Arts Events List (Zimbabwe)
AEL as @ 19 April 2015
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Events on now, or starting on or before 3 May 2015

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

ARTS FESTIVALS
  • HIFA (28 April – 3 May):
    • HIFA2015 programme
    • HIFA Box Office opening times
    • Workshops at HIFA 2015
DANCE
  • HIFA Dance Performances and Workshops
MUSIC
  • Oscar Huetter (Cello) and Jeanette Micklem @ Arundel Chapel (26 April)
  • Book Café (20–26 April)
  • Walter Klauss (New York): Organ Recital @ Anglican Cathedral (3 May)

Performing Arts Bulawayo [PAB] and the Academy [Bulawayo]
  • Pretty Woman (23 April)
  • Auber: Marco Spada (24 April)
FINE ART & EXHIBITIONS
  • Gallery Delta – 40 years: Past and Present (to mid-May)
DRAMA, THEATRE & SPOKEN WORD
  • Open Book Club @ Book Café (23 April)
  • A Tribute To Rupert Brooke @ Theo’s House of Coffees (23 April)
CRAFT FAIRS & OTHER FAIRS
FILM
CLUBS & SOCIETIES
  • Alliance française (April)
  • Zimbabwe German Society (April)
WORKSHOPS & COURSES
CHARITY FUND-RAISING EVENTS
CLASSIFIEDS: ARTY THINGS WANTED OR FOR SALE
ZIMBABWE-RELATED EVENTS OUTSIDE ZIMBABWE


Future Festivals – 2015

Harare International Festival of the Arts (HIFA): "Articulate" 28 April – 3 May <mailto:info@hifa.co.zw>
International Images Film Festival for Women (IIFF)
: " Women Alive: Women of Heart!" 14–22 August <mailto: wfoz@icapatrust.org>
Shoko Festival 24–26 September <http://www.shokofestival.com/about>

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CURRENT and FORTHCOMING EVENTS



ARTS FESTIVALS


HIFA: Harare International Festival of the Arts (28 April – 3 May)

The HIFA2015 programme
It can be viewed online at, and downloaded from:
ISSUU: <http://issuu.com/hifa/docs/hifa_2015_programme>
Google Drive: <http://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_7zHrnud5ZEaVFJdFFJRm5xa0U/view>
Dropbox: <http://www.dropbox.com/s/3xom5lt9631bg5y/HIFA_2015_Programme.pdf?dl=0>

More information continually available on:
Facebook: <http://www.facebook.com/officialhifa>
Twitter: <http://twitter.com/hifa_Official>
Hifa’s Website: <http://www.hifa.co.zw>

HIFA Box Office opening times
The Stanbic Bank iWay Africa Portnet Corporation HIFA Box Offices are at
Avondale shopping centre (in front of Nando’s), and
Harare Gardens (along Julius Nyerere Way, next to Crowne Plaza Monomotapa Hotel).

The Box Offices are open daily, 9:00 a.m. – 5.00 p.m.

To avoid creating long queues at the HIFA Box Offices, please follow our simple steps:
1. Know what shows you would like to see, and, on the off-chance that the show you want to see is sold out, please have a second option ready!
2. Bring hats, sunscreen, lots of water, folding chairs and a sense of humour.

Workshops at HIFA 2015
HIFA is offering a mix of exciting workshops with informative and thought-provoking demonstrations and talks on business, networking, theatre, music, dance, and craft and design.
To find out more about these workshops and to get involved, pick up a HIFA programme, or visit the website at <http://www.hifa.co.zw>, and to sign up for workshops email <mailto:workshops@hifa.co.zw>.

Shoko Festival (24–26 September)

Call for applications (deadline 1 June)
Shoko Festival is inviting all talented poets, singers, emcees, b-boys, deejays, film makers, producers, musicians or fashion designers, to apply to be considered for the 2015 Edition, which will be held from 24 to 26 September.
The Application form is available for download at <http://www.shokofestival.com>
Deadline for applications is 1 June 2015. Successful applicants will be contacted with the necessary details.
Young dynamic, fun artists should apply now to be part of Zimbabwe’s most dynamic international urban arts festival.

