Arts Events List (Zimbabwe)
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Events on now, or starting on or before 11 September 2016

FULLER DETAILS OF THESE , AND OF LATER EVENTS, APPEAR BELOW.
Events are in Harare unless stated otherwise.

ARTS FESTIVALS
  • International Images Film Festival for Women (IIFF) (to 3 September)
  • First Harare Chamber Music Festival @ The Venue (1–3 September)
DANCE
  • India In The Sunshine City @ REPS (2–9 September)
MUSIC
  • First Harare Chamber Music Festival @ The Venue (1–3 September)
  • Vadzimu Records (September)

Performing Arts Bulawayo [PAB] and the Academy [Bulawayo]
  • The Water Diviner (1 September)
  • Verdi: Giovanna d'Arco (2 September)
  • Andrew Sherwood (violin) and Jeanette Micklem (piano) (8 September)
  • Nureyev & Friends: A Gala Tribute (9 September)
FINE ART & EXHIBITIONS
  • Benefit/Collector’s Exhibition @ Gallery Delta (to end August)
DRAMA, THEATRE & SPOKEN WORD
  • Naked Girls Reading @ Theatre in the Park (31 August – 2 September)
  • Sonam Kaira and the Sufi Gospel Project @ REPS (2–3 September)
  • Bollywood Extravaganza @ REPS (4–5 September)
  • Dance Like a Man @ REPS (6–7 September)
  • Manipuri Cultural Troupe @ REPS (8–9 September)
FILM
  • International Images Film Festival for Women (IIFF) (to 3 September)
  • Scusate Se Esisto @ Tristan’s (30 August)
  • Blindsight @ Swallow Hill, Borrowdale (9 September)
CRAFT FAIRS & OTHER FAIRS
CLUBS & SOCIETIES
  • Zimbabwe German Society (September)
WORKSHOPS & COURSES
CHARITY FUND-RAISING EVENTS
  • Help yourself by Helping Others – Appeal for New and Good-quality Second-hand Goods
CLASSIFIEDS: ARTY THINGS WANTED OR FOR SALE
ZIMBABWE-RELATED EVENTS OUTSIDE ZIMBABWE


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CURRENT and FORTHCOMING EVENTS



ARTS FESTIVALS


International Images Film Festival for Women (IIFF) (to 3 September)
An exciting selection of outstanding films featuring women from  Zimbabwe, Africa and beyond that you don't get to see on the normal circuit on the bring screen for you
Watch
A BALLERINA'S TALE, USA, 2015
BLACK, Belgium, 2015
COMING HOME,  China, 2014
HAPPINESS IS A FOUR LETTER WORD, South Africa, 2016
I'M NOT  A REBEL, Mexico/Spain, 2016
THE PARADISE SUITE, Netherlands, 2016  
SUFRAGETTE, USA, 2015
and many more
See clips at <http://www.icapatrust.org/iiff.html>

Screenings start at 12.30.  Catalogues available at venues as below
Ster Kinekor Sam Levy's: 27 to 31 Aug.
Alliance Française, 30 Aug. to 1 Sept.
Stimulus Hub, 171 Fife Avenue, 27 Aug. to 1 Sept.
National Gallery of Zimbabwe 27 Aug. to 2 Sept.2016
Rutendo Hall, Mufakose, 29 Aug. to 1 Sept.

For more information: Laura Ganda, Festival Director: International Images Film Festival for Women
Tel: +263 4 862355; Cell: +263 784455056; Email: <wfoz@icapatrust.org> <lauraganda@gmail.com>

First Harare Chamber Music Festival @ The Venue (1–3 September)
The First Harare Chamber Music Festival, at The Venue, 23 Kenny Road, Avondale, Harare.
A host of world-class musical talent from home, SA, UK and Europe, performing this intimate genre of classical music which will totally absorb your senses and wash away all your stress!
Featuring Markus Held (violin) and Marie Braun (flute) both Swiss, but resident in France, who together make up the duo ‘The Flyolins’, Theo Bross (cello) from Germany, our own Jeanette Micklem (piano), Andrew Sherwood, violinist, composer and conductor who grew up in Zim and is based in England, Jeanne-Louise Moolman (viola), soloist and also member of the resident Odeion String Quartet of the University of Free State, SA (viola); Elna van der Merwe (piano), also from SA and one of the two pianists who comprise well-known SA duo ‘The Blondes’, and our own Cosmas Chingondi (mbira) and the Shuramurove Mbira Ensemble from Tengenenge.  
 
