Arts Events List (Zimbabwe)
AEL as @ 14 September 2014
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Events on now, or starting on or before 28 September 2014

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

FESTIVALS
  • Shoko Festival @ Alex Sports Club (25–28 September)
DANCE
  • Twenty-Fifteen @ various locations in Harare (19, 23, 24 September)
  • Twenty-Fifteen @ Amakhosi Cultural Centre and Bulawayo Theatre (20, 21 September)
MUSIC
  • Cathy Mhlanga Debut Album Launch @ Alliance Française (18 September)
  • The Parlotones @ Borrowdale Race Course (26 September)
  • A Summer Night Concert with Selim Kagee @ Borrowdale Race Course (27 September)
  • Book Café (15–20 September)

Performing Arts Bulawayo [PAB] and the Academy [Bulawayo]
  • Apocalypse - World War I (15 September)
  • Apocalypse - World War I (17 September)
  • Braveheart (18 September)
  • Apocalypse - World War I (19 September)
  • Prokofiev: Ivan the Terrible - ballet (19 September)
  • The Peggy Morris Choir and Marimba Competition (24 September)
  • A Night at the Opera (25 September)
  • Rocking for Rhinos (26 September)
FINE ART & EXHIBITIONS
DRAMA, THEATRE & SPOKEN WORD
  • The Importance of Being Earnest @ Reps Theatre Upstairs (17–20, 24–27 September)
  • "Fires: A Necessary Evil?" @ Natural History Museum, Bulawayo (24 September)
CRAFT FAIRS & OTHER FAIRS
FILM
  • "The Dandelions" [Du vent dans mes mollets] @ Alliance française, Bulawayo (3 October)
CLUBS & SOCIETIES
  • Tree Society (September)
  • Zimbabwe German Society (September)
WORKSHOPS & COURSES
CHARITY FUND-RAISING EVENTS
  • Murder Mystery Dinner (27 September)
CLASSIFIEDS: ARTY THINGS WANTED OR FOR SALE
ZIMBABWE-RELATED EVENTS OUTSIDE ZIMBABWE


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CURRENT and FORTHCOMING EVENTS



FESTIVALS


Shoko Festival @ Alex Sports Club (25–28 September)
Shoko Festival is Zimbabwe's fastest growing international festival.
Set to happen from 25 to 28 September, Shoko 2014 will have Concerts, DJ Parties, a Comedy Night, a Poetry Slam, a Saturday Fiesta 'Fun Day' plus New Media Workshops, The Hub Awards and much, much more.
Full details here: <http://www.shokofestival.com>
Buy tickets here: <http://webtickets.co.zw/events/festival/shoko-festival/10876>


DANCE


Twenty-Fifteen @ various locations in Harare (19, 23, 24 September)
Written by the Sierra Leone born author Olufemi Terry, Twenty-Fifteen is combining many voices answering questions of a young generation regarding to growing up, being friends, sharing ideas, deciding what to do after school. 
Kuenda Productions is a multinational arts company featuring 17 artists and directors drawn from Zimbabwe, Switzerland, Germany, Uganda and France unite on stage in a music-dance-theatre performance.
Length: 1hour, Content: Dance, Theatre, Beatbox, Music, Video

19 September
Beit Hall, University of Zimbabwe
7pm, Admission: $3 kids/Students, $6 Adults

23 September
Shingirayi Youth Centre, Harare
2pm, Admission: Free 

24 September
Harare International School 
7pm, Admission: $5 kids $10 Adults 

For more information: <mailto: kuendaproductions@gmail.com>, <http://www.kuendaproductions.wordpress.com>
Facebook: Kuenda productions

