AON Out & About 29 May – 4 June 2017
Theatre, dance, music and improv comedy – Windhoek gets creative this week with all the events lined up! A little something for everyone!
SUNNY VAN DIE SUIDE
Venue: Warehouse Theatre
This one woman Playmakers Production tells the story of Sunshine Fontein, a 42 year-old wife and mother.
Sunny tells a story of falling in love with herself again. It is about loving your family but going on adventures and feeding your passions. It is a very important story of bravery.
Come and see Sunny as she goes through the motions of everyday life, while gearing up for an adventure. Laughter and pain is the backbone of her story.
Come share in her hilarious moments and come share in her painful realisations.
SILLYWITS IMPROVISATIONAL SKETCH COMEDY
Venue: FNCC Cinema
SillyWits is an improvisational, sketch comedy show with a Namibian heart, inspired by the British/American show “Whose Line is it Anyway” brought to you by Lavinia Kapewasha and Zindri Swartz.
The show is a fast paced, no hold-bars game show aiming to keep the audience entertained to the point of tears. Apart from using pre-determined categories for each round, the show is entirely created on the night. The players are put to the test, creating characters, scenes, and songs on the spot!
Each show will have different categories, making it an original comedy extravaganza experience show after show. Namibia hasn’t seen a show so crafty, so relevant and unique, no one will want to miss it!
Price: N$60 in advance, N$70 at the door.
NIGHT UNDER THE STARS WITH SYLENT NQO & SLICKARTIE
Venue: Goethe-Institut Namibia
Goethe-Institut Namibia welcomes Zimbabwean born and international award winning guitarist to the stage of our monthly concert, Night Under The Stars.
Sylent Nqo will be joined on stage by free-spirited and passionate story teller, Slickatie. As usual Dj FineTune will be spinning on the decks after the show.
STREET STYLE STORIES PRODUCTION
Venue: National Theatre of Namibia
Presenting the journeys of 9 dancers who come together from different backgrounds and dance experience in a freestyle session.
Taken through a very unique process of dance making, self -reflection and understanding of how dance tells their stories and communicates the stories of those who can relate to them through shared experiences.
In collaboration with local fashion designer, Ndapcee, who brings high fashion to the stage. A language of its own that communicates style in the light of personality, but also speaks of society’s conformity to fashion and trends.
Tickets available at Computicket, online and at stores for N$100 advance and N$150 at the door.