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CANCELLED: ‘Blood Tongue – The Musical’

CANCELLED: “BLOOD TONGUE – THE MUSICAL” HARARE & NORTON, 15-16 Nov 2017 NHIMBE TRUST very much regret to announce the cancellation of the performances of the play ‘Blood Tongue – The Musical’ in Harare tonight and Norton tomorrow, due to circumstances beyond our control.  We hope to reschedule soon, and will keep you informed.

‘Blood Tongue – The Musical’ (Zim-SA)

‘Blood Tongue – The Musical’ :A Zim-SA collaboration In another exciting collaboration unfolding in Bulawayo from 23 October to 10 November, Nhimbe Trust will be producing “Blood Tongue – The Musical”-  a play by the award-winning Zimbabwean  playwright and author, Christopher Mlalazi, directed by Eunice Tava in collaboration with South African music directors Bafana Dladla, […]

Artists Respond to Bulawayo City Council

At a consultative meeting by the Bulawayo Cultural Affairs Office (BCAO) on 1 November held at Bluez Café with artists, arts managers and administrators, promoters and journalists of the city, participants were informed about the history of the Cultural Affairs Office since 2008, current developments, and the role that Nhimbe Trust has played in facilitating […]

Bulawayo City consults Cultural sector

Bulawayo City consults Cultural sector at Bluez Café On Wednesday 1 Oct 2017 from 10am to 12 midday, the Bulawayo Cultural Affairs Office (BCAO) of the City of Bulawayo held a consultative meeting with stakeholders in the Cultural sector, at Bluez Café on Lobengula St cnr 8th Ave Ext. Stakeholders were invited to learn more […]

Congratulatory message to new Minister

Congratulatory message to new Minister

Congratulatory message to new Minister of Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture, Makhosini Hlongwane (MP) In a congratulatory message delivered to the new Minister of Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture – Makhosini Hlongwane (MP) – this week, the City of Bulawayo’s Cultural Affairs Office (BCAO) and its partner Nhimbe Trust thanked the government for the continued […]

Nhimbe exec director to African Cultural Policy Network

Nhimbe Trust executive director Josh Nyapimbi was elected on to the steering Committee of the African Cultural Policy Network (ACPN), as well as being appointed Convener of the ACPN Working Group on “Culture, the economy and creative/cultural industries” pursuit to his pioneering work with the Creative Economy Outlook Zimbabwe online Portal.  72 founding members from […]

The ‘Unified Women’ project unfolds in ‘Blue Skies’

The ‘Unified Women’ Project – a cultural exchange programme produced in partnership with The Young Vic Theatre (UK) for young women and emerging creatives from Zimbabwe and the UK – unfolded in Bulawayo in September after calls and selections of artists in the preceding months, and coordination of complex arrangements by the partners in Bulawayo […]

“Unified Women” project comes together in Bulawayo

     On 3 September 2017 under bright blue skies, seven young women from the Young Vic Theatre in London arrived in Bulawayo, to a warm African welcome by Nhimbe Trust, their hosts in ‘The Unified Women Project’, which rolls out in the next two weeks with women artists of Bulawayo at the Bluez Café, housed […]

Children in Theatre & Television’ grows stronger

Nhimbe Trust’s Children in Theatre & Television (CiTT) programme has been nurturing young thespians, writers and directors since 2007, and while it now has a primary focus on filmmaking, graduates from the theatre training continue to excel in theatre. Among these are the young and strongly-emerging Nobert Makoche and Elton Sibanda, whose work recently won […]

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