Twenty-Fifteen @ Amakhosi Cultural Centre and Bulawayo Theatre (20, 21 September)
Alliance française de Bulawayo is delighted to bring the KUENDA project to Bulawayo. Do not miss the dates!
The intercontinental artists collective tells through dance, acting, video and music a story about a young generation now, about young people in, from and in-between Zimbabwe and Germany. Who is that young generation, the generation "twenty-fifteen"? What do they want? It does not matter whether they come from elite schools, middle-class families, townships or difficult suburb areas around major towns in Europe or Africa - virtually they travel around the whole globe. How is it in the concrete? How is it as an immigrant or emigrant, as a child of binational parents, as a wanderer between worlds or a person that never lived in another place? What is connecting, what is dividing? What happens emotionally and what happens with the own identity?
Urban Moves and Styles, contemporary dance, Bildbytes and Sounds, singing, live-music, vocal beatboxing, acting and stand-up-comedy are combined to a multi-narrative experience about the experiences and moods of the wandering between continents.
Where: Amakhosi Cultural Center and The Bulawayo Theatre.
When: An outdoor concert on Saturday, 20 September at 5pm @ Amakhosi Cultural Centre: R5.
The dancing and music performance, Sunday, 21 September at 5pm @ Bulawayo Theatre: $5

MUSIC


Cathy Mhlanga Debut Album Launch @ Alliance Française (18 September)
The "Song Prophetess" as she is otherwise known, Cathy Mhlanga is the epitome of a new generation of authentic, powerful music that is on the rise, not only in Zimbabwe or Southern Africa, but universally.
Cathy's music is designed to entice and stimulate the listener to consciousness. The vibration of her voice speaks volumes, with her acoustic sound she is indeed a very refreshing, soulful, eclectic talent. The self-taught guitarist and vocalist is the first of her kind to rise out of Zimbabwe
Thursday 18 September, 7:00pm, $5
Old Mutual Theatre, Alliance Française de Harare, 328 Herbert Chitepo Avenue, Harare, Zimbabwe

Book Café (15–20 September)

Mon 15, 6pm, BOOK CAFÉ OPEN MIC – So You Think You Got Talent?  Bring it on!  The hottest jam party in town: poets, comedians, singers, dancers, musicians, bands – come register with the MC before 6pm – FREE, All welcome!  ++Plus plus MONDAY BEER SPECIAL:  draught beer for $1 and '2for$3' on all local beers

Tue 16, 7pm, PRINCE MUSARURWA and VIRIMAYI & DZIVAREMBIRA – Modern and ancient mbira traditions: Celebrating 'Mbira Month'!! – FREE, ALL WELCOME!!   ++Plus plus TUESDAY BEER SPECIAL:  draught beer for $1 and '2for$3' on all local beers

Wed 17, 6pm, Wednesday FILM Club: KUMASOWE - by Silvanos Mudzvova. This film is not just satire, but also tackles serious issues of sexual and reproductive health in a didactic manner. Followed by discussion and Q&A. FREE, all welcome!
Wed 17, 8pm, Mbira month Special: VICTOR KUNONGA in a special one-off show playing mbira with members of the band 'Peace' joining him on stage - cc$10.  Table reservations 0772 484 634

Thu 18, 5.30-7pm, Artists' discussion: THE "ROLE OF ART IN HIV PREVENTION" – part of a research project being conducted in Zimbabwe, SADC and the world. Presented by Sankofa Arts Trust.  Free, All artists invited.
Thu 18, 8pm, 8pm, This month SIMUKA COMEDY bring a legend of Comedy to the stage: MICHAEL K – supported by Zim's top comedians, SIMBA THE COMIC KING, LONG JOHN and SEB DIESEL - and promise that, unlike the John Legend concert, it will be a legendary show!  cc$5

Fri 19, 7pm, Garden Stage: Mbira month special: MADENDERA KUMABVAZUVA back to back with DZIMBAWE MBIRA CREW *plus* surprize guests from Mawungira enHarira on stage! 7pm $3 early/$5 later.  ENTRY 6th ST GATE.
Fri 19, 8pm, Main Stage: BACK TO THE OLD SKOOL!!! A night of Old Skool, Soul, Funk & R'n'B featuring MACY& THE RED - cc $5.   PLUS: Special set menu $15 for 3 course candlelit dinner.  Table reservations 0772 484 634.

Sat 20, 1-5pm, Garden Stage: JIBILIKA – "Step Up 2 HIV Cypher" Hip-Hop, ZimDancehall Music and Dance - open to all urban, dance and beatbox artists: Bring it On!  Register now on 0773 591 356 - Free, all welcome! 

