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Ebonies’ Valentine’s treat
Publish Date: Feb 13, 2014
Ebonies’ Valentine’s treat
Ebonies actors in action
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By Sebidde Kiryowa
 
It is perhaps one of the most regurgitated show in Ugandan history but fans seem to love it every time. Why? It beats us.
 
This Valentine weekend (Friday through to Sunday 16 at 7.00pm) the group will be back with their musical drama “my valentine” at Theatre La Bonita. 
 
To distinguish it from the past shows, this year’s show will apparently be spiced with The Ebonies’ latest original music compositions. 
 
An ensemble of the Ebonies actors as they appear in the drama
 
This means the likes of Dr. Bossa, Fauziah Nakiboneka, Julie Underwood, Paul Jjingo, Bison Katantazi, Ssuubi Jonathan, Victoria Nakabuye and Zahara Ndaga will actually sing live this time. 
 
On top of this, they are apparently planning to feature fledging musical talents who will perform original compositions in the dancehall, R&B, Hip-hop, jazz, and Afro-Beat genres.
 

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