About 3 hours of Ugandan cultural experience. Mostly drumming and dancing each dance of which is an example from one of Uganda's regions. The best parts were the finale dances where the girls place pots on their heads and keep dancing. And by pots I don't mean one or two, at one stage they have up to 8 pots stacked high on their heads and these reach about 5 feet higher than they are. Never once did I see one drop. The least enjoyable part is the "comedian" (sic) who provides the intro between dances. Boring laborious Ugandan humour that falls flat on its face. I've seen the show more than once taking friends who visit and the jokes hardly change ever and are heavy handed. Not to expatriates tastes but I suppose that some local Ugandans may find them funny, I really don't know. Not to my taste certainly.
But never mind him, see the dancers and the drummers, they are fantastic.