Sat 20, 2pm, Main Stage: **NEW** THE HOT BOX - A celebration of Zimbabwean hip-hop artists, while nurturing rising hip-hop acts with a new performance platform.  The FREE monthly show offers hip-hop artists and fans an Open Mic session, guest performances and a special slot 'Hip-hop Honeys'!  The Hot Box is hosted by female hip-hop artist and TV/radio presenter, Black Bird.  Free, all welcome!
Sat 20, 5.30pm, Garden Stage: MEYNIAK – CD launch show - cc$3
Sat 20, 8pm, Main Stage: DADZA D & HOTTA FIRE feat KINNAH - Two of the hottest reggae vocalists setting things ablaze both on radio and with their spectacular live performances come together for this Saturday night reggae party at Book Café. cc$5 
Sat 20, Garden Stage, 9pm - THE SECRET GARDEN PARTY! It's a new monthly party starting up at Book Cafe. This month featuring the band 'WERE': 'Zimbabwe's greatest undiscovered gem' and a special one-off DJ set from 'The Beat Viking' (Norway/Binga) *plus other secret appearances and performances and stuff we can't tell you about yet... you'll just have to find out for yourselves!  $5 advance tickets $10 at the gate (Entry on 6th Street).  ADVANCE TICKETS FROM BOOK CAFÉ BOOKSHOP

New 'no-smoking' zone in Book Café 'house'
Book Cafe is pleased to announce a new SMOKE-FREE ZONE within the building at 139 S.Machel Ave premises.
SMOKERS are welcome to smoke only in the leafy Garden, which is serviced by its own bar throughout the day and night, and beautiful at this time of year!

Bar specials
Mon-Tue : Draught beer for $1 and '2-for-$3' on all local beers and softdrinks.
Everyday : Selected shots @ $1.

Book Café bookshop
Opening hours: TUE-SAT - 11am-7pm

The New Book Café: 139 Samora Machel Ave, cnr. 6th Street, Harare. Tel. 086 440 66015.
For bookings – venue hire, music, catering – contact Daniel 0772 484 634.
Enquiries to <mailto:newbookcafe.harare@gmail.com>

The Parlotones @ Borrowdale Race Course (26 September)
We have had an awesome response to The Parlotones upcoming concert.  It seems that The Parlotones are both SA's and Zimbabwe's favourite band.  Early Bird and VIP tickets are sold out!  But the good news is that we still have plenty of advance tickets, available from our offices until 24 Sept., or buy at the gate from 5.30pm.
The Parlotones will be supported by three of Harare's top bands. We kick off at 6pm, with Finding Burt taking the sunset slot, followed by Macy and the Red (vibey reggae/pop), and then Evicted, the winners of the recent Battle of the Bands. The Parlotones will be on stage around 9pm. They will play for a full two hours, taking us through to 11.30pm, when we handover to our DJ.
Enquiries 0772-238715 or 0712-601107.

A Summer Night Concert with Selim Kagee @ Borrowdale Race Course (27 September)
Summer Night Concert promises a wonderful evening of entertainment for the whole family. We have a superb opening act from Bulawayo, the very laid back band "THE OUTFIT' whose rendition of John Legend's "All of Me" is quite amazing, followed by the COOL CROONERS – these old gentleman of jazz are sure to delight audiences, as they did at HIFA's opening show.
   Our guest artist is the enormously talented Tenor Selim Kagee. Many of you may have heard a sneak peek of Selim Kagee, singing the SA national anthem, if you watched the recent Aussie vs Bokke rugby match in Perth. The Peterhouse Senior Choir will accompany Selim on two of his songs, adding a very special dimension to his show.  Selim is a classically trained Tenor and will be performing with his pianist. He will be presenting a classical crossover programme with many contemporary songs like SURRENDER, CANT HELP FALLING IN LOVE, SOME ENCHANTED EVE, MI MANCHERA, CAN'T BUY ME LOVE, PARLA PIU PIANO (Godfather), LOVE ME TENDER, SWEET CAROLINE, O SOLE MIO, MOON RIVER, HAVE I TOLD YOU LATELY, CRY FOR LOVE, LET IT BE ME and more.
Summer Night Concert tickets available from Sound Event Management, at the DStv building in Avondale.
Gates open at 5pm, concert starts at 6pm. Advance tickets only. VIP tickets. Admission at gate $20. Children $10.
Enquiries 0772-238715 or 0712-601107.

