Pontsho Eva Nthupi
Actor, Playwright, Singer, Poet and AfroFusion Dance instructor.
South Australian Playwright theatre
Pontsho Eva Nthupi is an actor, playwright, poet, singer, dance instructor and voiceover artist who has voiced various poetic works including: 'New girl', 'Do you believe in the spiritual' and 'I like hugs.' She is also a writer and avid media content creator; her material can be found on her YouTube channel, 'She's a Royal Priesthood.’ She appeared in the feature films Never too Late and Mortal Kombat. For the 2020 SANAA Festival (Adelaide Fringe), she presented at the street party and SANAA storytelling at The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre. She also has performed her poetry at Soul Lounge, Adelaide and SANAA Festival. She recently finished a Adelaide Fringe Show - The first ever African Australian musical 'The Deep North'. She has worked with Northen Sound Systems Studio in mentoring artists with the their music. She's the founder of 'Afro-fusion' which is a dance school that teaches afro dance to the wider australian community.