INALA is a fiesta, a fusion of multicultural rhythm, sound and movement, alongside musicians with skylark voices that sing from the rafters.

    Rachel Nouchi, British Theatre Guide 2019

    First, there are the exuberant vocals from Grammy winners Soweto Gospel Choir, with music by collaborators Ladysmith Black Mambazo and composer Ella Spira. The Choir exudes a strong sense of place from the inflections of sounds to movement, backed by a simple stage design of boxes and suitcases, bathed in a warm African peachy lighting. Not only are the singers blessed with Bible-belting vocals, but they can dance with in-built rhythm and gesture reflecting such musicality—an umbilical chord from body to voice.