A celebration of music and narratives from the African diaspora, shining a light on transatlantic relationships between Scotland and North America from across the centuries.
A glorious exploration of musical theatre weaving song, spoken word and piano together across centuries and continents, celebrating the African diaspora's quest for artistic, intellectual and social freedom. Touching upon the transatlantic journeys of people and ideas between Scotland and the American continent, tracing the threads of power, resistance, migration and emancipation in story and song.
Created by award-winning artists, singer Andrea Baker, composer and pianist Howard Moody and directed by John Paul McGroarty, this show will transport, uplift and enlighten audiences. A new show in Andrea Baker's Sing Sistah Sing! Series, being performed as part of Scotland’s Year of Stories.
19-20 August (7pm)
23, 24, 25, 26 August (3pm)