No Holds Barred at the Shoko Festival Roast

The second edition of the Shoko Comedy Roast brought by Simuka Comedy promises a night of tears and laughter with outspoken Norton MP Temba Mliswa at the center stage of the roast set to take place during the Shoko Festival week on the 30th of September at Reps Theatre from 6pm-8pm in Harare.  Continue reading No Holds Barred at the Shoko Festival Roast

LitFest Announces the 2022 Festival Dates and Theme

LitFest Harare has announced the dates and theme of the 2022 literary festival. The festival is scheduled to run from 23 to 26 November, under the theme: “We are joy – Celebrating the ties that bind us.” The festival will run live at selected venues around Harare, with some components of the festival being virtual as well. Continue reading LitFest Announces the 2022 Festival Dates and Theme

A rare treat as Bush Cafe’ launches at Lake Chivero

The captivating Bush Café by Lake Chivero launches this coming Saturday with a unique celebration of art across many forms. The festive launch  will see extravagant cultural spectacles, participatory experiences, music, art, dance and site-specific installations, all set within the incredible backdrop of the magical lake location. Continue reading A rare treat as Bush Cafe’ launches at Lake Chivero

Feli Nandi, Tocky Vibes, Voltz JT, Van Choga, UK’s Dizraeli, and Netherlands’ Smita James headline Shoko Festival

Shoko Festival, Zimbabwe’s biggest and longest running urban culture festival, is proud to announce its headline acts. The 2021 edition, will be running from the 20th to 25th September 2021 under the theme “Shoko Universe”. The headline acts include Tocky Vibes, Feli Nandi, Voltz JT and Van Choga. International headline acts include award-winning UK rapper, Dizraeli, and Dutch spoken word artist, Smita James. Continue reading Feli Nandi, Tocky Vibes, Voltz JT, Van Choga, UK’s Dizraeli, and Netherlands’ Smita James headline Shoko Festival