DANCE


HIFA Dance Performances and Workshops

Performances

Afrikera Dance Ensemble/Jackie Manyaapelo (Double bill)
Collision: Raramo and Satisfaction Index
Performance at Reps: Tuesday, 28 April; Show 1pm
 
KarlsenPratt - Woodlands/We bleed the same colour
Performances dates at Reps:
We bleed the same colour: Tuesday 28 April ; Show 5pm
Woodlands: Wednesday 29 April; Show 1pm
 
Twenty Fifteen
Performance dates at Reps: Wednesday Show 10 am
 
MIDM “Ngisizwe”
Tech and Performances dates at Reps:
Tuesday, 28 April; Show 9:15pm
Thursday, 30 April; Show 9pm
 
Breakthrough
Performance dates at Reps: Wednesday 29 April; Show 4pm
 
Tumbuka
Performance dates at Reps: Friday 1st May;Show 2pm
 
Birdgang (UK)
Performances dates at Reps: Friday 1st May; Show 9pm
Saturday 2nd May; Show 10am
 
Kinkini
Performance dates at Reps: Saturday 2 May; Show 4pm
 
National Ballet/Rolx
Techs and Performances dates at Reps:
Saturday 2 May April;  Show 1pm
Sunday 3 May; Show 2pm    

Workshops timetable at DTZ (National Ballet) and Youth Zone

NB: These workshops target the Zimbabwean dance community and the international dance companies (i.e. professionals, semi-professionals, dance students)

Monday 27 April: 9am – 11 am
Afro Urban: Antonio Bukhar – Uganda

Tuesday 28 April: 9am – 11am
Tap dance: Adv/Intermediate
Jessie Sawyers - USA
AT YOUTH ZONE STAGE
NB: Please note that for non-accredited dancers access to youth zone is $6 general day pass with access to Coca Cola green

Wednesday 29 April: 9am – 10:30 am
Contemporary: Jackie Manyaapelo - SA

Thursday 30 April: 9am – 10:30am
Contemporary: Shi Pratt – USA/Norway
10:30 – 12:30 pm
Afro-Contemporary: Moving into Dance Mophatong - SA

Friday 1 May: 9am – 11am
Aahehop (hiphop fusion): Birdgang Crew - UK

MUSIC


Oscar Huetter (Cello) and Jeanette Micklem @ Arundel Chapel (26 April)
Cellist Oscar Huetter, with Jeanette Micklem, will perform at Arundel Chapel at 3:00pm on Sunday, 26 April.
Tea and refreshments will be provided after the recital courtesy of the Austrian Honorary Consul.
Minimum Donation at the door: $5
The programme will be as follows:
  • Ludwig van Beethoven: From Mozart´s Opera “The Magic Flute”  Variations on the theme “Bei Männern, welche Liebe fühlen” for piano and cello.
  • Johannes Brahms:  Sonata in e minor for piano and cello, Op. 38
  • Anton Webern: Two romantic pieces for cello and piano (1899)
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Andantino for cello and piano in B flat major KV 374g
  • Franz Schubert:  Selection of Lieder for cello and piano:“Ave Maria“
    • “An die Musik”
    • “Ständchen”
  • Fritz Kreisler:
    • “Liebesfreud”
    • “Liebesleid”

Book Café (20–26 April)

Mon 20, 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 – Artists to register with the MC before 6pm – FREE, ALL WELCOME!   ++ Plus plus MONDAY BEER SPECIAL: '2for$3' on all local beers!

Tues 21, 7pm, TUES-JAZZ with ‘THE TAFFIBASS PROJECT’: The Tuesday night showcase series continues, featuring emerging young Zimbabwean urban pop n’ Jazz artists, Taffi Marova & more – cc$5

Wed 22, 6pm, Wednesday Film Club presents: FREE Film Screening - The latest and best films, documentaries and shorts from Zimbabwe and around the world. Mix and mingle with Zimbabwe's dynamic young community of filmmakers. FREE, all welcome!
Wed 22, 7pm, Garden Stage: THE FUNK SOUL BROTHER – a cool mix of funk, soul, reggae and old skool with DJ IRIE LION – Free!
Wed 22, 8pm, Main Stage:  GARY TIGHT – back-to-back with RAS CALEB (“Tokwe Mukosi”), backed by the Tight family  - cc$5

