News Updates

  • Children in Theatre & Television grows stronger

    Young thespians and playwrights nurtured by Nhimbe Trust [Main Picture: Nobert Makoche wins at Bulawayo Arts Awards.  Photo credit: Mgcini Nyoni] Nhimbe Trust’s Children in Theatre & Television (CiTT) programme has been nurturing young thespians, writers and directors since 2007, and...
  • Call for Papers: 2nd Zimbabwe Theatre Indaba

    Theatre in the Park, Harare Gardens: The 2nd Zimbabwe Theatre Indaba is pleased to invite arts professionals, academics, producers, administrators, creators and arts workers to submit proposals for presentation at the 2nd Zimbabwe Theatre Indaba to be held in Harare 5-6 July 2017. Theme: Look...
  • Nhimbe Trust Sets the Record Straight!

    On May 18, 2017, The Patriot, a local newspaper that is headquartered in Harare, ran a misleading article entitled Wolves in sheep skins. The article went to great lengths struggling to articulate how Nhimbe Trust and other cultural organizations have become ‘regime change’ organisations....
  • WITT Tellers hosts Farnebo Folk High School from Sweden

    The Nhimbe WiTT’s Tellers the Musical cast hosted eleven students from Farnebo Folk High School. The Swedish students were on a cultural exchange visit, courtesy of the Rural Libraries and Resources Development Programme(RLRDP). The Swedes were treated to a full performance of Tellers, which was...
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