MOTHER AFRICA FAMILY
Lean back, close your eyes and forget about your daily routine. Welcome to Africa, welcome to “Mother Africa”,
the Circus of all Senses.
Come and join us on a stirring trip to Africa´s colorful world, get part of Africa´s attitude towards life.
Fickle coloured costumes, rousing rhythms, breathtaking acrobatics und pure joy of life – that’s ”Mother Africa”. For the 5th time the crew of ”Mother Africa” is touring in Germany and Europe now, inspiring the audience with a yearly changing program. Over one million spectators were elated so far.
36 splendid artists from all over Africa are forming the “Mother Africa” family. They all have trained and prepared with great passion and enthusiasm at the Artist´s College in Dar es Salaam in order to present a creative firework of circus art and emotions today.
But ”Mother Africa” wants more than just to entertain. Like every year we donate a part of our earnings
to Karl-Heinz Böhm´s aid for Ethiopia “Menschen für Menschen”.
"Physically compelling" - Courier Mail
".. A swirl of colour and movement that keeps its audience clapping and cheering throughout .. Mother Africa is a vibrant high-energy production .." - The Gold Coast Bulletin
"Cirque Mother Africa is an action-packed celebration of song and dance" - The Gold Coast Bulletin
"Its Cirque Du Soleil with an abundant African flavour" Australian Stage
"ambitious, one-of-a-kind, brilliantly Directed" The Independent weekly
"Sheer Versatility,Boundless Energy, infectious Warmth, high energy production" Adelaide Theatre Guide
"Pure spectacle, colourful costumes, immense physicality, powerfully rhythmic music, song, dance, cirque acts and comedy, something for everybody" Glamadelaide
"Its the Lion king on steroids" Dominion Post,NZ
"Just seen mother Africa tonight at grimsby auditorium, absolutely brilliant! The singing, the dancing, the performers - all pure magical. Enjoyed every minute and could have sat through it all again. Thank you so much for a wonderful evening." Anne Martin
We really enjoyed the show at Victoria Hall, Stoke-on-Trent. It had just about everything - it was brilliant!
It was a terrible shame that the audience was so small..." Andrew Fisher.