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March 3, 2018 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
  • Music
  • Storytelling
  • Young Essex

Traditional Stories From Africa

Efua Sey Korbi


Firstsite, Lewis Gardens, High Street
Colchester, CO1 1JH
Drop-in (no booking required)

Listen to traditional African Stories by Efua Sey Korbi through a magical journey of music and dance, stories that have been passed down from generation to generation. A fun and interactive storytelling session for all ages. Efua Sey Korbi runs the Efua Sey Cultural Academy in Harlow and has a great passion for traditional African Folklore from Djembe drumming to traditional arts and crafts.


Organised by Essex Cultural Diversity Project, supported by African Families in the UK (AFiUK)

This event is part of Essex Book Festival’s PLACE weekend in Colchester. Click here for a list of events taking place as part of the hub.




All Essex Book Festival YOUNG ESSEX events are Children’s University Learning Destinations – bring your Passport to Learning, get it stamped and enjoy your learning journey!

Essex Book Festival is partnering up once again with Essex Children’s University, which provides 5-14 year olds with exciting learning experiences outside school. Issued with a Passport to Learning, CU Learners collect stamps, working towards a special Graduation Ceremony. For more info and how to get a Passport to Learning, visit essexchildrensuniversity.co.uk



Lewis Gardens, High Street
Colchester, CO1 1JH

Hearing Loop: Firstsite does not have a hearing loop system in this room.

Essex Book Festival has a mobile Roger Pen hearing loop system, which needs to be booked by individuals in advance at least five days before the event. If you would like to use the Roger Pen email [email protected]