Arts Events List

AEL as @ 30 August 2010
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Forthcoming events over the next two weeks

Fuller details and later events below. Events are in Harare unless stated otherwise.


DANCE MUSIC

  • DSA Fund Raising Concert @ HIS (2 September)
  • Marden Singers @ Dandaro (3 September) and Arundel School (4 September)
  • Book Caf & Mannenberg (to 4 September)
  • Jazz Concert @ ZGS (8 September)
  • The Lounge @ Indaba Book Caf, Bulawayo (17 September)

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

  • Mascagni: Cavalleria Rusticana & Leoncavallo: Pagliacci (3 September)
  • Ali Keita (balafon) (7 September)
  • South Pacific (9 September)
  • Tannhuser (17 September)

FINE ART & EXHIBITIONS

  • Exhibition: Private art collections @ The Gallery
  • Gwanza Month of Photography @ National Gallery of Zimbabwe (to 5 September)

DRAMA, THEATRE & SPOKEN WORD

  • 2010 National Invitational One-Act Play Festival @ Reps Theatre (3 and 4 September)
  • Fragile @ Theatre in the Park (to 4 September)
  • Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat @ Reps (1425 September)

FILM

  • Autumn Crocus @ The Mannenberg (1 September)

CRAFT FAIRS & OTHER FAIRS

  • The Secret Garden Cervical Cancer Awareness Fundraiser @ [email protected] (10 September)

WORKSHOPS & COURSES

  • Natural History Symposium @ ZGS (5 September)
  • Workshop: Living in the The Golden Age: Approaching 2012 (11 September)

CLUBS & SOCIETIES

  • Mukuvisi Woodland Association (5 September)
  • Northwood Floral Group (11 September)

CLASSIFIEDS: ARTY THINGS WANTED OR FOR SALE EVENTS OUTSIDE ZIMBABWE

  • Chaz Maviyane-Davies: “Collateral Damage” @ Chestnut Hill, MA, USA (1 September 15 October)


FUTURE FESTIVALS 2010
International Images Film Festival for Women (IIFF): Harare: 1927 November; Bulawayo: 24 December
Vic Falls Fest: Victoria Falls: 3031 December <[email protected]>


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DANCE


Starlight Dancing @ Ballet Centre (29 September 2 October)
This annual production will be staged in the garden at the Ballet Centre, 109 East Road (next door to the back of REPS Theatre) Avondale.
Senior dancers from various Harare-based dancing studios plus the Dance Trust of Zimbabwe’s National Ballet, Tumbuka Dance Company, Dance Foundation Course and Outreach team will be participating. The programme will feature acrobatic, ballet, contemporary, hip hop, line, modern and tap dancing – something for everyone.
“Starlight Dancing” will have only four performances this year:
Wednesday and Thursday, 29 and 30 September, and Friday and Saturday 1 and 2 October at 7pm.
Adults: US$10; Pensioners and Children under 12 US$5. Pay at the gate – no advance booking.
The gate will be open from 6pm. The public is invited to bring their families, folding chairs and drinks and enjoy the dancing under the stars. Hot dogs, chips, etc., will be on sale, and guards will be provided for parked cars.
Tel: 336776 for further information.


An Afternoon of Dance @ Reps Theatre (3 October)
The Dance Trust of Zimbabwe is proud to present “An afternoon of dance” featuring ten dancers from the South African Ballet Theatre, who will perform excerpts from “Swan Lake”, plus top dancers from the National Ballet, Tumbuka, the Dance Foundation Course and guest artists.
When? Sunday, 3 October, at 2.30pm
Where? Reps Theatre
Cost? US$15; Pensioners and children under 12 US$10.
Book at the Spotlight from 4 September.


