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Financial assistance pouring out for Warehouse Theatre Namibia

The Warehouse theatre is making steady progress in their efforts to keep their establishment out of financial woes. They have been getting support for through their go-fund me campaign from patrons all over the world.

They started their #keepwarehousetheatrewhkopen campaign to raise money in order to save their ailing financial state. Their goal is to raise €300,000 which in Nambian dollars amounts to N$477 8907. Donations are currently at €590 which is N$9398.52. The highest donation for the campaign was done by Alexander Ray.

After you donate, feel free to send a passport size photo/ headshot to crowdfunding@warehousetheatre.com.na , so that the Warehouse Theatre Namibia can add you to the mosaic Photo Wall of Fame we are creating at Warehouse Theatre!
If you donate more than EUR 500, then your name will be engraved on a Namibian marble plaque, which will be put up on their Wall of Fame.

Warehouse Theatre Windhoek opened its doors in 1989 and since then has been at the centre of Namibia’s art scene, providing a home and platform for local artists, and hosting numerous noteworthy international artists.

The core of Warehouse Theatre’s purpose has always been to make performance art in Namibia easily accessible to the public, whilst  giving artists a chance to grow their audiences and make a living from doing the work they love.

Shona Ngavahttps://unwrap.online
Shona Ngava is a music journalist, educator, and blogger who aims to share more insight on how music impacts the average listener. He has worked previously for the Namibian Sun as a journalist and has done countless reviews of many albums and singles focusing specifically on the Namibian music scene. He is the host of the only show on radio that is dedicated to album reviews and music critiquing in Namibia. He works at the community radio station of the Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST) called NUST FM. He is currently the Programming and Music Director the radio station and is responsible finding the right music for the station and audio and radio production at NUST FM. Shona Ngava has 5 years experience within the print and broadcasting industries and has a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism and Communications Technology. He is passionate about the entertainment industry and elevating and taking it to better heights. He believes in equal treatment of artists and making sure their stories are told all the time every time hence he is a contributor for unwrap.online. Besides Journalism, Shona Ngava's other interests lie in artist management, social media marketing and talent management and brand management.

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