CHILDREN from Uganda will be sharing a message of hope at a concert in Dovercourt.

The Watoto Children’s Choir will be performing in Kingsway Hall as part of their latest tour named We Will Go on Tuesday, May 28.

The choir has travelled extensively since 1994, sharing a message of hope for Africa’s orphans and widows.

Its members are orphans and other vulnerable children - many of them have suffered the loss of one or both parents and now live in a Watoto village.

To date, the choir has toured six continents and performed to enthralled audiences in schools, retirement homes, churches, parliaments, state houses and royal palaces.

The choir presents Watoto’s vision and mission by sharing personal stories, music and dance.

The choir has performed before royalty and world leaders at Buckingham Palace, at the White House and at many national parliaments across the globe.

While on the road, the children act as advocates for the millions of other African children who have experienced the same heartbreaking pain and suffering as them.

A Watoto Children’s Choir spokesman said: “Through the power of their testimonies the children will share stories of how their lives have been changed, and how they have been called into a life of purpose to transform their communities.

“Each story will declare the miracle of transformation – from darkness to light; from despair to hope; from loss to purpose; from fear to faith.”

The choir starts at 7pm.

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