MUSIC


DSA Fund Raising Concert @ HIS (2 September)
The DSA (Diplomatic Spouses’ Association in Zimbabwe) invites you to its Gala Evening – the fundraising event, which will consist of a piano concert of the DSA’ President and the wife of the Russian Ambassador to Zimbabwe, Larisa Kryukova, and of the representatives of the Diplomatic Corps.
There will be an auction of pictures by Zimbabwean artists and by two artists from the Russian and Greek communities. All money raised from the auction of pictures will go to the artists, who need our support, and the money raised by the entrance ticket sales
will go to the DSA charity projects.
Fund Raising Concert with the DSA Members and Representatives of the Diplomatic Corps on Thursday, 2 September at 7.00 p.m.
at the theatre of the Harare International School
Admission: $10.00 per person. Cash Bar.
By attending this event you will not only enjoy your evening but will make an outstanding charitable contribution to the Welfare projects supported by the DSA. More information from <mailto:[email protected]>.


Marden Singers @ Dandaro (3 September) and Arundel School (4 September)
The Marden Singers proudly present a Concert of Sacred Music and Readings from the Psalms.
Come and enjoy a beautiful and uplifting presentation which includes excerpts from Bach’s St John Passion, Howard Goodall’s Love Divine, John Rutter’s The Lord is My Shepherd, the Kyrie Eleison from Faur’s Messe Basse, and more.
Featuring some of our country’s finest soloists and instrumentalists.
6.00 pm at Dandaro on Friday, 3 September, entry free;
3.00 pm at Arundel School Chapel on Saturday, 4 September, entry $5, includes refreshments.


Book Caf & Mannenberg (to 4 September)
Fife Avenue Shopping Mall (upstairs), cnr. Fife Ave. / 6th Street, Harare (access upstairs parking from 6th St)
Tel. 0914 435 272; e-mail: <mailto:[email protected]>, Website: <http://www.zimbabwearts.org>

BOOK CAF
TUE 31, 5.30pm, THE DEBATE Should Africa Cooperate with the International Criminal Court?
TUE 31, 8pm, HOPE MASIKE a fresh fusion of traditional mbira music & jazz
WED 01, 8pm, HOT LIVE MUSIC! Details TBA.
THU 02, 8pm, ALEXIO & SHADES OF BLACK, winning the hearts of Zimbabweans with hits from his latest afro pop album ‘Kana’
FRI 03, 5.30pm, MACINTOSH Mbira: by ‘The Peacemaker’ (Bocapa 2008 winner)
FRI 03, 8pm, MAWUNGIRA ENHARIRA one of Zimbabwe’s leading mbira groups, deeply traditional but always versatile!
SAT 04, 2-5pm, HOUSE OF HUNGER POETRY SLAM Come feel the Energy, All poets welcome!
SAT 04, 5.30pm, JAZZ REGIMENT featuring young artists of afro jazz!
SAT 04, 8pm, SUBWAY Old School, Soul, Jazz, RnB Party! featuring Lindsay Yon and Zeena Beins (vo), with Joe Vas (sax/guitar), Nigel Wyngard (keyb/guitar), Brennan Wyngard (bass) & Justin Soutter (drums)

THE MANNENBERG JAZZ CLUB AND RESTAURANT
TUE 31 – CLOSED
WED 01, 6pm, FILM SCREENING: IIFF in the Club presents AUTUMN CROCUS Martha, an 80 year old widow, has lost her zest for life. Her village community in the Emmental, especially her friends Lisi, Hanni and Frieda, are concerned about her. After discussion, they decide to help her realise a long time dream: to open a lingerie boutique. The news causes great consternation in the little town of Turb. Feature film, 86mins. FREE, ALL WELCOME!
WED 01, 9pm, MIC-INITY – Lovaz Rock Reggae!
THU 02, 9pm, SULUMANI CHIMBETU & THE ORCHESTRA DENDERA KINGS – Come and witness the dendera maestro LIVE!
FRI 03, 9pm, VICTOR KUNONGA with the album, “Handinete”
SAT 04, 9pm, TRANSIT CREW Reggae for the Soul: BIG TINGS ah gwaan! 30 Years on the reggae road and still going strong.

THE ARTS FACTORY @ The Book Caf Books and CDs of Zimbabwean artists.
All proceeds from sales go direct to artists/publishers.Opens Mon-Fri 9am-5pm and Sat 9am-1pm.


