Team building and corporate events
African Activities bring people together in the most fundamentally creative ways.
Unifying and energising activities will enliven your corporate events, conferences, product launches and team building exercises.
Things we can do for you
Fun and high energy with tangible outcomes. Options include drumming, adinkra art, dancing, song, body percussion and boom whakers.
Our workshops encourage people to work collaboratively on activities where individual outcomes combine to create a greater whole.
If you want to build a team in your workplace or entertain the delegates at your upcoming conference, we can help.
With ice breakers, energisers and conference entertainment, our team building programs can cater for 10 to 1,000 delegates.
A quick, fast-paced introduction to invigorate your team and leave the room buzzing with energy.
We use music to bring together your delegates. Each team will be given different musical responsibilities, underlining their differing roles within your conference or business structure.
A rousing finale will see synergy as the compositions are brought together.
High impact dance and drumming will create a spectacular focus.
Available as an add-on to any other activities, or as a stand alone event.
Alongside our wide range of activities we are happy to work with you to create a bespoke solution to suit you…
A drum for every participant. High energy poly rythums mix with classic base beats for accessible and high energy fun!
Useful for large numbers in a short space of time – literally be led in using your own bodies to create the music.
Learn about Adinkra symbols and their meanings. A patchwork of unity can then be sewn together with a representation of your organisations strengths and identity embedded in its fabric.
We are happy to work with you anywhere from zoos to boardrooms!
High energy and authentic entertainment and workshops.
If you like what we do and want to know more
What our customers say
Tried and tested.
“Amazing! Kwame is lovely.”
“Thank you, the drumming was a big success.”