Music Workshop with Heritage Survival Band from Zimbabwe

Jack Drum Arts are proud to be hosting a FREE one-day music workshop for children, young people and adults with the brilliant Heritage Survival Band from Zimbabwe.

Date – Saturday 28th February
Time – 10.30am until 3.30pm
Venue – St Cuthbert’s Centre, Church Hill, Crook, DL15 9DN

To book a place or request further information please tel 01388 765002 or email

Zee Guveya and the Heritage Surival Band are a group of exceptionally talented musicians from Zimbabwe hailing from the country’s capital Harare.  Their particular style of Afro-fusion draws on modern influences whilst upholding familiar traditional rhythms.  The band offers their audiences a compelling, insistent dance beat which weaves together hypnotic up-beat Zimbabwean music with the occasional reggae thrown in for good measure!

The one-day workshop will include an introduction to the cultural history of Zimbabwe, introduction to Djembe Drumming and Mbira Thumb piano playing as well as dance for those who are interested.

Check them out on You Tube here:

After the workshop you may want to head up to Frosterley Village Hall to see them perform.  Tickets are available at Highlights by calling 01388 526391 or visit the website at

This is a free workshop delivered as part of our Adult and Community Learning Programme