March 31, 2018

Our Star Performers

Our star-studded programme takes you on a journey round the Commonwealth.

The following stars form the back drop to real-life stories about our girls, read by Sue MacGregor CBE and Danielle Jones Smith, CGEF Administrative Secretary.

 

Accompanying the sparkling wine reception, music from the Commonwealth Youth Orchestra

Web: www.commonwealth-music.net

 

From the Pacific, the Ngāti Rānana London Maori Club

Instagram: ngatiranana

Twitter: @NgatiRanana

Facebook: @ngatiranan

 

From the Caribbean, the award winning Sunshine & Nadiva

Web:          www.sunshinenadiva.com  

Instagram: @sunshinenadiva/

Facebook:  @sunshinenadiva                   

Twitter:     @sunshinenadiva

Youtube:     Sunshine & Nadiva 

Snapchat:   sunshinenadiva

 

From Asia, NACH365

“Nach365 is a dance group celebrating different forms of Indian dance. We believe dance is limitless – it is how we choose to express ourselves. Dance – all day – everyday.”

Instagram:   @nach365_official

Facebook:    NACH365

Twitter:       @nach365

 

From Africa, Sarah Ikumu – ITV’s 2017 Britain’s Got Talent golden buzzer act,

http://sarahikumuuk.com

Facebook:   https://www.facebook.com/Sarahikumumusic/?ref=br_rs 

Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/sarahikumu/?hl=en

 

From the UK, students from London’s world famous Pineapple Performing Arts School who will finish off the evening with high-octane performances for the Grand Finale.

www.pineapplearts.com

Facebook: @ PineapplePerformingArts 

Twitter: @pineapplearts