Articles tagged 'paul brickhill'

Gigs in honour of Brickhill 6 November 2014 HARARE - Top Madagascan singer, multi-instrumentalist, and dancer, Haja, will collaborate with Zimbabwean artistes in two gigs dedicated to the late Book Café founder Paul Brickhill over the weekend. The collaborative adventure, which will involve drummer Blessing Muparutsa and bassist Josh Me...
Requiem of a creative director 5 October 2014 HARARE - Those who met and worked with former creative director and Book Café proprietor Paul Brickhill will assert that he was just a simple man. But in his simplicity, Paul oozed with wisdom and knowledge of the arts business. Apart from owning and running the Book Café in Harare, Paul wa...
Book Café boss survives cancer 25 August 2014 HARARE - Book Café proprietor Paul Brickhill has described how he thought he wasn’t going to make it when he went into an emergency surgery due to cancer. Speaking exclusively to the Daily News on Sunday, the arts practitioner and creative director revealed doctors warned that his condition wo...
Let's honour heroes while they live 22 August 2014 HARARE - There is no doubting the immense contribution to the Zimbabwean arts industry by journalist, businessman and musician — Paul Brickhill. Brickhill is the proprietor of The Book Café, the music and arts calabash that has nurtured talent in Zimbabwe. While there are many such giants i...
Zim artistes in solidarity with Book Café founder 18 August 2014 HARARE - Several Zimbabwean artistes will perform tomorrow night in a solidarity concert for Book Café founder Paul Brickhill who is struggling with ill-health in a local hospital. The concert, which will be hosted by Book Café, has been organised by music superstar Oliver ‘Tuku’ Mtukudzi and ...
Wene Music Awards names jury 20 March 2014 HARARE - Book Café founder Paul Brickhill, Fred Zindi and Oliver Mtukudzi's former manager Debbie Metcalfe, are part of the six-member Wene Music Awards Adjudication Panel unveiled by Rooftop Promotions yesterday. The high-powered jury, announced in Harare yesterday, also includes Nigel Munyat...