Jazz Concert @ ZGS (8 September)
The Zimbabwe-German Society/Goethe-Zentrum is back with a bang: presenting to you a Jazz concert by the German Duo ‘FAVO’, comprising a soprano saxophonist, Volker Schlott, and the bass clarinettist, Falk Breitkreuz.
The two will perform with guest artists from Zimbabwe: Taurai Mandebvu, Tererai Mugwadi, Hope Masike and Prayer Soul.
We invite you all to come and experience this experience. They only have one show, so make sure to be part of the crowd!!!!
Date: 8 September, 7:00 p.m.
Venue: Goethe-Zentrum Harare/Zimbabwe- German Society, 51 Lawson Ave, Milton Park
Fee: US$5 non-members; US$4 members
Cash Bar Available
Supported by the Goethe-Institut and the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany


The Lounge @ Indaba Book Caf, Bulawayo (17 September)
‘The Lounge’ monthly open mic nights
New venue Indaba Book Caf, corner of Tongogara St and 9th Ave, Bulawayo.
New time 6pm, 17 September. Cost $2
Open mic featuring: BONGO LOVE and FRESHNESS
A creative hub for the artistic community here in Bulawayo and beyond.
Serving artists through providing a platform for them to perform and develop.
Bring your voice … get involved … or just simply enjoy an evening out for dinner in the fabulous Indaba Book Caf.
For more info contact <mailto:[email protected]>


Vic Falls New Year Parlotones live in concert (3031 December)
Fallsfest presents Parlotones, Ghapi, Evicted, Mann Friday, and much more …
New year is set to be the biggest and best Zimbabwe has seen yet. Come and see the Parlotones and Evicted live in Vic Falls on 30 December and bring in the new year with Mann Friday, Ghapi and DJ Francis.
We have fantastic early bird accommodation and ticket deals book with us and get limited FREE TICKETS.
Place: Victoria Falls; Dates: 30 and 31 December 2010
Email: <mailto:[email protected]>


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

Mascagni: Cavalleria Rusticana & Leoncavallo: Pagliacci (3 September)
Friday, 3 September at 6.30 p.m. in the Robert Sibson Hall 6.30 p.m. [with supper interval] Carriages: 10.00 p.m.
Karajan conducts two La Scala productions specially restaged for filming.
Cavalleria Rusticana : “Magnificently sung, subtly played and dramatically acted the passion of Sicily fanned into a bonfire by one of the world’s most brilliant conductors and a great cast A great night of filmed opera” [New York Post].
Pagliacci : “Jon Vickers is outstanding as Canio, Raina Kabaivanska and Peter Glossop are also very impressive an interpretation of exceptionally strong emotions and artistic quality” [New York Times].
Admission: $3.00 / R25.00 [free to Red Carpet members and subscribers]

Ali Keita (balafon) (7 September)
Tuesday 7 September at 7.30 p.m. in the Robert Sibson Hall
This concert is promoted by the Alliance Franaise de Bulawayo whose support we are delighted to acknowledge and they have supplied the following background to Ali Keita’s performance:” West African musician Ali Keta has earned worldwide renown for his mastery of the balafon, a marimba-like instrument native to the region. The balafon is traditionally the instrument of the griot, or the oral historians and songsmiths of West Africa. Although the tradition lives on, it is not as a griot that Keta became famous. Rather, it was his ability to take this millennium-old instrument into a modern musical context.
Very different from our usual fare but we hope that everyone will be tempted to come and experience something new!
Admission: $5.00 / R40.00 [free to Red Carpet members and subscribers]

South Pacific (9 September)
Thursday, 9 September at 7.00 p.m. in the Robert Sibson Hall
Perhaps the greatest of all the Rodgers & Hammerstein musicals will be shown in a digitally enhanced version of the original film starring Mitzi Gaynor, Rossano Brazzi and John Kerr with songs like Some Enchanted Evening, There is Nothin’ Like a Dame, Bali Ha’i and Younger than Springtime.
Admission: $3.00 / R25.00 [free to Red Carpet members only]

