Out and About 17-22 September 2018

This week Catch:

  • Namibian Heritage Week
  • Water Stakeholder Forum: The Current Status of Our Water Resources
  • Shades of Broadway


Namibian Heritage Week

Date:  17-23 September 2018

Venue: FNCC

Heritage Week 2018 launches at FNCC as Namibians celebrate and commit to protecting our wonderful natural and cultural resources.

Namibia’s major heritage institutions have joined together as a team to organize Namibian Heritage Week. With this year’s theme: “Turuganeni Kumwe”, which means “Let us work together” in Rukwangali.

Enjoy an evening of vibrant cultural celebrations and Namibian gastronomic delights catered by the National Art Gallery of Namibia.



Date:  Thur, 20 September 2018, 19:30-21:00

Venue: Namibia Scientific Society

                    110 Robert Mugabe Avenue


Public talk: Water Stakeholder Forum – meeting no. 7: The Current Status of our Water Resources.

On request of members and public, the Namibia Scientific Society (NSS), Namibian Hydrogeological Association (NHA) and the Upper Swakop Basin Management Committee (USBMC) offer a public talk by various stakeholders and representatives of the Strategic Executive of the City of Windhoek for Infrastructure, Water and Technical Services for providing feedback re current status of our water resources.



Date: Sat, 22 September 2018, 15:00-16:30

Venue: Warehouse Theater

Damage: N$ 150.00 (Adults)

               N$ 80.00 (Students and Pensioners).

Tickets available at www.today.com.na

Shades of Broadway is a one man dramatic tribute to the Broadway greats and provides the audience with an informative insight into what life on the musical stage is like from the performers perspective.

Songs cover some of the world’s biggest Broadway musicals, ranging from Cabaret to Jesus Christ Superstar, Joseph, Evita and many more. It is linked with personal stories and anecdotes from the performers experiences on the stage and is guaranteed to take the audience on a roller coaster of emotions that will have them dancing at some stages and reaching for the tissues in others.

Shades of Broadway is suitable for audiences of all ages and will please both those well versed in the musicals as well as the newbies to the genre.