‘Wassa Wassa have been coming to our school to facilitate a Drumming and Cultural Workshop with our Transition Year groups for the last number of years. Each and every year, the students rave about it. The day is quite unique and is an important component in our TY Programme, which we try to keep as varied and broad as possible. It captures the attention and imagination of all of our students, appealing to a wide variety of students’ interests and abilities. Parents and students alike have always given extremely positive feedback about the workshop, and indeed, in our end-of-year evaluations it is often cited by both groups as one of the highlights of the year. Wassa Wassa are absolutely professional, and so friendly to deal with, which makes the Drumming and Culture Workshop one of the easiest Significant Learning Days that we organise each year.’

-Dee Ryan,  Programme Co-ordinator in St. Mary’s College, Arklow Co. Wicklow.

‘Feedback from the schools, pupils, teachers and principals was excellent. The children thoroughly enjoyed the sessions and had a great experience not only of African drumming but also of African culture’

- Niamh Fitzpatrick, Projects Co-Ordinator, Axis, Ballymun

‘Niall provided a very enjoyable, well resourced and entertaining drum workshop for every child in the school. The workshop was very well presented, pitched to exactly the right level for the children, with full participation for each child. A visit by Niall to any school is an exciting and worthwhile experience and highly recommended’

-Mr. Liam Thorpe, Principal, Drumbaragh N.S. Kells Co Meath.