Watoto Children’s Choir comes to Cricklewood with free concert
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A choir made up of children whose parents have died from either war or HIV Aids are to sing out in Cricklewood this weekend in a free concert.
The Watoto Children’s Choir are performing their Signs and Wonders production at the Cricklewood Baptist Church in Sneyd Road on Saturday at 7pm.
The Choir, who are doing a tour around the UK, is comprised of 18 children and 10 adults from Uganda.
Each child involved has suffered the loss of one or both parents and now lives in a Watoto village.
Accompanied by a team of adults, the choir presents Watoto’s vision and mission by sharing personal stories, music and dance with this production celebrating the joy of salvation.
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While on the road, the children act as advocates for the millions of other African children who have experienced the same heartbreaking pain and suffering as them.
Although the event is free of charge tickets can be booked through eventbrite at bit.ly/2pANMjY
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