To celebrate International Women’s Day 2018, Katumba will be smashing the stage with a mass of women drummers this Friday.
Kicking off the Nasty Women Exhibition, Katumba drummers will join a plethora of international artists at Constellations, Liverpool:
“Nasty Women is a global art movement that serves to demonstrate solidarity among people who identify with being a Nasty Woman in the face of threats to roll back women’s rights.
This is a time to stand up and to speak out against intolerance in all its forms. International artists are coming together in Liverpool to promote powerful, and positive female identities.
A performance from Katumba will start the evening off with a bang.”
Through performances and workshops, Katumba consistantly champions gender equality and women’s rights:
“We are proud to have over 60 talented women drummers in the community band, and we are always welcoming more! We are really excited to be performing for International Women’s Day; Nasty Women is a powerful and hugely important movement to women worldwide, and we can’t wait to show our support through our energetic and empowering drumming.”
Performance include poetry and live music from Hannah’s Little Sister, Jessica Ray and ANNA.