All tickets $10 except for Gala Concert, $15. Tickets are now available for online purchase from Web Tickets Zimbabwe: <http://www.webtickets.co.zw>.
For soft copy outline programme and info, email <mailto:rosie@wildimaginings.net> and visit the website at <http://hararechambermusicfestival.co.zw>. For other enquiries, email <mailto:admin@hcmf.co.zw>.

Concerts at 10–11.30am, 3–4.30pm and 6.30 to 8pm on Thursday and Friday, and at 10am and 6.30pm (Gala Concert) on Saturday.

Thursday, 1 September
10am ‘The Flyolins’ Marie Braun, flute and Markus Held, violin
3pm Cosmas Chimbindi and Shuramurove Mbira Ensemble
6.30pm Theo Bross with Jeanette Micklem

Friday, 2 September
10am, Markus Held with Elna van der Merwe
3pm, Theo Bross with Marie Braun
6.30pm, Andrew Sherwood, with Jeanette Micklem

Saturday, 3 September
10am Jeanne-Louise Moolman with Elna van der Merwe
6.30pm, Gala Concert featuring a combination of the stars and directed by Theo Bross

Shoko Festival (23–25 September)
Shoko Festival is back! The 6th edition of the festival will be taking place from 23 to 25 September with the theme "Come Alive".
It is a call on festival-goers to get inspired and enthralled by an amazing festival experience that brings Zimbabweans together. 
This year the festival will be headlined by AKA, Winky D and Ammara Brown.
There will also be the famous Shoko Festival Comedy Night along with Spoken Word performances.
Hustlers Market on Saturday afternoon and a Schools Variety Performance.

Venues
23–24: Zimbabwe Museum of Human Sciences, Harare
25:, Chitungwiza (Free)

Ticket Prices
$10 per day general admission
$5 college / varsity discount with student ID 
$5 admits 2 high school students in uniform

Gates open at 12 p.m. 
For programming info, visit our website www.shokofestival.com <http://www.shokofestival.com>

DANCE


India In The Sunshine City @ REPS (2–9 September)
See below under DRAMA, THEATRE & SPOKEN WORD

MUSIC


First Harare Chamber Music Festival @ The Venue (1–3 September)
See above under ARTS FESTIVALS

Vadzimu Records (September)

Sunday chilled Live Jazz, Blues
Sundays 2pm Time and jazz Café (Next to Cresta Oasis, Nelson Mandela Street, cnr 6th Street)
$3 Church after-party or a Saturday night hangover.
This is the perfect Sunday chiilout with relaxed jazz and blues by Vadzimu Records

Tuesday Sundowner live bands
Tuesdays 5.30 pm The Volt (Samora Machel &Cnr 6th street) 3$
Unwind after work with a drink and live entertainment. Zim’s finest contemporary musicians lighting up the stage.

DJ Breezy & DJs/Social Animal Sheppy Spark Digital Piano One Man Band
6pm Courtney Hotel (Cnr 8th and Selous Avenue)
Piano one-man band, alternating Fridays with House DJs. Jazz, Contemporary Pop, Golden Oldies.

Transit Crew (3 September)
Live at Jazz 24/7 by Vadzimu Records
3 Sep 9pm Jazz 24/7 (On Robson Manyika Rd, Eastgate cinema building CBD)  $5
Zimbabwe’s longest-reigning reggae band. Live and direct at the newly branded venue.
Show to begin the month. Not to be missed.

Live Dancehall Dj Duse Birthday Bash (10 September)
10 September, 7pm. Rooftop Travel Plaza (Mazowe Street, Avenues)
DJ duse Dancehall phenomena celebrating his birthdays with many featuring artists and DJs.
Saturday night fiesta. Cheap beers and good ambience. Tell some friends this will be a VIP party!

Performing Arts Bulawayo [PAB] and the Academy [Bulawayo]
For further information, please e-mail Michael Bullivant <mailto:music@gatorzw.co.uk>

The Water Diviner (1 September)
Thursday 1 September in the Robert Sibson Hall at 7.00 p.m.
Four years after the Battle of Gallipoli and after losing his wife, Joshua Connor (Russell Crowe) leaves Australia for Turkey to look for his three sons reported missing in actions. While staying at a hotel in Istanbul, he forges a relationship with the beautiful Turkish woman who owns it. And tries to find a way to Gallipoli.
'Russell Crowe's feature directorial debut is a triumph for him, an epic adventure and humane story that reminds me of the kind of movies I used to love...' [Deadline Hollywood ]
'Making his directorial debut with the brawny and big-hearted Australian war drama The Water Diviner, Russell Crowe taps a deep well of symbolism, cultural empathy and good old-fashioned storytelling.' [Hollywood Reporter]
Admission: $3.00 [free to film members]   Supper available from 6.15 p.m.

