Culture Fest 2011: Cambridge ACS Variety Showcase

Sat 5th Nov 2011


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Cambridge University African Caribbean Society


Culture Fest 2011, is the second annual, cultural showcase organised by Cambridge University African Caribbean Society (CUACS) to raise cultural awareness in Cambridge as well as recognition of our society, the talents of our members and appreciate our cultural heritage.

Culture Fest is a night of singing, dancing, poetry and community in Cambridge and is set to be a huge success following last year.

Tickets are £10 in advance and on the door and ACS committees can contact for group deals.

You can also reserve your ticket by tweeting us @Cambridge_ACS or going on our website

THEME: Celebrating the Beauty & Elegance of a Culture

This year’s performance will focus on a youth culture in order to showcase it at its best and challenge the negative portrayals in the media concerning this group, as well as this summer’s riots. We aim to show young people’s ability to inspire one another through music and poetry and to display the vitality and beauty of this group.


Headliners Include:

* Angel; an up and coming rnb singer who is signed to the same label as Jessie J),

* T boy a comedian and afrobeats artist that has gained over 1million hits on YouTube and

* Indigo Williams a dynamic poet who writes about controversial issues concerning young people.

We will also have a host of acts from our university including Churchill Jazz Band, Cambridge Steel Band and George the Poet.

Admission: £10

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