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Friday, September 28, 2012

 
Tanzania: Stage Set for Mama Africa Circus Show
Tanzania Daily News (Dar es Salaam)
from  all africa.com
27 September 2012
ENTERTAINMENT revelers in Dar es Salaam are expected to be treated to a month of spectacular displays as the Tigo Mama Africa Circus show opens in the city on Thursday.

Mobile phone service providing firm, Tigo, has sponsored the event, which will be staged by the multi-media entertainment company, Mancom Entertainment, in a bid to present unique performances to Dar es Salaam residents, apart from promoting domestic culture.

Mancom Entertainment Managing Director, Constantine Magavilla, said his firm was proud to stage the Tigo Mama Africa Circus show and was optimistic that the event will play a crucial role in promoting Tanzanian culture through different forms of entertainment acts.

"We are very excited about this event and we hope that people will not only leave this place feeling good, but also that their positive experience will draw more people to this show," said Magavilla. He expressed sincere regards to Tigo for its support to the event and encouragement throughout the preparation stage.
"This show is staged by Tanzanian artists...there is absolutely no one from outside the country that will perform in the event. This, therefore, will be a proof of the abundant talent that the country has as far as performing art is concerned and we hope it will contribute immensely in promotion of our culture," added Magavilla.

The event will be staged at the Mancom Entertainment Centre, located at the New World Cinema, Mwenge in the city and is expected to end on November 4, this year. According to Magavilla, the Tigo Mama Africa Circus show will comprise 18 acts of song, dance (traditional and contemporary), juggling, contortionism, balancing acts, aerial acts, pyramid acts, pole acts and several others.

Tigo Public Relations Officer, Alice Maro, expressed pride in her firm's involvement in the show and said the company felt the move was the best way to maintain better relationship with its customers. She added that entertainment lovers in Dar es Salaam will be exposed to plenty of captivating performances.

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