Suubi Fusion Troupe

As a part of our Diversity Unit, HPDS welcomes the Suubi Fusion Troupe from Uganda, who are students at Cambridge Secondary School, travel to North America each year to share their culture and perspectives through African music, dance and storytelling. While the troupe typically performs for larger audiences in auditoriums, cultural centres and schools, the Suubi dancers and musicians will be performing an intimate show for our HPDS community, giving our students a unique opportunity to connect with the performers. After the show, HPDS will be hosting the Suubi Troupe at our school for lunch, and to share with them some of our daily experiences in school, and our social and cultural perspectives.

We would like to invite members of our HPDS community and our neighbourhood communities to join us for this special performance. All are welcome!

The performance will take place in the gymnasium at St. Paul's Anglican Church at 404 Willard Avenue. 

Please RSVP if you can make it.  

The Suubi Troupe is touring to raise much needed funds so that their special school can continue to provide hope and opportunity to Ugandan children through education and performance arts.  We are suggesting a donation of $20, but invite you to give what you can.

If you cannot make it to our performance, the Suubi Troupe would like us to extend the invitation to the main event/performance of the tour taking place on Saturday, April 15th at Daniels Spectrum.

We hope you can join us for this entertaining performance.  It will be an excellent opportunity to experience culture, listen to and learn from different perspectives and help a good cause!