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National Arts Council funds Man in the Mirror which kicks off today

Find out where and when you can catch the Hozala team

The education process doesn’t only need to take place in class. A local performance company Hozala Marketing and Events found a way around getting a message across in a fun way and here is how it will happen.

Hozala has been granted funds by the National Arts Council of Namibia (NACN) to introduce and implement a dance theatre production called Man in the Mirror. This 90 minutes of dance theatre production will highlight the deteriorating relationship between parents and children and at a larger extent looks at creating discussion children and their parents.

This dance theatre performances are free of charge and is geared towards an entertainment which will include dances by the Hozala’s Finest, and informative theatre productions.

The performances will be staged at the following popular outdoor venues including:
08 April 2019 Otjomuise Pub Parking 16h30
09 April 2019 8ste Laan Bus Stop 16h30
10 April 2019 Okuriyangava Stop and Shop 16h30
11 April 2019 Hakahana/Havana Usave 16h30
13 April 2019 Groot Aub 16h30

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