Tannhuser (17 September)
Friday 17 September at 6.30 p.m.in the Robert Sibson Hall 6.30 p.m. [with supper interval] Carriages: 10.40 p.m.
“Wagner’s passionate opera about a medieval minstrel torn between the temptations of sacred and profane love is seen here in one of the most gorgeous and gloriously romantic productions in the Met’s repertory” [New York Times].
Admission: $3.00 / R25.00 [free to Red Carpet members and subscribers]

War and Peace (23 & 30 September, 7, 14, 21 & 28 October, 4 November)
Thursdays 23 & 30 September, 7, 14, 21 & 28 October, 4 November at 7.15 p.m. in the Robert Sibson Hall
The opening instalments of the magnificent 15-hour BBC serialisation which will be shown over seven weeks. Starring Anthony Hopkins as Pierre there is literally! a cast of thousands in what the Sunday Times called “a feast for the eye and mind”. Each showing will last about two-and-a-quarter hours plus interval – and there are subtitles! [Leo Tolstoy died a hundred years ago on 7 November 1910 old style]
Admission: $3.00 / R25.00 or $15.00 / R110.00 the series [Free to Red Carpet members only. There will be an opportunity to pay for the first session, then pay the balance for the season ticket if you’d like to make sure you want to see the whole series by watching the first episodes without commitment to the rest!]

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (25 September)
Saturday 25 September at 7.30 p.m. in the Robert Sibson Hall
A mesmerising Swedish film with subtitles of the best-selling thriller featuring the unconventional heroine Lisbeth Salander, the enigmatic, delinquent and dangerous security specialist. The plot concerns Henrik Vanger, a Swedish industrialist tormented by the loss of a child decades earlier who is convinced that a member of the family has committed the murder. Salander together with journalist Mikael Blomkvist delves deep into the Vangers’ past to discover the truth but someone else wants the past to remain a secret and will go to any lengths to keep it that way… If you’ve read the book, you’ll know you want to see the film – and, if you haven’t, rest assured it’s one of the classiest and most thrilling films you’ve seen in a long while!
Admission: $3.00 / R25.00 [Academy fund-raiser – NO free admissions!]


FINE ART & EXHIBITIONS


Exhibition: Private art collections @ The Gallery
On exhibition and available for sale are some paintings and graphics from private collections.
These include an early Jean Hahn oil, a 1993 water-colour by John Kotze, a Christian Heinze aquatint, an oil by Charl Moller, and etchings by Arthur Azevedo. These and other works can be viewed at THE GALLERY, 80a Broadlands rd, Emerald Hill, Harare.
Open all weekend from 9am-4pm or call Kate on 302683/ 0712 734718 to arrange a private viewing.


Gwanza Month of Photography @ National Gallery of Zimbabwe (to 5 September)
The fact that Gwanza seeks to improve photographic standards for upcoming and established photographers, it also tackles different issues that we encounter everyday. Every year Gwanza promises to always come up with something new and this year’s theme is ‘Women Trajectories’. The theme focuses mainly on women and how they strive to succeed in a male dominated world. The photographs on exhibition will highlight women going about their everyday duties, roles and experiences as mothers, wives, business people and activists.


DRAMA, THEATRE & SPOKEN WORD


2010 National Invitational One-Act Play Festival @ Reps Theatre (3 and 4 September)
As part of its 50/80 celebrations, Reps Theatre this week hosts the 2010 National Invitational One-Act Play Festival, featuring an exciting line-up: three entries from The Repertory Players, Harare; three entries from the Campbell Theatre Club, Kadoma and one entry from four000 miles theatre group from Mutare. Festival Adjudicator Dr Susan Hains. A highly recommended theatrical experience.

Friday, 3 September (NB: performance starts 6.30pm)
Night Temperature – A patient, a doctor and a plumber what could possibly go wrong? A comedy of errors from the Campbell Theatre Club.
Cream Cracker – An elderly widow takes a tumble while dusting and waits patiently to be rescued also from the Campbell Theatre Club. Babysitting Calvin – Hilarity surrounds Calvin presented by The Repertory Players.
Postal Orders – Mirth and machinations in a rural post office from The Repertory Players.

