Insango Ensemble: Dance Workshop

20 Apr

Insango Ensemble: Dance Workshop

20 Apr

‘rich choral music and exuberant dance…glorious.’ – Financial Times

Mountview is very proud to be working with award-winning South African theatre company Isango Ensemble to present immersive workshops in music and dance. This is a chance to explore South African performance traditions with world-leading practitioners.

This practical dance workshop will teach you new dance skills in an alternative cultural setting, exploring expressive group dance. It is led by Isango’s creative team and accompanied by performers from SS Mendi: Dancing the Death Drill and A Man of Good Hope, the company’s productions playing in rep at the Royal Opera House this spring.

The workshops repeat in the morning and afternoon, so you can book for both to enjoy music and dance.

Free places for Southwark residents:

Half of the places on every workshop are offered FREE to Southwark residents. These can be booked by phone or in person only. You must be able to prove your eligibility by showing your Southwark Presents card.

About Isango Ensemble

Isango Ensemble is a South African theatre company that draws its artists mainly from the townships surrounding Cape Town. Their stage productions and films have played to sold-out audiences across the world, and received numerous international awards. Isango’s productions re-imagine classics from the Western theatre canon, finding a new context for the stories within a South African or township setting thereby creating inventive work relevant to the heritage of the nation.  The company’s structure embraces artists at all stages of their creative development allowing senior artists to lead and contribute towards the growth of rising talents.

Booking Info


Saturday 20 April 11am & 2pm Workshops last 2 hours

Full price £12
Concession (Under 18/Student/Over 65) £10
Southwark Resident (phone/in-person bookings only) £0

Mountview, 120 Peckham Hill Street, London SE15 5JT

To Book

020 8881 2201
Ages 16+. Participants should be prepared to move and engage in a physical workshop.