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Warehouse Theatre to host Crowdfunding fest

What’s better than spending your last days of April at the Warehouse Theatre for a good reason? Just that!

One of the pro-arts establishments in Namibia is facing a financial crisis and is not going down without a fight. The Warehouse Theatre which opened its doors in 1989 will be having a crowdfunding festival, besides the Go Fund Me campaign happening to help keep their doors open.

In a Facebook status yesterday, the day will be full of life, colour, and art for the young and old. Activities such as live music, comedy, food and craft stalls, workshops, kiddies’ corner, and karaoke will be on the two days program. Entry per person on both days 26 and 27 April and the Warehouse Theatre experience is guaranteed! Another reason you should make a turn is that you might just be lucky and run into one of your favourites such as SlickArtie, Ras Sheehama or Lize Ehlers.

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. Be a hero or heroine and help save the warehouse by donating or attending the event.


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