Saturday, 4 September (NB: performance starts 6.30pm):
Happiness My Goal – A man searches for happiness throughout his life from the Campbell Theatre Club.
Dirty Laundry A Family Affair – From Mutare’s four000 miles group, a family drama written and directed by Thandiwe Nyamasvisva.
Sins Of the Father – a drama about adultery from The Repertory Players.

Tickets all $10 special ‘season price’ of $15 for attendance on both nights.
Book now at The Spotlight to ensure a seat for one or both nights (open Mon-Fri 9am to 4pm, Sat 9am to 12noon Tel. 308159).


Fragile @ Theatre in the Park (to 4 September)
Rooftop Promotions’ second production of the year is a Zimbabwean version of the legend about a man selling his soul to the devil re-imagined and entitled “Fragile” by award-winning playwright Raisedon Baya and featuring the cream of Zimbabwean Stage and Screen talent Zenzo Nyathi, Aleck Zulu and Gift Chakuvinga who have taken part in local TV Drama “Amakorokoza”, in most Amakhosi plays and other regional plays.
“Fragile” is a story about conformity and acceptance as seen through the eyes of young Theophelus Patapata who, disowned and ostracized by his father after some misunderstanding, falls into the hands of the devil. Desperate to win his father’s love, Theophelus makes a deal with the devil. The story is based on the legend about a man selling his soul to the devil. The play runs until 4 September, with 5.30pm and 7.30pm shows every day except for Sundays and Mondays. Tickets are US$3 and US$2.
For more information, contact Tafadzwa Muzondo, Rooftop Promotions, No. 3 Wimbledon Drive, Eastlea, Harare.
Tel: +264 4 702211; Cell: +263 912 993 413; E-mail: <mailto:[email protected]>, Website: <http://www.rooftoppromotions.org>


Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat @ Reps (1425 September)
The return of one of the most well-loved musicals of all, by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice
The Biblical rags-to-riches story of Joseph told in song and dance it’s a family musical with timeless appeal!
Featuring an exciting cast headed by Kirby Chipembere, Dean Raybould, Josh Ansley, Richard Sticklen, Tina Masawi, and many more
Directed by Teri Grimmel . Musical Direction by Paul Shephard
Booking now open at The Spotlight (Reps foyer open Mon-Fri 9am to 4pm, Sat 9am to 12 noon)
Three fundraising gala nights already sold!
Show runs from September 14 to 25 (preview night Wednesday, 13 September)


FILM


Autumn Crocus @ The Mannenberg (1 September)
Women Filmmakers of Zimbabwe in partnership with Pamberi Trust
will, on Wednesday, 1 September, hold a film screening as part of IIFF In The Club: “Autumn Crocus”
Switzerland, 2006, DVD, 86mins, Feature
Producer: Alfi Sinniger; Director: Bettina Oberli; DOP: Stephane Kuthy; Screenplay: Marion Schehramm
Since the death of her husband, Martha, 80 years old, lost her zest for life. Her village community in the Emmental, especially her friends Lisi, Hianni and Frieda, are concerned about her. After discussion, they decide to help her realise a long time dream: to open a lingerie boutique. The news causes great consternation in the little town of Trub.
Venue: The Mannenberg, Fife Avenue Shopping Mall (upstairs above OK), cnr. Fife Ave. / 6th Street, Harare.
Time: 1800 hrs
Admission: FREE, All Welcome!
For more information, please contact Ms Vivian Lucas or Yvonne Jila on 04-862355/ 0712 512 552/ 0712 718217


CRAFT FAIRS & OTHER FAIRS


The Secret Garden Cervical Cancer Awareness Fundraiser @ [email protected] (10 September)
10 September at 2.00 p.m. at 2 Aberdeen Road, Avondale, Harare
An event you don’t want to miss!

  • Afternoon High Tea
  • Four Wine Tastings
  • Josh Ansley performing Live
  • Silent Auction
  • Fantastic Spot Prizes
  • A selection of different and exciting new products on sale.

