Tap dancing, the War Child charity, Barcelona, ââCambridge and a motorhome come together for a special show at The Elm Tree in Cambridge this Sunday, October 17.
The live music at Orchard Street Hall takes an interesting turn with this free show from top actor and Barcelona music culture shock Kid Hyena.
The group will perform a stripped-down acoustic version of their self-proclaimed âelectro alt hopâ show that features tap dancing, body percussion and acoustic songs to sing along. The show starts at 6 p.m.
After, in their own words, “too many sofas sitting and wasting time” throughout the pandemic, husband-and-wife duo Matt Kemp and Maria Moreno from Kid Hyena bought a motorhome and decided to go. and to visit the UK to raise funds and raise awareness about the War Child Charity. Founded in 1995, War Child protects, educates and defends the rights of children affected by war.
With over 30 years of workshop facilitation experience behind them, Matt and Maria are also adding a community workshop program to their touring schedule. Aiming to reach out to people from disadvantaged backgrounds, they already have a long list of music and expression workshops to offer those that include refugees, the visually impaired and youth groups.
The group is open to requests to run workshops in the Cambridge area. Contact us if you are interested in kidhyena.com. To learn more about The Elm Tree, visit facebook.com/TheElmTreeCambridge/.
Houses found in Cambridge and southern Cambridgeshire for Afghan refugees