Verdi: Giovanna d'Arco (2 September)
Friday 2 September in the Robert Sibson Hall at 6.30 p.m.
Stage and television director Werner Herzog, one of the most highly acclaimed German film makers of all time, joins forces with the great Italian conductor Riccardo Chailly to bring a masterful production of Verdi's rarely performed early opera, the story of the Maid  of Orleans. Involving spectacular scenes of alternating light and dark, pageantry and intimacy, the performance is further complemented by the American soprano Susan Dunn as Giovanna.and the great Italian baritone Renato Bruson as her father.
'A marvellous and extraordinary production.' (Corriere Della Sera)
Admission: $3.00 [free to Red Carpet members] Dinner available during the interval ($10.00)

Andrew Sherwood (violin) and Jeanette Micklem (piano) (8 September)
Thursday 8 September in the Robert Sibson Hall at 7.00 p.m.
Andrew Sherwood began his professional career with a brief period teaching at the Academy in Bulawayo. Since then his engagements as conductor and violinist have taken him from London to Eastern Europe, the USA, the Far East and Africa. Recent recitals have been in France, India, Scotland and Northern Ireland and next year he will tour in China. Jeanette is well known to Bulawayo audiences though this will be her first visit for some time.
The programme is wide-ranging and includes:
    Vivaldi: Allegro
    Beethoven: Violin Sonata No. 9 in A major, Op. 47 - 'Kreutzer'
    Debussy: Violin Sonata
    J.B. McEwen: Two Poems for violin and piano
    Bartók: Rumaninan Dances, Sz.56
    Massenet: Meditation from 'Thaïs'
    Hubay: Hejre Kati, Op.32, No.4 - from Scènes de la Csárda
Admission: $10.00 & $5.00 (free to Red Carpet members) - booking at the Academy from Monday 29 August
Dinner will available after the concert but must be booked in advance.

Nureyev & Friends: A Gala Tribute (9 September)
Friday, 9 September in the Robert Sibson Hall at 6.30 p.m.
Rudolf Nureyev was one of the most celebrated dancers of the 20th century. No male dancer ever had more influence on the history, style and public perception of ballet. Nureyev & Friends, filmed at Le Palais de Congrès in Paris in May 2013, features dancers from the world's finest ballet companies paying tribute to Nureyev in a prestigious dance gala celebrating the 75th anniversary of his birth.
'A generous selection of spine tingling performances by a stellar cast, selected from senior ballet companies. Buy it while you can! ' [Amazon review]
Admission: $3.00 [free to Red Carpet members]   Dinner available during the interval ($10.00)

FINE ART & EXHIBITIONS


Benefit/Collector’s Exhibition @ Gallery Delta (to end August)
An exhibition of paintings, graphics, ceramics and sculptures including works by
Arthur Azevedo, Simon Back, Berry Bickle, Tafadzwa Gwetai, Masimba Hwati, Richard Jack, Rashid Jogee, Lovemore Kambudzi, Admire Kamudzengerere, Helen Lieros, Shepherd Mahufe, Wallen Mapondera, Misheck Masamvu, Munyaradzai Mazarire,  Luis Meque (1966-1998), Clive Mukucha, Munyaradzi Mugorosa, Daryl Nero, Victor Nyakauru, Thakor Patel, Kate Raath, Gregory Shaw,  
Cosmas Shiridzinomwa, Freddy Tauro, Paul Wade, Marjorie Wallace, Richard Witikani, Johnson Zuze, Portia Zvavahera
And a select collection of Swiss graphics.
Exhibition duration until end August.

Gallery Delta, 'Robert Paul's Old House', 110 Livingstone Avenue/Ninth Street, Greenwood Park, Harare
Telephone/Fax: 792135; <mailto:artdelta@mweb.co.zw>; <http://www.gallerydelta.com>.

DRAMA, THEATRE & SPOKEN WORD


Naked Girls Reading @ Theatre in the Park (31 August – 2 September)
The title couldn’t be anymore self-explanatory. Naked Girls Reading brings to the forefront issues of women that are usually hidden and not openly spoken about in an intellectual and sassy way.
Naked Girls Reading is a cheeky two-women show, blending skin and text. Being written by women, Naked Girls Reading voices their stories and anxieties in their professional and private lives. It puts in the open, subjects that are usually swept under the carpet or spoken about in hush tones. Naked Girls Reading has some darkness, light-heartedness and thought provoking conversations that the audience will find familiarity with. The show of skin is a celebration of real women’s bodies as beautiful in all shapes and sizes. 

