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Warehouse Theatre Namibia hit by financial constraints

Warehouse Theatre Namibia revealed on social media that they are currently struggling to keep their establishment running.

In a Facebook post they said they tried all to keep the business running but it has become increasingly difficult to do so. ” Warehouse Theatre is currently doing the best it can to stay afloat whilst continuing to give the Namibian public and international visitors access to the art and events that have defined the venue we love. However, this has become increasingly difficult to do,” they said.

The theatre thus started a crowd funding campaign in order to secure funds to ease their financial issues.

If you want to support The Warehouse Theatre do send them a video stating what you love and appreciate about them. You should also send a video saying what The Warehouse meant to you or what your favourite experience has been at the venue. If you have memories of you at Warehouse Theatre on video, share them with Warehouse on their social media platforms on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Post the #keepWTHWindhoekopen to engage the Warehouse Team and to spread awareness about their campaign to keep their place open.

https://www.facebook.com/WarehouseTheatreWindhoek/photos/a.459164414140292/2130850553638328/?type=3&theater

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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