Lulu to perform in Scotland at Malawi independence gala dinner dance 8 July

The renowned Malawian music urban musician, Lawrence Khwisa, but popularly known as Lulu, will headline  a great line up of music and entertainment  at the 2017 gala dinner dance in Glasgow, Scotland.

Lulu billed to perform in Glasgow

McLintock: It will Malawi independence gala night

The event has been organised by Association of Malawians on Scotland (AMS) with Malawi-Scotland Partnership as part of Malawi Independence celebrations which falls on 6 July.

According to AMS events director Noral Carol MacLintock, the function will be held at Crown Plaza Hotel in Glasgow – Congress Road G3 8QT.

She said it will be a “fabulous” event with a three course dinner and lots of entertainment including music performance of Lulu.

“We will also have a raffle draw to raise funds to go towards assisting mothers with children at Chichiri and Chikwawa prisons in Malawi,” MacLintock told Nyasa Times.

AMS chairperson Yonah Matemba, secretary Alpheus Ngonga and purse keeper Enock Bamusi, Welfare officers Tankhu Tembo and Chimwemwe Gondwe have all stepped up their gear to have the best event.

Apart from main sponsors of the event, the Scotland-Malawi partnership, organisers have managed to get some assistance of Malawian companies and organisations in UK including Nyasa Times, Africanos Ltd, Air Malawi Cargo and Amophi Shipping.

“We are bringing Lulu to perform live and there will be more entertainment activities,” MacLintok disclosed.

Lulu is a complete musician; during live shows he shows his guitar skills, vocals and also dancing skills.

Tickets for the event are selling at £45 adults and £20 children and can only be purchased at

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