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Harmony in Diversity

A Storytelling Music Workshop

February 17, 2024

@ The Civic, Tallaght

3:15 to 4 pm

A Storytelling Music Workshop

Suitable for children 6+


English and Swahili

€ 5

When you purchase a child ticket the accompanying adult goes free.

Please note:

Children must be under the supervision of an accompanying adult at all times.

Justine Nantale

All ticket sales are final, and refunds will not be issued.

Immerse yourself in an interactive storytelling music workshop that transcends boundaries. Designed for children 6+ and their parents, this interactive session aims to showcase the similarities and differences that make each person unique. Through engaging songs and an enchanting tale from Tanzania, participants will discover the importance of active listening, understanding and respecting cultural differences.


Meet the artist

Justine Nantale

Justine Nantale, an educator and singer, utilizes music as a tool for development. Born in Gomba, Uganda, she is a creative and dynamic facilitator with 10 years of experience delivering high-quality workshops and events. Highly competent in coordinating programs, she arrived in Ireland in 2003. Justine is the founder of Gomba Educare, a school’s outreach program tailoring cultural programs to schools throughout Ireland. The programs engage students through music, movement, and storytelling at both primary and post-primary levels. Justine is a founding member and former Musical Director of Discovery Gospel Choir, Ireland’s leading intercultural choir.

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