The Phoenix goes 'POP' @ Chapman Golf Club (4, 5, 11, 12 October)
With the Harare Male Voice Choir.
Featuring numbers by Abba, The Beatles, The Carpenters, and many more.
Chapman Golf Club, Eastlea, Harare.  
Saturdays 4 & 11 October: 6.30 pm for 7.00 pm; Sundays 5 & 12 October: 11.30 for 12.00 noon.
Tickets (including 3-course meal): $25.00 from any choir member, or from Autoworld, Chisipite (tel. Judy 0712 631488), or Valdemeer's Belgian Chocolates, Arundel Village (tel. Lorna 301989).
Help lines: 0772 469 110; 0772 338 067

Barnyard Theatre: 80s vs 90s @ Italian Club (8–11 October)
The ever popular Barnyard Theatre returns to Harare to present "80s vs 90s", with four shows from 8 to 11 October, at the Italian Club in Avondale West.
Eighties and Nineties Pop Culture is rampant in our lives today, but when it comes to music - which decade rocked our world the most? The challenge is on! 80s vs. 90s is a fun look at both decades and a musical roller coaster for the audience. The talented cast revive songs from both decades, together with two hilarious hosts who are each fanatical about their favourite era! This show is a never-ending Juke Box that will take you on a ride through two decades of non-stop hits. Whether you're a 80s or 90s fan - you are bound to be rocked, dance till you drop, and sing out loud and be proud for the decade you love most! The eighties versus the nineties party is ready to rock and ready to roll!               
On-line bookings at boxoffice@dae.co.zw open now, tickets on sale from Monday, 15 September.
We have obtained all the necessary clearances and permits for our international artists and we are ready to rock Harare this Summer of Music!
<http://www.barnyardtheatres.co.za/default.aspx>

Performing Arts Bulawayo [PAB] and the Academy [Bulawayo]

Apocalypse - World War I (15 September)
Monday 15 September in the Robert Sibson Hall at 5.30 p.m. - in association with the Alliance Française
'Apocalypse World War I' is a new prime-time series for various television channels including France2, Knowledge and National Geographic covering the events of the First World War in five fifty-minute episodes.  Two will be shown on Monday and Wednesday, the final episode on Friday.
Episode 1 'Fury' explores the causes of the war and the German advance on Paris. As a German victory seems imminent, wartime enthusiasm turns to fear.
Episode 2 'Fear'  covers the Russian advance into Prussian territory and the Battle of the Marne. The battlefields become a living Hell.
Admission: Free

Apocalypse - World War I (17 September)
Wednesday 17 September in the Robert Sibson Hall at 5.30 p.m.  - in association with the Alliance Française
Episode 3 'Hell': By mid-1915 millions of men are caught in the snares of a gigantic war. In February 1916  the Germans launch a massive offensive at Verdun, and on 1 July the Battle of the Somme begins.
Episode 4 'Rage': Soldiers have reached breaking point and on the home front anger seethes as hunger stalks the population.
Admission: Free

Braveheart (18 September)
Thursday 18 September in the Robert Sibson Hall at 7.00 p.m.
The Scottish Referendum takes place on 18 September so 'Braveheart' seems an appropriate choice of film, portraying as it does William Wallace, the warrior who led the Scots in a war of independence against England seven centuries ago!
"A lavish, entertaining spectacle full of manly men, dastardly villains, rousing battles and women who easily see Mel's hero potential through all that messy hair."  [New York Daily News]
" 'Braveheart' is history the way it should be told, full of sex and treachery and battle and passion and Mel Gibson in a kilt."  [Flick Filosopher]
Admission: $3.00 [free to film members]    Supper available from 6.15 p.m. ($7.00)

Apocalypse - World War I (19 September)
Friday 19 September in the Robert Sibson Hall at 5.30 p.m.  - in association with the Alliance Française
Episode 5 'Deliverance': In Russia, Lenin sets the October Revolution in motion and in the west the Germans launch a great offensive in the spring of 1918 in a final attempt to secure victory.
Admission: Free

