UNWIND Pizza Thursday
join Namibian singer/songwriter Doris Chandre Eiman on Thursday, 8 June at the La Broncante restaurant for Unwind Pizza Thursday.
Doris made her debut at Song Night in 2014, where she caught the attention of many music lovers with her smooth sultry vocals. She is well-known for her dynamic vocals and her sexy interpretation of well-known songs.
The entrance fee for Unwind Pizza Thursday is N$30. Book your seat now at 081 621 8395. The show starts at 18h30 and finishes at 21h00.
Fresh Prince of Okakarara
The comedy show, Fresh Prince of Okakarara: RELOADED, is set place at the National Theatre of Namibia (NTN) on Friday, 9 June.
The show marks the return to the stage of Mark Karihauua, after an eight month hiatus.
The show is his no holds barred take on life, politics, modern relationships and dealing with both the good and bad of being a black millennial. The show will begin at 19h00 and finishes at 21h00. Tickets are available at NTN for N$150.
DancN Heels Namibia
DancN Heels Namibia is set to continue its lessons for beginners and the more experienced, wishing to learn how to dance in high heels at the Old Power Station on Saturday, 10 June.
Although, wearing heels is not a requirement, and males are welcome. DancN Heels empowers the individual to accentuate their bodies, gain confidence and find comfort in their moves. You are welcome to join the lessons at the DancN Heels Power Poise Fitness & Wellness Studio.
The cost is N$50 per person and the classes take place between 10h00 and 11h00. No prior bookings are required. However, you can contact Nikhita Winkler for monthly bookings at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bottomless Coffee Band
After a hugely successful concert at the Warehouse Theatre in 2016, the married multi-instrumentalist duo, Bottomless Coffee Band (BCB), is returning on 13 and 14 June at 20h00.
Shortly after their 2016 Namibia tour, Bottomless Coffee Band embarked on a two-month tour of Europe and the UK, playing shows in Belgium, The Netherlands, London and a week-long stint at the infamous Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Since their return from abroad, BCB have completed four successful tours in their native South Africa and have begun work on their new album, which is set to be released during the second half of 2017. Their show promises some new material and a number of entertaining stories from the road.
Advance tickets (N$120) are available at the Warehouse Theatre during office hours from Monday to Saturdays or afterhours from Tuesdays to Saturdays until 21h00.
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