AON Out & About 1 – 6 August 2017
Windhoek is heating UP this week with all the events going on! Theatre, music, comedy and a ladies night for the sisters out there! Now take your pick and shake off the chill.
MADAM PRESIDENT THEATRE PRODUCTION
Date: Wednesday, 02 August 2017 at 19:00 – 20:30 (ends 04 August 2017)
Venue: Bank Windhoek Theatre School, Cnr Robert Mugabe & Sam Nujoma
Madam President, an award winning theatre production is written by John Katebe, a Zambian writer and arts activist.
The theatre production is a satiric theatre production looking at the dawn of an African woman becoming the president of a fictitious country called Harambia.
It explores the effect power has on the mindset of political leaders, be they men or women.
FREE YOUR MIND! “LAST COMIC STANDING”
Date: Thursday 03 August 2017 at 19:30 till late
Venue: Warehouse Theatre
N$100 online (advanced) & N$ 50 PayToday (advanced)
N$ 150 at the door.
Online Tickets SALES will close @ 16h00 on 03 August
EXCLUSIVE LADIES’ NIGHT
Friday, 04 August 2017 at 18:30
Venue: The Avenue, Cafe & Lounge (old Paguel)
The Bring Down Windhoek Show presents an exclusive event specially for the ladies. Tickets go for N$250.
#OneNight #FourShows #OneTicket
1. A live music performance by Priscilla the Namibian Dessert Queen at The Avenue (former Paguel).
2. An inspirational segment at the same venue called #Womanship.
3. Dinner at NIMMS Restaurant (4th floor of the Museum beside Parliament Gardens).
4. After party at Chopsi’s Bar.
Limited tickets available at The Avenue and NIMMS Restaurant. Call 0814925955 for reservations.
We are giving away hampers worth N$300, Weekend Getaway, Full Body Massage, Full Makeover And Much More…
CASSPER NYOVEST – THUTO TOUR WINDHOEK
Date: Friday, 04. August 2017 at 21:00
Venue: Vibe Pub, Club & Lounge
Official – Cassper Nyovest Album Launch at Club Vibe.
NUTS – NASIM & ASHWYN
Date: Friday, 04 August 2017 at 19:00 – 22:00
Venue: Goethe-Institut Namibia
Imagine a harmonious voice like those used in Motown Soul from the 1950s on stage against the raw and sultry voice of another.
Night Under the Stars at the Goethe-Institut Namibia features Nasim Tekie and Ashwyn Mberi; two very different voices but both harmonious souls that speak of love, life and the pleasures of making music.