Out & About with Scottish Leader 19 – 25 February 2018

Everyone from entrepreneurs, business owners, bloggers, vloggers, influencers and brand managers will be attending the Social Media Summit on Wednesday, but if you are more into entertainment, make your way to the Warehouse Theatre for Standup Comedy Night.

Make sure you take a look at the Future Africa Visions in Time project’s The AfroFuturist Village Exhibition at the Goethe-Institut Namibia and start your weekend with the voluptuous and energizing Priscilla the Dessert Queen! at the Warehouse Theatre on Friday.



Date: Wednesday, 21 February 2018 at 08:30 – 16:00

Venue: Ster Kinekor, Grove Mall of Namibia

In the ever-changing world of social media, the key is to always be one step ahead of your competitors. That’s why now is the time to get your #socialmediaactionplan for the year in place.

We’re bringing you insights into listening tools, engagement techniques and content planning in a Namibian context. We’ll share local and international case studies, best practice and actionable concepts and plans for your Namibian organisation.

Cost: N$1100 – includes the following:

– Full day social media summit

– A cup of Slowtown Coffee Roasters coffee on arrival

– Coke & popcorn at tea break

– RocoMamas Namibia lunch

– Parking

Tickets available via EventsToday website and PayToday app.

Ticket sales close on 19 February at 17h00.

For enquiries and group rate email: smsummit@sociality.biz




Date: Wednesday, 21 February 2018 at 19:00 – 22:00

Venue: Warehouse Theatre

The Warehouse Theatre Windhoek will host the Standup Comedy Night, featuring South African comedian Al Prodgers and Namibian Slick The Dick (STD)1, both professional veterans in the comedy circuit.

Catch these two brilliant comedians for one night only of 2 hours of laughter.

Advance tickets are N$150 available from EventsToday or at the Warehouse Theatre. Tickets at the door are N$200.




Date: Wednesday, 21 February 2018 at 19:15 – 22:00

Venue: Goethe-Institut Namibia

Masiyaleti Mbewe and other artists present an interactive and multi-disciplinary exhibition that explores possible cultures and languages of the future in Africa.

Viewer discretion is advised on the Exhibition Opening!

Free Entry!

Exhibition Opening: 21 February 2018, 19:15

Exhibition Running: 21 February 2018 – 02 March 2018

FAVT Framework Programme: runs until 27 March 2018

The FAVT: Future Africa Visions in Time project was produced by international artists who have reference to Africa. They collaborated with researchers in various fields to collect information and formulate academic knowledge that is reflected through their artworks. The artworks aim to portray emotions of the pivotal and significant moment when memories are translated into visions of the future, Africa’s future, but in different modes of “futuring”; healing/remembering, longing/desiring, optimizing de/stabilizing.



Date: Friday, 23 February 2018 at 20:00 – 22:30

Venue: Franco Namibian Cultural Centre (FNCC)

Join us for the first Acoustic Friday of the year with voluptuous and energizing Priscilla the Dessert Queen!

Founder and Director of the Love Yourself Campaign, Priscilla is a passionate and free-spirited artist with a Diploma in Banking but a heart for music. Her debut single “Malva Pudding” was a resounding hit, and was followed by her debut album in July 2016.

Priscilla loves to share songs with her audience that will touch their hearts and make them feel through her voice and interpretation.

N$ 70 in advance, N$ 100 at the door