Berthe Tanwo Njole
Berthe Tanwo Njole a.k.a. D-WA is a jack of all trades: singer-songwriter, presenter, performer and actress.
She has been involved in the music and film industry for several years.
Alongside her acting career (Glad Ijs by Raf Reyntjens and Koen Van Sande, Waste Land by Pieter Van Hees, Theodosia by Matthias Hoene, Two To Tango by Dimitri Sterkens), in 2017 she released a first six-track EP, Tout simplement je suis. She repeats the experience in 2021 but this time, with a first album in English: Black Magic.
With her partner in crime David Corleone, they open for the legendary Toots and The Maytals in 2018 and the Inna De Yard Collective in 2019 on the famous Olympia stage in Paris!
She adds another string to her bow by becoming a host for various film festivals in Belgium (FIFF Namur, FIFM Mons, Millenium Documentary Film Festival).
Curious, spontaneous and always ready for new challenges, she explodes on stage …..
Concerts – Videos
Can’t Take My Mind Off You – David Corleone feat. D-WA
Les Âmes Sœurs – D-WA feat. David Corleone
Letter to Daddy – D-WA
Films – Videos – Commercials
Two Frida’s is based on the life and work of Frida Kahlo. A production by Compagnie CouRage, based in Ghent, shot on November 6 at the Theater Box in Ghent.
Berthe Tanwo Njole and Jessica Bank are accompanied live by Luiz Màrquez on pre-Columbian instruments. Meeting with the actresses and the director Alain Pringels before or after the performance + dinner on the Frida Kahlo theme prepared by Delphine Debbaut.
This performance is available in Dutch, English, French and Spanish.
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