Founder & Director, Bantu Arts Ltd
Steven started performing at a very early age whilst growing up in Uganda. He came to the UK as a performer and worked with several organisations and agencies to promote African Arts. He also performed in various theatre productions across the UK and it was during this period that Steven realised the importance of preserving the traditional East African arts, in particular, the performing arts passed down through generations in Uganda.
Nankasi V Yvonne
Yvvone is a dedicated and passionate administrator with 3 years of experience in arts administration and cultural events management at Bantu Arts. She has significantly contributed to the organization’s success, demonstrating expertise in both administrative efficiency and the artistic nuances of cultural dance and drama. In her role, Yvvone oversees crucial tasks such as budget management, event coordination, and staff supervision, ensuring the smooth functioning of Bantu Arts. She is a driving force shaping the future of the cultural dance and drama movement, fostering a community that celebrates diverse artistic traditions.
Iman D Zubeda
Iman is an actress, a dancer, a musician, an overall entertainer, among other things.
Iman has also been the company secretary since April 2019. She started building her arts portfolio at an early age and has been part of several theatre and film productions both in the UK and Uganda. Some of the theatre productions are: African Women (2016) at Greenwich Theatre and Love Goat in the Pearl at Dugdale Theatre Enfield. Her screen appearances include Endless Love (Akavuyo Mu Lov
As a community organisation, Bantu Arts partner and work with a variety of artists and groups from different walks of life; from talented freelance artists to volunteers who collectively support our company’s aims and objectives.