Prokofiev: Ivan the Terrible - ballet (19 September)
Friday 19 September in the Robert Sibson Hall at N.B. 7.00 p.m.
In 'Ivan the Terrible', Yuri Grigorovich has choreographed a visually dazzling, completely original work, a balletic telling of murder and intrigue at the court of Ivan the Terrible and of the doomed love of the tsar and his wife, Anastasia, beneath the dark gaze of the traitor Kurbsky. During the Bolshoi Ballet's visits to America, this ballet was one of the most enthusiastically received productions and it is performed here by the original cast of Yuri Vladimirov, Natalia Bessmertnova and Boris Akimov with the orchestra and corps de ballet of the Bolshoi Theatre.
Admission: $3.00  [free to Red Carpet members]    Dinner available during the interval ($10.00)

The Peggy Morris Choir and Marimba Competition (24 September)
Wednesday 24 September in the Robert Sibson Hall and Academy grounds from 9.30 a.m.
As last year, the Academy's annual competition features choirs and marimbas from both primary and secondary schools. There are no set pieces and every choir will sing two items, one in English, the other a vernacular language. The marimba competition will run simultaneously in the grounds. Last year the standard was very high and a morning of joyful and exuberant music-making is guaranteed!
Admission free

A Night at the Opera (25 September)
Thursday 25 September in the Robert Sibson Hall at 7.00 p.m.
Harpo Marx died fifty years ago on 28 September 1964 and 'A Night at the Opera' seems a suitable way to remember him. Universally considered to be one of the Marx Brothers' best films, it features some of their most famous routines - the crowded shipboard stateroom, the contract-tearing between Groucho and Chico, the rearranged furniture and bed-switching sequence to elude a private detective, the operatic finale (a lavish production number) with Harpo swinging Tarzan ape-like on stage fly-ropes in tune to Verdi's music - and sprinkled throughout, Groucho's zippy one-line insults and flirtations with his perennial nemesis, Margaret Dumont.
  • 'It is so funny; their sheer irreverence, exuberance and verbal comic genius are marvellous.'  [Guardian]
  • 'Guaranteed to have you giggling from one end of the musical scale to the other.'  [BBC.com]
Admission: $3.00 [free to film members]   Supper available from 6.15 p.m.

Rocking for Rhinos (26 September)
Friday 26 September in the Robert Sibson Hall at 6.30 p.m.
This concert featuring school choirs and music groups  is a fund-raiser for the Matobo Rhino Protection Initiative Trust and is organised by Girls' College in partnership with the Academy.

FINE ART & EXHIBITIONS


Art Exhibition @ Wingate Park Golf Club (26 October)
Wingate Park Golf Club will be holding its annual Art Exhibition on Sunday, 26 October from 9am to 3pm.
A great variety of exhibits from well-known and up-and-coming Zimbabwean artists will be on sale.  
As usual, all will be under cover with guarded parking, and there will be refreshments available on a donation basis, with bar and lunch available. There will be an entrance fee of $2. A percentage of takings will go to charity.
Directions: Only 10 minutes from Borrowdale Village – proceed along Alpes Road off Harare Drive in the direction of Wild Geese Lodge for approx 4km. Wingate Club is on the right.

DRAMA, THEATRE & SPOKEN WORD


The Importance of Being Earnest @ Reps Theatre Upstairs
(17–20, 24–27 September)
A Trivial Comedy for Serious People by Oscar Wilde
English set-book for 2014 and 2015
Reps Theatre Upstairs, 17–20, 24–27 September at 7.00 p.m. Matinees – Saturdays at 2.30 p.m.
Tickets $10.00 for Adults and $5.00 for Scholars. Book at the Spotlight.