Thu 23, 6pm, Main stage: QUEEN MASHIE - CD Launch. Free, all welcome!
Thu 23, 6pm, (Garden Office)-  HARARE OPEN BOOK CLUB - The Circle by David Eggers - "It's not clear whether The Circle is intended as a satire of the present or a dystopian vision of the near future. Eggers's writing is so fluent, his ventriloquism of tech-world dialect so light, his denouement so enjoyably inevitable that you forgive the thin characterisation and implausibility of what is really a clever concept novel….” - The Guardian
Thu 23, 7pm, Garden Stage: EVANS MAPFUMO: SOLO – A fresh, dynamic sound rooted in the cross-cutting rhythms and powerful vocal traditions of Africa.  Free, all welcome.
Thu 23, 8pm, QUEEN MASHIE -  with music from her latest album and featuring AMMARA BROWN & BRENDON MVURA, this is a show you don't want to miss! cc$5

Fri 24, 7pm, Garden Stage: MBIRA GARDEN: with NYAMASVISVA & MAWUNGIRA ENHARIRA  - Opening with MADENDERA ekuMABVAZUVA - a great performance of traditional mbira music – a popular show for mbira-lovers and a must-see for all visitors to Harare. cc$5 (Entry from 6th St gate)
Fri 24, 8pm, Main Stage: ALEXIO KAWARA - 8pm, ALEXIO & SHADES OF BLACK - Urban soul from this Zimbabwe crowd favourite, delivering a great show of soulful contemporary African music. cc

Sat 25, 1-5pm,  JIBILIKA - The fastest growing monthly urban arts platform back. Set for Saturday 25th of April at the Book Cafe in the Garden. It promises to be yet another high energy intrigue with performances from hip hop and dancehall dance groups, beatboxers and some singers coupled with positive messages on HIV/AIDS. Brought to you by Jibilika Dance Trust in partnership with Pamberi Trust and supported by the US Embassy's United States President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR).   Interested artists can register on the day to perform – FREE, ALL WELCOME!
Sat 25, 7pm, Garden Stage: SECRET GARDEN PARTY - DJs LDZA, LAZA'R'US, LUTULI, LENI and more. cc$5
Sat 25, 8pm, Main Stage: TRANSIT CREW - Roots Rock Reggae!  A music crew in transit for 27 years, featuring great reggae artists including veterans Munya Nyemba (bass), Samaita Zindi (guitar); the return of Mannex Motsi (vocals), and Cello Culture, Mr Victor and J Boss – a delight for reggae-lovers across the board - cc$5 

Sunday 26, 2-7pm, THE DUB POETS SOCIETY - strictly rub-a-dub!  Zimbabwe's only regular weekly dub poetry session, featuring popular poets and supported by a live band ‘HOUSE OF STONE’ - FREE!

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>

Walter Klauss (New York): Organ Recital @ Anglican Cathedral (3 May)
Sunday, 3 May at 4pm on the recently overhauled Norman and Beard (1907) Organ of the Anglican Cathedral (2nd Street).
Works by Bach, Buxtehude, Langlais, Boellmann, Mulet and others.
Tickets at the door $10 (concessionary $5). Guarded parking.
Enquiries to <mailto:rchard@zol.co.zw>.

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

Pretty Woman (23 April)
Thursday 23 April at 7.00 p.m. in the Robert Sibson Hall
'Pretty Woman' centres on a beautiful Hollywood prostitute Vivian Ward (Julia Roberts) who is hired by Edward Lewis (Richard Gere), a wealthy businessman, to be his escort for several business and social functions. Originally intended to be a dark cautionary tale about class and prostitution in Los Angeles, the film was reconceived as romantic comedy and became one of the most successful entries in the romantic comedy genre, not least financially with an estimated gross income of over $450 million!
'It is a rare thing to get to see an actress becoming a star in a single movie, but that is exactly what we witness happening with Julia Roberts in "Pretty Woman". Playing, a down-on-her-luck prostitute, Roberts doesn't so much exude warmth and charisma as she embodies it.'  [Q Network Film Desk]
Admission: $3.00 [free to film members]  Supper available from 6.15 p.m. - must be ordered in advance.

