Out and About 13-19 August 2018
This week catch:
- Hope – The 7 Rs: A Recipe against GBV
- Hit the Beat show
- Namibia vs Kenya
Hope-the 7 Rs: A Recipe against GBV
Venue: FNCC Cinema
HOPE: The 7Rs, is a local campaign to sensitize parents, teachers, youth, community based organizations, students, and community and home leaders on the effects of gender based violence.
Expert, Adelaide Awases (BA Developmental Studies, MA Rural Social Development) shares her recipe for peace among the genders.
Hit The Beat show
Venue: Warehouse Theatre
Damage: Advance tickets N$ 60 available at the school office at Waldorf School Windhoek, 081 122 80 71, at the door N$ 80
“Honour the Earth” Performing Arts Project Choir, Drumming, Percussion, Poetry, Dance and Visual Art with Waldorf School Windhoek learners and friends.
“Hit the Beat – In Rhythm we meet“ is an extraordinary performing arts project, presented by 80 learners at the Waldorf School Windhoek with musicians, artists and teachers from Germany and Namibia. Hit the Beat incorporates dance, drums, choir, solo singing, poetry, garbage music, film making and visual arts.
Namibia vs Kenya
Venue: Hage Geingob Rugby Stadium
Damage: Adults N$ 50 in advance, N$ 60 at the door
Kids N$ 10 in advance, N$ 20 at the door
Kids under 6 go in for free.
Tickets are available at Pick n Pay and www.webtickets.com.na
The Namibian national rugby team will participate in the Rugby Africa Gold Cup for qualification to play in the 2019 Rugby World Cup.
Come support our National team!