Saturday, February 26, 2005


The new generation of African refugees are talented young men and women who are taking Australia by storm. And the 2000-strong Sudanese community in South Australia is putting up a show; making its presence felt, in more ways than one. About 240 performers from 13 different Sudanese tribal groups, including the Dinkas and the Acholis, will perform at the Festival Theatre tonight. The show will feature well-groomed male and female Sudanese dancers, colourful costumes, tribal songs and dance, and the mesmerizing drum rhythms of the Sudan.
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