Nawaris Sudanese Performing Arts group consists of talented Sudanese children who were born and raised in Wales. For them, dance is a preservation of their heritage and culture and a way of reflecting it and share it with others. For the Sudanese people Dancing is part of the normal life, they enjoy their music and dance in their celebrations and special occasions. Sudanese dance is influenced by Arab and African types and styles. Although the rhythm of the dance varies from place to place, the pattern is basically the same across the country. Nawaris Sudanese dance group performing dance from various Sudanese tribe’s dance
The Kern dance is from the Nuba mountain one of the most popular dance styles in Sudan. The basic principle of this dance is to show strength and flexible body movement in women and men.
The Bani Amr tribe dance is called (Siseid), which literally means waves of the sea. This dance consists of women showing off their beauty accompanied by the sword dance.
The bride’s dance is a dance that is part of the wedding ceremony, in which the bride shows her beauty and her dancing skills in front of her groom.