Saturday Sessions featuring the African Drummers


Saturday 16 November 2019


188 Brisbane Street, Ipswich QLD


All Tickets $25.00
Table (of 4) $72.00
Ticket + Anti Pasto Platter $35.00
Table (of 4) + Anto Pasto Platters $112.00


8:00 pm – 10:00 pm


(07) 3810 6100

The African Drummers

This November, be transported to the roaring savannah of Africa with a special performance from Joseph and Tunde, the African Drummers at Studio 188.

Tunde Solanke, a percussionist, drum maker and vocalist is joined by vivacious counterpart Joseph Matovu, a percussionist, vocalist, instrumentalist and African traditional choreographer. Their upbeat performance – accompanied by their amazing dancers – is sure to motivate, inspire and uplift you.

Prepare to be amazed by their unique instruments including the amadinda (xylophones), adungu (harp), and endingidi (fiddle tube). Joseph also focuses on the use of music for healing, his ambition is for his audience to reach homeostatis through the use of music. Joseph is currently undertaking a course at Harvard University and a wellness course in Berkley School of Music in the United States.

Both Joseph and Tunde have performed extensively in Australia and overseas and have a strong focus on mental health, disability, and the general public to promote health and well-being through music.

Looking for the perfect night out?

Why not enjoy a delicious butter chicken or parmesan and thyme crumbed pork fillet at one of our partnered restaurants? Simply present your Studio 188 ticket at the counter and receive 10% off your bill at our partnered restaurants.


Gourmet mains & pastries in a laid-back venue with exposed-brick walls & pendant lights.

6/126 Brisbane Street, Ipswich

Indian Mehfil

Traditional Indian curry house specialising in group bookings, inside a heritage-listed building.

116 Brisbane Street, Ipswich