Auber: Marco Spada (24 April)
Friday 24 April at 6.30 p.m. in the Robert Sibson Hall
Re-created by French choreographer Pierre Lacotte, 'Marco Spada' is a fresh and joyful swashbuckling ballet full of devilish intrigue! The original ballet, which premiered in 1857, never found much of an audience partly because it relied heavily on mime and, although billed as a comedy, culminated in the protagonist's death. Lacotte, who kept the ending but ditched most of the mime, recreated the ballet for Rudolf Nureyev, and the imprint of this legendary dancer is unmistakable in the 'insanely difficult choreography with its exhausting leap sequences, ridiculously fast and repetitious beats and countless chains of pirouettes which maintains a punishing pace for all three acts, giving the dancers ample opportunity to display their exceptional skills.'
Admission: $3.00  [free to Red Carpet members]  Dinner available during the interval ($10.00) - must be ordered in advance.

The First Great Train Robbery (7 May)
Thursday 7 May in the Robert Sibson Hall at 7.00 p.m.
In 1855, Edward Pierce (Sean Connery) plans to do something that has never been done - rob a moving train. His target is the monthly shipment of gold destined for the Crimea where British soldiers are fighting the Russians. The £25,000 in gold is stored in two locked Chubb safes that require four separate keys to be opened. Once in hand, they will need to find a way to break into the luggage compartment where the safes are located, off-load the gold and then go about their merry way without being caught. It doesn't quite go as planned but a good thief always has a back-up plan...
'One of the pleasures of The First Great Train Robbery is the way it's firmly in the Victorian period. The costumes and the art direction are right, Crichton peppers his dialogue with no doubt authentic Victorian underworld phraseology, and, for the climactic train robbery scene, they've even built an entire working train.' [Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times]
Admission: $3.00 [free to Film members]   Supper available from 6.15 p.m.

A Tribute to Tchaikovsky: Royal Opera House Winter Gala (8 May)
Friday 8 May in the Robert Sibson Hall at 6.30 p.m.
The 1993 Winter Gala Concert at the Royal Opera House celebrated the music of Tchaikovsky in the year that marked the centenary of his death. He was born 175 years ago on 7 May, and that seems a good excuse to show the concert which features  Plácido Domingo, Dmitri Hvorostovsky, Kiri Te Kanawa, Darcey Bussell & Irek Mukhamedov amongst many others and includes excerpts from 'The Nutcracker', 'Sleeping Beauty', 'Eugene Onegin', 'The Queen of Spades' and more, as well as music by Puccini, Rachmaninov and Rimsky-Korsakov - and the 1812 Overture conducted by Plácido Domingo!
'.a dazzling evening in the company of a galaxy of stars from The Royal Ballet and the Royal Opera. .an unsurpassable celebration of opera and ballet.'  [Daily Telegraph]
Admission: $3.00 [free to Red Carpet members]  Dinner available during the interval ($10.00)

FINE ART & EXHIBITIONS


Gallery Delta – 40 years: Past and Present (to mid-May)
An exhibition of paintings, graphics and sculptures by many prominent artists of past and present to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Gallery Delta.
Exhibition duration until mid-May.
Sponsored by the Sweden/European Union/Culture Fund Partnership, and Yuriko Uehara & Daniel Plas.
Live performance by Hope Masike.

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


Open Book Club @ Book Café (23 April)
The book is “The Circle”, by David Eggers
Thursday, 23 April at 6pm at the Book Cafe
Available on Kindle, and there’s one copy in the Book Cafe Bookshop for whoever gets there first!
"It's not clear whether The Circle is intended as a satire of the present or a dystopian vision of the near future. Eggers's writing is so fluent, his ventriloquism of tech-world dialect so light, his denouement so enjoyably inevitable that you forgive the thin characterisation and implausibility of what is really a clever concept novel. As soon as the novel appeared, corners of cultural chatter-sphere lit up in typical, fissiparous mode: commentators both "smiling" and "frowning" (to borrow Circle terms); some happy to take the ride; others perplexed that an author as hip as Eggers should be conservative on social media; others still mocking the daft idea that the infinitely disputatious internet might be subsumed into any unified programme." Alexander Linklater, The Guardian.