"Fires: A Necessary Evil?" @ Natural History Museum, Bulawayo (24 September)
"Fires: a necessary evil?". A talk by Mr Geoff Calvert.
The right time of the year to have a talk on the good and bad of fires in forests and woodlands.
Natural History Museum Auditorium, Wednesday, 24 September at 5:30pm: FREE

The End of the World in Borrowdale Brooke @ Alliance française (30 September – 4 October)
Theatre to make you laugh till you cry. She's coming back.
Remember My Big Fat Shona Wedding, with the recently rich, upwardly mobile Mrs Mupasa of Borrowdale Brooke? In a brand-new act, she  will be back on stage at the Alliance française at the end of this month in a bumper two-part comedy: The End of the World in Borrowdale Brooke (don't miss out this time round – you may not get a second chance!!), and a bonus Mrs Mupasa's Sunrise, an election experience like no other.
Starring Privillage Mutandera and other well-known actors, directed by Simbarashe Masusela, written by Elinor Kennedy.
September 30 – October 4 nightly at 7.00.p.m Saturday matinee at 2.0 pm.
Tickets at the door from $10 concessions, $8 for pensioners and HIFA amigos.

CRAFT FAIRS & OTHER FAIRS



FILM


"The Dandelions" [Du vent dans mes mollets] @ Alliance française, Bulawayo (3 October)
Rachel, a shy little 9-year-old, loved by her father and stifled by a possessive mother, meets Valérie, a fearless and shameless girl of her age. With her new friend, she engages in profanity, indecency and nonsense, and opens up to life. A wonderfully funny and touching movie for most of the family.
Alliance française garden, under the stars. Bring your chairs, snacks and drinks: anything you need to feel comfortable!
Friday, 3 October at 6:30pm. (lasts 1h30): FREE!
A cab will even be provided by AF for those needing transport to return to town.

CLUBS & SOCIETIES


Tree Society (September)

Sunday, 21 September
Visit to Canon Kopje, Mutoroshanga, by kind permission of Alex Hangartner.
On this visit we will look for the Swamp Forest. For those interested in sharing vehicles, we will meet at CABS Head Office at Northridge Park in Borrowdale at 7.30 am, for a prompt 7.45 departure. Those who wish to travel directly may ring 745263 for directions.

Saturday, 27 September
Visit to Val d'Or by kind permission of Bill Clarke.
For those who wish to car-share the meeting point is CABS Head Office at Northridge Park in Borrowdale. Meet 13.15 for a prompt 13.30 departure. Those who wish to travel directly may ring 745263 for directions.

Zimbabwe German Society (September)

Kaffee Deutsch (19 September)
This is a social afternoon where German speakers with different levels of proficiency get to socialise and communicate in German to practice the language. The event is available free of charge and is open to both Zimbabwe German Society students and those interested in the language.
19 September, ZGS, 4.30pm. Admission free.

ZGS Book Club Launch ( (25 September)
The Zimbabwe German Society is happy to announce that it is going to begin a book club on the last Thursday of every month when we shall be reading an exciting mix of Zimbabwean and German literature, arranging discussions and interviews with authors, and encouraging debate. The first meeting will discuss Destiny by Virginia Phiri and the book is available for loan at the ZGS library.
25 September, 4.30pm - 6.00pm. Admission ZGS (1 year) Membership $20
 
Tendai Mufunda Art Exhibition  (30 September)
Tendai Mufunda's art exhibition fuses performing arts and visual arts. With the aid of jazz and mbira music Tendai exhibits her fine work accompanied by sound that speaks out the intensity of her art pieces.  
30 September, ZGS,  6.30pm. Admission $5

All events are held at Zimbabwe German Society, 51 Lawson Avenue, Milton Park, Harare, unless otherwise stated.
For further information, please e-mail <mailto:info@goetheharare.org>.


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.

Murder Mystery Dinner (27 September)
A Vintage Murder – you are invited to the home of a wine connoisseur in his French Chateau in 1937 only to find he has been murdered in his own vat of wine.  Who is the murderer?
   Come along on Saturday, 27 September 6.30pm and find out who did it. Tables of 8 people. Once booked, you will be given your character and costume ideas. You  will be guided throughout the evening.
   Cost is $75 per person, which includes a delicious French style 3-course meal, wines within beautiful setting in The Venue, Avondale. It's a hilarious evening and really enjoyable! And for a great cause - all profits to KidzCan.
For more information or to reserve your table, please email <mailto:nancybenham@aol.com> or text/whatsapp 0772 127214.  Seats are selling fast!

CLASSIFIEDS: ARTY THINGS WANTED OR FOR SALE


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