//Kabbo Hue Qua

//Kabbo Hue Qua

//Kabbo Hue Qua is an Indigenous Afrikan Storyteller who weaves ancient stories with indigenous sounds and poetry exploring soundscapes through movement for remembering and healing.

//Kabbo Hue Qua is a South Afrikan, Bristol-based artivist storyteller, ceremonial drummer, berimbau player and cultural cohesion consultant based in Bristol. //Kabbo Hue was earthed on the Cape Flats in Bonteheuwel, South Afrika. He is of Indigenous Goringhaíçona, Caribbean Barbadian, Cape Malay & Huguenot heritage.

//Kabbo’s work explores the remembering of ancient stories and wisdom – tracing back the steps of lineage work and bringing that into the present day through words, stories and language. Through his cultural community events, //Kabbo explores the relevance of culture within the urban melting pot in Bristol. Passionately trusting that arts and culture can have a healing impact on individuals, communities and generations, //Kabbo runs workshops exploring the practice of storytelling, freeing your voice, sound healing and more. //Kabbo is also the founder of @the_altered_festival, a Bristol-based inclusive multicultural arts platform that embraces diverse perspectives and challenges cultural stereotypes.

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