Out & About with Scottish Leader 26 Feb – 3 March 2018
This week it’s music with Song Night, comedy with Free Your Mind, movies with FAVTNAM and a sprinkle of hustle with StartUp Grind. Where will we run into you?
SONG NIGHT LOVE MOVEMENT
Venue: Imagine Café, Macadam Street
Song Night February Love Movement will have the amazing Mel Mwevi as headliner with performers like Ethnix, Gevin, Samuel Shines, Dre, Danielle, Lily, Steven, Marius, Marlene, Treza as well as the new Song Night 2018 Ambassador Chris B on the line up!
Come for a show filled with personality and stories about love.
See you at our new venue Imagine Games Cafe on Macadam Street.
Show starts @8pm and tickets are on sale at the door for N$80!
STARTUP GRIND WINDHOEK
Venue: Franco Namibia Cultural Centre (FNCC)
Startup Grind Windhoek is back at it again; bringing business gurus and startupreneurs together for another explosive event.
This month, we’re super stoked to have Sandra Mwiihangele the founder of Kiyomisandz Beauty Products – who also happens to be the first Namibian to be listed on Forbes Africa 30 under 30 Class of 2017 – as our guest speaker.
As she shares her entrepreneurial journey with us, we get to have a glimpse into the grind, the hustle and the unfiltered truth about her work ethic. We get to know HOW she got to where she is today?
For a night of networking, digesting and challenging business formulas, we’d be honoured to have you with us. Let your imagination be unfettered by the laws of business logic, and join us in redefining entrepreneurship as we know it today.
FREE YOUR MIND! ‘FREE N DOM’
Venue: Warehouse Theatre
We believe that Namibia is full of endless possibilities and opportunities, but we want to know who the gatekeeper is, “where is the money”. Let us explore Namibian politics and our status on the global economy. Just how free are we? Could we be dom??!!….simply blinded?
Join us on the 1st March 2018, for an answer, a thought or better yet a laugh on matter.
FAVTNAM: SUNDAY MOMVE
Venue: National Museum of Namibia
In a series of outdoor performances, Ndinomholo problematizes identity, healing, remembering and future, by considering the necessity of dying, inviting you into a make belief world, and by exploring Namibian history.
Bring your smartphone, ear phones, and a cushion to sit on, for a more interactive experience.
Entry is free!