28 Oct 2020 / 7:30pm
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Lucky Moyo | Black History Month

We are incredibly proud to be highlighting the work of Lucky Moyo this Black History Month. Lucky has been a part of our Platforma Arts network for many years, performing and collaborating as part of Festivals and participatory workshops. He is also one of the key artists in our work in the region of Kent.

Lucky will be performing a live music and storytelling set on our Facebook, reflecting on his cultural and music heritage, with stories that come across the borders. Tune in this Wednesday from 7:30pm. Lucky will be accompanied by musician Kenny Moyo.

Lucky’s artists profile is published on our Traces Project, head over there to find our more about this versatile and experienced artist.

A little more about Lucky:

Apart from being a singer and storyteller he is also a drummer, dancer  and arts facilitator working with participants of all ages but often focusing on work in schools.
Lucky has truly international experiences, having lived and worked in well over 45 countries. He’s played his music around the world in venues such as the Opera de Paris, JF Kennedy Centre in Washington DC to wide audiences including people like the late global icon Nelson Mandela and Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Lucky a passion though has always been in doing work in small rural schools, village community halls, prisons, school and immigration centres where he says the arts make a difference.

28 Oct 2020

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