About the Writer/ Director: Patience Phiri is a Social and Creative Entrepreneur from Bulawayo and Naked Girls Reading is her writing and directing debut. She believes strongly in gender equality, emancipation and empowerment of women.

Rooftop Promotions – It’s not just art! It’s a way of life!
Rooftop is a production company that promotes and develops artistic initiatives in Zimbabwe. By encouraging and supporting freedom of expression, it provides a platform and a forum for community concerns. The two main projects of Rooftop are Theatre in the Park and Creative Native.
Rooftop Promotions has been a major developer of Zimbabwean arts since 1986, when its role was to facilitate the expression of the excitement of early independence. The company weathered the economic and political disruptions of the 2000s well, and is now prepared to focus on the next phase of its history. Going forward, Rooftop intends to focus on making the arts a sustainable sector, which will provide opportunities for the growth and development of new talent.
Theatre in the Park is a project that simultaneously connects performance with its roots in traditional community spaces and develops a creative project in the centre of Harare. For seventeen years, Theatre in the Park has been one of the most innovative creative venues in Southern Africa.

31 August – 2 September @ 6pm. Tickets are available from Theatre in the Park, Harare Gardens: <mailto:titprooftop@gmail.com> or cell: 0772913071. $3.00 regular and $1.00 for artists/pensioners and students.

Sonam Kaira and the Sufi Gospel Project @ REPS (2–3 September)
The Sufi Gospel Project is an effort to blend all the voices of faith, through the use of song, music and the spoken word. Traditional western gospel melds with Indian classical sounds, and Indian spiritual texts are enriched by elements of western poetry to create a sound that touches every soul.
Revealing that, regardless of the language of the lyrics, or the ethnicity of the sounds, there is but one language, the language of faith. That is the universal truth.
Friday 2 and Saturday 3 September at 7 p.m. All tickets $10.00. Book at the Spotlight.

Bollywood Extravaganza @ REPS (4–5 September)
Bollywood Extravaganza represents the gorgeous colours, exotic costumes, spectacular fight sequences and tear jerking romance of Indian cinema. The foot-tapping tunes with beautiful choreography found in all of Bollywood’s larger-than-life glory completes the magic. A ‘must watch’ for all Bollywood enthusiasts.
Sunday 4 and Monday 5 September at 7 p.m. All Tickets  $10.00, Book at the Spotlight.

Dance Like a Man @ REPS (6–7 September)
The story of Jairaj and Ratna, two Bharat Natyam dancers past their prime, is contrasted with that of their daughter Lata, who is on the brink of establishing herself as a brilliant dancer. Her imminent success creates tension and jealousy, and the audience is drawn into the dark secrets of family relationships and conflicts between generations.
The play probes the surface of the characters to question their deeper motivations, but the mode is comic rather than tragic, even though the concerns are serious, and you are never sure whether to laugh or cry.
Tuesday 6 and Wednesday 7 at 7 p.m. All tickets $10.00. Book at the Spotlight.

Manipuri Cultural Troupe @ REPS (8–9 September)
The Manipuri cultural troupe will bring to the stage of Harare an enthralling experience in Dance and Marshall Arts from the North East region of India. With 5 different forms, Thang Ta, Pung Cholam, Dhol Cholam, Blind Cutting and Stick Dance, the Manipuri Cultural troupe will create a magical and scintillating experience for each one present at the show.
Thursday 8 and Friday 9 September at 7p.m. All tickets $10.00.  Book at the Spotlight.

Pieces of Shakespeare @ REPS (20–24 September)
REPS Theatre presents its tribute to Shakespeare on the 400th anniversary of his death – Pieces of Shakespeare – from Tuesday 20 to Saturday 24 September. 
Performances will start at 7.00 pm each evening, with a matinee at 2.30 pm on Saturday 24 September.
The show will include excerpts from twelve of his plays – four of which are school set books this year – together with four sonnets.
The Opening Night on Tuesday 20 September will be a Gala Night with cheese and wine.
Ticket prices are $ 15 each for the Gala Night, $10 each for all other performances, and $ 8 each for students and teachers at all performances.
Booking at The Spotlight <http://www.thespotlight.co.zw>  or telephone 308159.


