Sulu returns to City Sports Bar

HARARE - Dendera star Suluman Chimbetu will share the stage with upcoming musician Potifa Mopo at City Sports Bar in the capital tonight.

Musicians, poets mark Shakespeare’s milestone.artistes, who include Hope Masike ,Victor Kunonga along with poets Albert Nyathi, Chirikure Chirikure, Tehn Diamond, Cynthia “Flowchyld” Marangwanda, Tendekai “Madzitatiguru” Tati, Peggie “Umind?!” Shangwa, RAE Lyric, Anthea the Poet and Biko Mutsaurwa will perform at Celebrations to mark the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare that will take place at Alliance Francaise Harare tomorrow.

Macheso dates to Pamuzinda

Sungura ace Alick Macheso will kick-start his weekend programme at Pamuzinda Ice and Fire tonight before moving to Glendale where he will perform at Club 007 tomorrow.

On Sunday, the Tafadzwa hitmaker will be at Extra Mile for a family show.

Manyeruke, Chivaviro headline gospel concert

TONIGHT South Africa-based gospel musician Toggy Chivaviro and veteran gospel musician Mechanic Manyeruke will headline a free concert to be held at Anglican Cathedral Hall that will feature more than 20 artistes.

Other gospel artistes scheduled to perform at the event include Trymore Bande, Gift Mahlupeka, Mudiwa, Jennifer Maneni, Sandra Chirenje and Tatenda Mahachi.

Zhakata lines up Harare shows

Zora star Leonard Zhakata will perform at Supra Village in Kuwadzana Extension in Harare tonight.

Tomorrow, the Mugove singer will be at Kamunhu Shopping Centre in Mabvuku at an event organised by Action Aid.

Fashion Revolution Week reaches climax

The globally-observed Fashion Revolution week, which seeks to create a fashion industry which values people, the environment, creativity and profits in equal measure, began on April 18 and will end on Sunday.

Rudo Nondo, the spokesperson of the Zimbabwean chapter of Fashion Revolution, told the Daily News that her organisation has lined-up a number of local events to commemorate the week-long event.

The scheduled events include tonight’s Zedlabel Fashion Challenge to be held in the CABS Auditorium at Northridge Park, Borrowdale in which three local designers Petreace Muzerengwa, Shorai Matambanadzo and Chido Rupango will compete to create the best wearable accessory from recyclable materials.

From 10am this morning Fashion Revolution Zimbabwe will host fashion workshops at Queen of Hearts Café in Highlands, Harare to be facilitated by Mellisa Mazingi, Haleema Mekani, Judith Williams and Gilmore Tee.

Theatre in the Park hosts land reform play

THE Taking, a play that explores complex issues surrounding the land issue in Zimbabwe, which debuted at Harare’s Theatre in the Park last night, will end its run tomorrow night.

The play, written by Intwasa director Raisedon Baya and directed Memory Kumbota, officially kick-started the Bulawayo Theatre 2015 calendar.

Mokoomba, Vee Mukarati in Concert

Mokoomba, who recently toured Canada and the United States of America, will share the stage with singer-saxophonist Vee Mukarati at New Ambassador Hotel tonight.

Vumba Fair beckons

The Inn on the Vumba, just outside Mutare, will host the Vumba Fair tomorrow night where entertainment will be provided by Mande.

Comexposed Comic Book Day

Zimbabwean comic book artists and creators will interact with members of the public at Zimbabwe German Society tomorrow morning.

Telecel Drag Racing Series returns

Donnybrook Raceway will host the Telecel 2016 Drag Racing Series on Sunday afternoon where prizes and trophies will be awarded to the top three in each of the 13 classes.

Driver/rider registration closes at 2.30pm.

The Magic of Broadway

A live dance show choreographed by the award-wining Timikha Fisher and featuring the dancers of Breakthrough Productions will be held at Theo’s House of Coffees tonight.

Kawadza headlines jazz concert

Eve Kawadza will share the stage with Emilia Patrick and Masa at Alliance Francaise tonight in a gig dubbed “The Beat Goes On Concert.”

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