African Dancers

Drawing upon traditions of a diverse range of African dances, our African dancers celebrate love of life, communal values, and creativity in expressive and highly physical performances. Our performances incorporate grounded movements, articulate isolations and lots and lots of energy.


Dressed in traditional costumes our African dancers for hire bring a lively, free-spirited and spiritual atmosphere to your event and draw in the audience through hypnotic music, ritualistic movements, and fun and creative interaction. To create a truly authentic experience, we recommend you book our band of African drummers to accompany the performance.

After their performance, our dancers will love to get your guests up onto the dance floor and to share some of their skills in an interactive mini-workshop. No one will be left seated as they explain the moves and draw everyone in with their infectious excitement.



There are no words to describe how amazing these dancers were for my birthday party. They danced with so much energy and even told a story through dance. We loved it – they got everyone up on the dance floor and we were able to dance away! I would highly recommend – very professional and friendly and I would use them again. You simply have to experience them yourself to understand how great they are!!! Emeka N.


I booked these wonderful dancers for our 20th Anniversary on 28th May 2017. The night was exceptional, the performance was excellent, our guests haven’t stopped talking about it. A big thank you goes to the group making our event a day to remember. Thank you. Will definitely call you again. Adwoa F.


I booked African dancers for a 50th Mardi Gras theme birthday party in north Devon back in September. From start to finish this group were fantastic. The booking was really easy and we talked through everything we wanted from the evening. On the night the performers put on an amazing show. All 500 were raving about the dancers for weeks after! An epic night. This group really were the icing on the cake. Thank you to all of the dancers and drummers! Richard T.