A Tribute To Rupert Brooke @ Theo’s House of Coffees (23 April)
A Tribute To Rupert Brooke, a century on! A supper theatre evening with a difference, commemorating the 100th anniversary of the death of one of the greatest war poets, Rupert Brooke, who died aged only 28 on 23 April 1915, with readings of his poems, an outline of his life and an analysis of his lasting greatness, presented by Zane Lucas, Sue Evans, Sam Brakarsh and Larry Greeff.
Thursday, 23 April – arrive 6pm for a 6.15pm start
167 Enterprise Road, also known as Theo’s House of Coffees, entry - $5 per person
Catering – 167’s wonderful Thursday curry supper is available after the performance at $10 per person.
Entertainment – Harare’s favourite songbird Mande Snyman will entertain after the performance, with her selection of pop and soft rock … and maybe with something that Rupert himself would enjoy!
To ensure there is sufficient seating and catering, please let us know if you are planning to be there, advising if you are there for the performance only or for performance and supper: E-mail <mailto:aquarius@iwayafrica.co.zw>  or call 0737 694383.

CRAFT FAIRS & OTHER FAIRS



FILM



CLUBS & SOCIETIES


Alliance française (April)

Jane Marimo and Simba Band (with the dancing crew) (24 April)
Friday, 24 April, 7:30pm
Formerly based in Denmark, Jane Marimo brings her band to perform music with Afro-jazz, Rhumba and traditional elements.
Old Mutual Theatre, $7
 
Comexposed 2015 (25 April)
Saturday, 25 April, 9am – 5pm
The Zimbabwe Comic book Convention with Guest Speakers Ayodele Elegba (Nigeria), Nqobizitha Mlilo, Claire Dongo, Carl Ncube, Limbikani Makoni, Shingai Mtezo and Danai “Michonne” Gurira via teleconference.
Featuring Comics, Cosplay, Games and Movies
And Artist Alley, Art Education Institutions, All Day Workshop, Panel Discussions and 100% Zim Heroes
Old Mutual Theatre, $3 ($1 if you are in cosplay)

Adrian Muparutsa (25 April)
Saturday 25 April, 7:30pm
Jazz trained musician hailing from a rich musical family tradition performs for the first time in in the Old Mutual theatre in a show that crosses the traditional lines of genre
Old Mutual Theatre, $10

Alliance Française de Harare, 328 Herbert Chitepo Avenue, Harare. tel.: +263 (0)4 704 801/ 704 795

Zimbabwe German Society (April)
 
Alexio and the Shades of Black (23 April)
Alexio and the Shades of Black produces a blend of Afro-centric music that is sure to get you on your feet and ready to dance
Thursday, 23 April, 8pm. CC: $5

Kaffee Deutsch (24 April)
Kafee Deutsch is a hub for German speakers to meet and mingle. It is a German  language meetup designed to practice speaking the language. All ages and levels are welcome
Friday 24 April, 4:30pm-5:30pm. CC: Free
 
Green Coat Space @51 Presents: D-Block (24 April)
D-Block  is an up and coming rapper. She is an electrifying performer and lyricist who provides though provoking lyrics accompanied with music that is sure to get your head nodding and your fists bumping. Featuring will be the likes of Tinashe Makura who headlined last month’s Green Coat Space @ 51 and received rave reviews; Vera who is well known as an expert vocalist and musician and Yolanda Hassan who is also an accomplished vocalist.
Friday 24 April, 7pm. CC: $5
 
Munyaradzi Nyamarebvu: Songs on My Debut Album (25 April)
“Songs  on my Debut Concert” is a highlight of songs on Munyaradzi Nyamarebvu’s  upcoming album entitled “Ndiri Ngoda”. Ndiri Ngoda is Munyaradzi’s first album and is a compilation of 10 tracks that blend together to create a masterpiece full of afroc-entric rhythmic vibe. This will be his first performance back from Jamaram and Acoustic Night Allstars' Album Release Tour of their new album "Heavy Heavy" in Germany.
Saturday, 25 April, 7pm. CC: $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:pr@goetheharare.org>.
Cell: +263 773 222 314 | Tel : 263 4 705 753 / 796 836
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WORKSHOPS & COURSES



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