21 - 25 SEP '21
Intwasa Arts Festival koBulawayo is a multi-disciplinary arts festival that brings together various art forms: dance, theatre, music, film, literary arts, visual arts, spoken word and fashion within one platform. The festival is aimed at celebrating artistic talent present locally, regionally and globally and ensures that there is cross fertilization of ideas, collaborations, and exchanges between various arts disciplines.
Intwasa Festival koBulawayo is Bulawayo's BIGGEST arts and culture event, and one of the longest-running festivals in Zimbabwe. The festival is a feast of entertainment rooted in the heart of what is known as Zimbabwe’s most creative city, Bulawayo.
The festival takes place every September in various venues within Bulawayo’s central business district and offers a diverse program that includes theatre, dance, music, spoken word, visual arts, literary arts, and fashion.
With the venues being central, it is safe and easy to walk from one venue to another. The City Hall car park remains the hub of the festival, with most events being free of charge, with something to appeal to everyone.
A Comic Night with Q. Dube Adv US$7.00, Door US$10.00 A charity event featuring the Djembe Monks & Random Poets Bring a Gift to donate to the underprivileged A Virtual Show by Hwabaraty streamed live on www.facebook.com/intwasa
A Comic Night with Q. Dube
Adv US$7.00, Door US$10.00
A charity event featuring the
Djembe Monks & Random Poets
Bring a Gift to donate to the underprivileged
A Virtual Show by Hwabaraty streamed live on
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