeats music, as well as inferences from commercial and street dance styles. His dance language is a totem of all the above with lots of energetic, graceful and explosive movements. Some of his credits include; dancing in music videos for Davido, Kuami Eugene, and Mr Eazi, choreographing for Wizkids sold out 2018 Afrorepublik concert in London and dancing for AdekunleGold’s 2022 ‘Catch Me If You Can’ tour also in London.


Edward Amoateng-manu Boakye

Vaneza Salgado

Vaneza Salgado began her dance journey in jazz in her early years. Raised in Germany with heritage from Sri Lanka and Portugal, Vaneza found her passion for dance at a young age. It became her ambition to connect with people through the art of dance. Having explored different dance genres, Vaneza found her true expression through Afrofusion and commercial styles. Always ready to perform and take the stage, her dance credits include artists such as Asake, Rita Ora, Joy Crookes, AfroB, Tesher, Tasha Ta, and Mumzy Stranger, as well as performances for Coca-Cola and on platforms such as the O2 Arena, The Late Late Show, and the BBC Asian Network. She aims to continue connecting with people through dance and workshops and paying her craft in dance forward.

"Arben Giga, a dynamic force in dance, tells stories through movement. Since 2001, he's mastered HipHop, House, and Break Dance, infusing each step with the soul of Afrobeats and the other styles that he embraced in his dance journey. From Italy to London, Arben's journey is a symphony of passion. As the Creative Director of ""Not Just Hip Hop,"" a vibrant dance class and community, he brings creativity to life. His artistry shines in collaborations with Rotimi and performances at Wembley Arena. Arben's magic resonates working with brands like Coca-Cola, Nike, and Puma, dancing with Mika and Kylie Minogue, choreographing and directing for renowned artists. In every movement, his spirit reminds us—dance is the heart behind the steps. Arben Giga isn't just a dancer; he's an artist, painting emotions with every graceful motion.

Arben Giga

Aisha K. Ahumah

Aïsha K is a professional dancer and choreographer from London. She has worked on several live shows such as the Brit & MOBO Awards danced and/ or choreographed for artists like Burna Boy, Stefflon Don, Rema, Olamide & Stormy to name a few. Her artistic influence also extends to commercial campaigns with renowned brands like Nike, G-Star and Beats by Dre. Committed to nurturing the global afro dance community, Aisha has taught workshops across the UK, Europe and North America, sharing her knowledge in various modern African Street dance styles and her expertise in performance technique.

Elsa Roy Gupta

Samuel Kwasi

"Samuel D Ababio Hinson (27), also know as Sammy Vimz (British Born Ghanaian). Dance Artist, Choreographer creative director and Influencer, Sammy opens a unique door style in modern African dances like Azonto & Afrofusion which he creatively blends using a range of different elements.

Fun fact:
Sammy plays drums and also a talented fine artist.

His creativity knows no bounds! 🌍🔥💃

Elsa Roy Gupta is a highly respected artist known for her visionary approach and deep cultural roots in dance. With a Bachelor's degree in Dance from the University of Roehampton, Elsa, who hails from India, now calls London home, where she continues to thrive in her artistic pursuits. She is currently a core member of an esteemed dance company, AFROQUEENS, based in the UK. Elsa possesses a diverse repertoire, encompassing Modern African dance styles, Contemporary technique, Bollywood, Semi-Classical, Hip-Hop, & more. As an accomplished choreographer, she seamlessly transitions between teaching and performing, drawing on her rich expertise in creativity, cultural interpretation, movement direction, and stage presence. She has worked for multiple artists and brands like Joeboy, Fuse ODG, A-Star Papermaker, Nike, Adidas, etc.

In addition to her remarkable achievements, Elsa hosts her own dance event, ""Bring into Being - We Dey Inside India,"" dedicated to fostering collaboration and exploring the roots of African dance, music, and beyond. She extends her influence by teaching at Higher Educational Universities, Dance schools, Companies, and conducting workshops both nationally and internationally.

Ryan Josiah found his gift from an early age. He has always been passionate about dancing. His first stage performance was at 3yrs old. Ryan begun his dance journey watching his family dance. He then went on to do traditional African Dance whiles his family would play the Djembe drums. This helped Ryan gain performance experience. As time went on, his love for dance grew and he gradually developed an interest for different dance styles such as Hip Hop, Contemporary & Commercial. Ryan became obsessed with dance and it became his safe place & therapy.

In 2011, Ryan was able to have take his dance career to the next level. He was awarded a scholarship to train professionally at The Urdang Academy, where he developed his skills and learned about the dance industry. He graduated in 2014.

Ryan has travelled all over the world, he has worked and choreographed for various popular musicians. He toured a West End musical and has made appearances on several TV shows. In 2019 Ryan choreographed for the ITV show “Don’t Hate The Playaz”, Ryan was also an assistant choreographer on the BBC TV show strictly come dancing. In 2022, Ryan taught at a prison to Inmates and officers. He also spoke to the inmate and gave words of encouragement, he says this experience was overwhelming and insightful. He was also seen dancing on One Spectrum News (USA).

Ryan believes he can continue making an impact and changing peoples lives. Through experience he has learned that dance and humanity can help you can overcome adversity. Ryan Josiah hopes to continue shining his light and blessing people with his Gifts.

Ryan Josiah

Beth Pearcey

Keeping it short and sweet . Pls edit or make it sound better if necessary

Beth Pearcey is a British professional dancer from who has worked internationally and specialises in a variety of styles. she has worked with davido, Yemi Alade, Oti Mabuse, Ella Eyre , Mr Eazi and more.
She has also performed numerous live TV performances such as: Dancing On Ice, Ant & Decs Saturday Night Takaeaway, The Greatest Dancer. As well as social media campaigns and music videos. Beth has also recently been assisting Sherrie Silver with a number of averts for Tv/social Media.

Beth is passionate about giving back and has set up her own foundation raising money through fundraiser dance workshops to support healthcare, construction, water supply & education in Ghana

Dk Fashola

Steven Medlin

Phyllys Egharevba


Wander van Wendel de Joode

Kerenza Mallon


Elliot Eli.P’ Popeau-George


Dela Ruth Hini

Creative Associate


Stage manager

Sound Technician

Contributing writer

Set designer

Music Producer

Lighting Designer

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