Women, Wine & Words Makes Harare Debut

This  17th  November  Theatre  in  the  Park  in  collaboration  with  Intwasa  Arts  Festival celebrates  Women  through  Music,  Po...

This  17th  November  Theatre  in  the  Park  in  collaboration  with  Intwasa  Arts  Festival celebrates  Women  through  Music,  Poetry,  Theatre  and  Art  in  the  first  Harare  edition  of Women, Wine & Words. Borrowed  from  the  five-year-old,  two  hour  Intwasa  tradition  of  Women’s  Poetry  and  Music; this addition dedicates a full day to celebrate femme Creatives through an array of activities.
Throughout  the  day,  WWWFest  will  host  talks,  screenings,  performances  entertainment.

The day  kicks  off  with  Sunrise  Yoga  in  the  serene  Harare  Gardens  as  well  as  an  Afro  Dance class.  The  day  will  have  two  stages;  one  with  a  flow  of  powerful  panel  conversations  and Poetry,  while  the  other  will  offer  Music  as  well  a  competitive She  Open  Mic  for  the  aspirant female performers.

The  evening  will  culminate  into  a  concert  of  sorts  featuring  the  remarkable  talents  of  Hope Masike, Vera and  DJ Noma that Girl.  Intwasa  Festival  expressed  its  excitement  and  hopes  for  the  WWWFest  collaboration, stating;  “as  Intwasa  we  are  excited  about  the  partnership  and  spreading  WWW  outside Bulawayo  and  outside  the  festival.
We  hope  this  new  move  will  bring  more  awareness  to  the WWW property  and  hopefully  attract  more  partnerships  for  Intwasa  festival”  -  Raisedon  Baya (Intwasa Festival Director) Speaking  to  the  hosts  of  the  event  Theatre  in  the  Park,  they  highlighted  their  on-going intention  to  open  the  space  to  younger  and  often  marginalized  creatives. “This  partnership  with  Intwasa  Festival  has  made  it  possible  for  us  to  co-create  the  Harare Edition  of  WWW.  We're  glad  to  be  a  part  of  the  WWW  showcase  believe  it  a  great opportunity  to  celebrate  both  budding  and  existent  female  creatives  across  the  country  and beyond” said Stephanie Kapfunde (Theatre in the Park/Enthuse Afrika)

Women,  Wine  &  Words  Fest  kicks  off  this  Saturday  on  the  17th  of  November,  full  day  tickets are  $10,  while  the  programming  has  a  free  screening  of  MTV’s  The  People  vs  Patriarchy. 



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Urban Craft Magazine: Women, Wine & Words Makes Harare Debut
Women, Wine & Words Makes Harare Debut
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