AON Out & About: 20 – 26 Feb 2017

Looking to get Out & About this week? Here are some suggestions for your social calendar!



  • Ann Jangle with Riaan Smit. Dark Folk Jangled with Gypsy Rock. Namibians are in for a Blues/Rock Concert when South African Ann Jangle, supported by Riaan Smit, will perform her unique style of music at the Warehouse Theatre. It’s an evening of story-telling, creating mesmerizing music, all gypsy-infused. If you’ve been part of the audience at Brother’s Remedy or Dan Patlansky last year, Ann Jangle is a must see for you! Warehouse Theatre, Friday 24 February 2017. Concert starts at 20:00, doors open at 19:30. Advance tickets (N$120) are available at , the Warehouse Theatre or any Airtime City Kiosk while tickets at the door are N$140.
  • Song Night is back! Since April 2011 – Song Night has been changing lives by simply offering a free development platform for singers in Namibia. Song Night puts on it’s first show for 2017 on 22 February, at the Warehouse Theatre. Tickets go for N$70 @ the door and the show starts promptly @ 20H00. Headlining “The Roots Of Love Concert” is the one and only Adora. With her debut album “As I Am” receiving rave reviews, Adora is taking stages across Namibia with her vibrant sound, energetic dance moves and meaningful lyrics. Join Adora as well as 2017 Song Night Ambassadors Anna & Frans, plus various first time Song Nighters on the stage where various music careers have been successfully launched.
    Song Night. 22 Feb 2017. Warehouse Theatre. 8PM. N$70 @ The Door.
  • Namibia’s Biggest Rap Battle Auditions will take place on the 25th of February at the Warehouse Theatre at 13:00 in search of Namibia’s top 10 Emcees who will Battle it out in the Biggest Rap Battle on the 29th of April 2017.  For more info please contact

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  • THIS IS (JUST) A TEACUP – AN EXHIBITION BY NIINA TURTOLA directs the viewer to think about the interpretation of objects and design in our everyday life and to review that in the context of graphic design.This exhibition is a thinking journey of design, neutrality, subjectivity and the act of world-making. Through THIS IS (JUST) A TEACUP Turtola continues to push the envelope of the graphic design discipline in order to create discussion around design and its ubiquitous and non-neutral role as creator of reality. Exhibition Opening on 20th February 2017, 17h30 at the FNCC. This exhibition will run until 16th March 2017. Admission free.


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