//Kabbo Hue Qua is an Indigenous Afrikan Storyteller who weaves ancient stories with indigenous sounds bringing it to life through the poetry of spoken word exploring soundscapes in movement for remembering and healing.
About //Kabbo Hue:
//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.
You can find //Kabbo Hue on Instagram at: @hue_artivist
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