By Frederick Philander WINDHOEK As part of its educational outreach programme for the past 28 years Committed Artists of Namibia, the country’s oldest community theatre group, will perform its knock out one-woman play, The Porridge Queen, on Thursday 9 November at the Khomasdal Community Hall. The beneficiaries from the double performance of The Porridge Queen and Living Hell are Khomasdal students who are part of a three-month educational exchange programme to Germany. The one-woman play with Felicity Celento in the lead role, The Porridge Queen, drew capacity houses during the recently held Bank Windhoek Festival and is scheduled to be performed in Australia next year. Tickets for the show, starting at 19h00, are N$50 and are obtainable at Nadine Visser at St Andrew’s Primary School. She can also be contacted on: 0812443935.
31.3 ° C