FILM


International Images Film Festival for Women (IIFF) (to 3 September)
See above under ARTS FESTIVALS

Scusate Se Esisto @ Tristan’s (30 August)
Dante Alighieri Societa' (Italian Cultural Society) presents the next Italian Film to be screened at Tristan's Place on Tuesday, 30 August at 18.30.
Scusate Se Esisto is a comedy screened in Italian with English subtitles. A film inspired by the story of real life architect Guendalina Salimei and her "Green Kilometer" project in Rome. 
Film synopsis: Serena Bruno is a brilliant architect who returns to Italy to pursue her dream and help people, but she struggles to convince her co-workers that they have to be more open-minded. This is a brilliant comedy by Riccardo Milani that shows you how to become someone by pretending to be someone else.
6.5/10 on IMDB and has won the Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists award. 
Entrance fee is $5, and Tristan’s will have a well-stocked bar and food available.
Trailer: <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pzCfye-cUPM>
For more info see the Facebook page <https://www.facebook.com/events/148695038903173> or contact Robyn on 0773365232

Blindsight @ Swallow Hill, Borrowdale (9 September)
"Soup and Movies" fundraising event for the Borrowdale Meditation Centre.
Blindsight is a documentary about a group of blind Tibetan teenagers who attempt to climb one of Mount Everest’s sister peaks.
Blind herself, German Sabriye Tenberken established a school for blind children in Tibet, in a culture that sees blindness as a curse, as evidence that a person did bad things in a previous life. Many of the children at the school have been shunned their whole lives, and at best, are a burden to their families. As part of their education, Tenberken shares with them the story of American Erik Weihenmayer, the first blind person to reach the summit of Mount Everest. She sends him a letter inviting him to come and visit her students. Instead, he comes up with a plan. He’ll arrange an expedition for them to climb 23,000 foot Lhakpa Ri and provide all the guides and equipment. Sabriye finds six willing participants and this is when the fun starts.
Friday, 9 September, 5.30 pm, $10 at the door
Venue: Home of Pam and Dave Sheehan, 29 Swallow Hill, Borrowdale.
For further information please contact Pam on <zimsheehans@gmail.com>. Please note that Dave and Pam will be out of email communications from 25 August to 4 September but will get back to you soon after should you have left an enquiry.
Want to know more? Please visit <http://www.torontoscreenshots.com/2006/09/15/blindsight>

CRAFT FAIRS & OTHER FAIRS



CLUBS & SOCIETIES


Zimbabwe German Society (September)
 
Blessing Chimanga, aka Bled, presents - Let the drums speak
Featuring Dudu Manhenga, Ndomupeishe Chipendo, Masa Carolen and  Batsirai Chigama.
Friday, 2 September, 7pm, cc/$5
 
Mangoma launches the Music According to Percussion (MAP)
Saturday, 3 September, 7pm, cc/$5
 
Call for Poets
8 weeks intense Online Poetry Writing and Performance Mentorship by John Eppel
  • Are you serious about improving your poetry writing and performance skills
  • Able to meet deadlines
  • Work under pressure
  • Have access to your email 24/7 (GMAIL)
  • Punctual
  • Serious about poetry
  • Great attitude is a bonus
Then this call is for you. No chancers!!! Respond with your Artist Profile and correct contact details
Limited space: Only 8 candidates will be selected
Please email <pr@goetheharare.org> by 30 August 2016
 
See Zimbabwe German Society Facebook page, <,">http://facebook.com/gzharare>, <http://facebook.com/gzharare> for more details.

Zimbabwe German Society, 51 Lawson Avenue, Milton Park, Harare.
For further information, please e-mail <mailto:pr@goetheharare.org>.
Cell: +263 773 222 314 | Tel : 263 4 705 753 / 796 836

WORKSHOPS & COURSES



CHARITY FUND-RAISING EVENTS


This section is for special arts-related events that don't fit into other categories and that are held primarily to raise funds for charity or other deserving causes. The Editor's decision will be final as to whether a notice will be included in this category.

Help yourself by Helping Others – Appeal for New and Good-quality Second-hand Goods
The charity wing of the Harare Buddhist Centre, Rokpa Support Network (RSN), is holding a sale on 1 October 2016 to raise funds for the Quendon Road Drop-in Centre and the Chitungwiza Mothers of Disabled Children's Centre, which primarily assists the ill and most vulnerable.
We are looking for any of the following items: electrical goods, kitchenware, furniture, machinery, clothes, etc., that you no longer need.
So have that clear-out you’ve been planning for months! RSN will be delighted to take those items you no longer need.
You can either deliver them to ROKPA CENTRE, 34 Quendon Road, Monavale, diagonally opposite the Italian Club, or call us and we will come and collect.  Call Wiseman on 04-2915493; 304 202; 0772 688 998 or email: <mailto:zimbabwe@rokpa.org> .

CLASSIFIEDS: ARTY THINGS WANTED OR FOR SALE


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