Tickets $25, on sale now from [email protected] Private Wine Bar, 2 Aberdeen Road, Avondale.
Tel: 339135 (mornings only), Cell: 0912 308 258 (Danielle)


Holistic Fair at Mukuvisi Woodlands (25 September)
Date: Saturday, 25 September, Time: 9 am 5 pm

  • Talks/workshops
  • Therapies
  • Massage
  • Live presentations
  • Arts and crafts
  • Food stalls
  • Kids corner

Book your stall with Roger, tel. 0712-630-698, or e-mail: <mailto:[email protected]>


WORKSHOPS & COURSES


Natural History Symposium @ ZGS (5 September)
The Aloe, Cactus and Succulent Society of Zimbabwe is very pleased to announce that its 8th Natural History Symposium will be held on Sunday, 5 September at the Zimbabwe German Society premises at 51 Lawson Avenue, Milton Park, Harare from 8.00a.m. (Registration) to 3.30p.m.
There will be illustrated talks by Zimbabwean experts on Birds, Moths, Fungi, Snakes, Plants, etc.
All are cordially invited to attend what promises to be an interesting day for all interested in Zimbabwe’s natural history.
Registration is $10 per person, and this amount includes mid-morning tea, coffee and food.
Bring your own drinks and food for a picnic in the grounds at lunch time, and also a folding chair for that purpose.
For more information, contact Mike Kimberley, Convener, at <mailto:[email protected]>


Workshop: Living in the The Golden Age: Approaching 2012 (11 September)
We are living in the most exciting and extraordinary times with incredible NEW (high frequency) energies now available to us as the earth gets closer to the alignment with the sun on Dec 21st 2012
This workshop offers insights & information about the changes & challenges taking place within us individually & globally, what we can expect and what we can do to help ourselves through these transformations as we move from the 3rd dimension into the 5th dimension.
Topics: 3rd & 5th Dimensions; Ascension; Enlightenment; The Golden Age; 12 Chakra activation; History of Atlantis; Angels; 12 Rays; 12 Strand DNA Activation
Facilitators: Sherryl Freel, Alternative health practitioner, Awakening Intuitive; Tania Norris, Intuitive Healer & Metaphysical Trainer
Sat, 11 September, 9.00 am to 3.00 pm.
Cost: $ 80.00; Venue: 22 Ross Rd, Rolf Valley, Harare.
All reading materials & beverages will be provided. Please bring something light for lunch as we do a bring & share lunch.
For further information and bookings, contact Tania on 0912 702 280 or email <mailto:[email protected]>


CLUBS & SOCIETIES


Mukuvisi Woodland Association (5 September)
On Sunday, 5 September, there is a fun walk/run at the Mukuvisi Woodland, Glenara Ave, Hillside, Harare, as part of our 30th Anniversary Fundraising activities.
You choose your distance: 3km, 5km, 8km walk OR an 8km, 16km cross-country run
Entrance fees: Adults $5, Children $3, Dogs (on leash) $1, Pensioners no charge
Registration 7.00 10am. Start your walk/run any time before 10am
Bacon & egg rolls, coffee, etc., on sale. Lots of fun for the whole family.
More information from Simon Pitt, Chairman, Mukuvisi Woodland Association.
Tel.: Woodland + 263 (0)4 747111/123; Mobile + 263 (0)712 416 574


Northwood Floral Group (11 September)
The September meeting will be held on Saturday, 11 September at 2.30 p.m. at 2 Knowles Close (cnr. Norfolk Road), Mount Pleasant. Tel: 301671.
This is the home of Neels Scott, a member of Northwood Floral Group. Neels recently entered the Floral Art Competition in the Pavilion in Durban, South Africa. Neels gained two First Places which is a fantastic achievement. On 11 September Neels will reconstruct the arrangements that he entered and tell everyone who attends all about the competition and share any new ideas that he picked up whilst he was there.
Newcomers are welcome. Please bring folding chairs and something for tea.
For further information, please phone Yvonne Stranix 0712-201479 or 885253 (H)



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EVENTS OUTSIDE ZIMBABWE


Chaz Maviyane-Davies: “Collateral Damage” @ Chestnut Hill, MA, USA (1 September 15 October)
Hess Gallery, Pine Manor College, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts
Designer talk: 22 September, 11.30 a.m. – 1.00 p.m.
Events are free and open to the public.


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