This month

Acoustic Friday ft Nova

Franco-Namibian Cultural Centre, 118 Robert Mugabe Avenue PO BOX 11622, Windhoek, Namibia

Join us for the last Acoustic Friday of the year as we welcome NOVA! Three-time NAMA Award winner duo NOVA will be gracing the Acoustic Friday stage to take you through a night of soul and to celebrate their original reggae roots. NOVA will be presenting an array of sounds as they will be introducing some of their new songs from their upcoming album. Expect an electric performance and a great night out for this last Acoustic Friday of the year! Ticket: N$70 advance, N$100 at the door




Storytelling for children: Christmas story

Franco-Namibian Cultural Centre, 118 Robert Mugabe Avenue PO BOX 11622, Windhoek, Namibia

A story around Christmas will be read by Moseline Kavetu. Children are encouraged to dress up in Namibian style Christmas attires! Entrance: FREE




Cinema: Tango negro the African roots of Tango

Franco-Namibian Cultural Centre, 118 Robert Mugabe Avenue PO BOX 11622, Windhoek, Namibia

In November FNCC will be celebrating documentary. Tango negro: the African roots of tango, by Dom Pedro 1h33, 2013, documentary. Dom Pedro explores the expression of Tango's Africanness and the depth of the footprints of African cultures in the creation of tango. This rich movie combines musical performances and interviews from many tango fans and historians in Latin America and Europe. Entrance: N$40






Next month

OYO Dance Troupe commemorates World AIDS day!

Franco-Namibian Cultural Centre, 118 Robert Mugabe Avenue PO BOX 11622, Windhoek, Namibia

On the occasion of World AIDS Day commemorated on December 1st, join the OYO Dance Troupe for this inspiring performance! The OYO Dance Troupe, outstanding ambassadors for the Namibian fight against AIDS, and vibrant role models for children and youth in Namibia and the world over, will be presenting a dance showcase to celebrate the arrival of December and commemorate World AIDS day and help raise awareness to tackle this issue of utmost importance. It will premiere ‘to take or not to take’ during the evening, a piece with beautiful duets dealing with your relationships to others once li...




Activities for children: Mini Disco Christmas Cheer.

Franco-Namibian Cultural Centre, 118 Robert Mugabe Avenue PO BOX 11622, Windhoek, Namibia

For ages 2 – 12 years Kids & Balloons bring you a 2 hour real fun experience for all kids and families around the theme of Christmas. Expect entertainment ranging from educational fun and games, dancing, shows, face painting, and so much more. Be sure to join us with your little ones for an exciting and eventful Saturday morning. Entrance: N$100




Special outdoor cinema: Santa

Franco-Namibian Cultural Centre, 118 Robert Mugabe Avenue PO BOX 11622, Windhoek, Namibia

Santa, by Alexandre Coffre, 1h20, 2014 Special outdoor screening! On Christmas night, Antoine, six years old, has only one idea in mind: to meet Santa Claus and take a sleigh ride with him in the stars… So when Santa falls, as if by magic, on his balcony, Antoine is too amazed to see through the burglar’s Santa Claus disguise. Join us for the last screening of the year! To ignite the Christmas spirit, those who play along and show up dressed up for Christmas will receive a free bag of popcorn! Entrance: N$40 for adults and N$20 under 12 years old.






january 2018

Cinema: The aquatic effect

Franco-Namibian Cultural Centre, 118 Robert Mugabe Avenue PO BOX 11622, Windhoek, Namibia

The aquatic effect, by Solveig Anspach and Jean-Luc Gaget, 1h23, 2016, comedy Samir, a lanky forty-something, falls madly in love with Agathe. As she is a swimming instructor, he decides to take lessons with her. However, Agathe soon discovers that he already knows how to swim. After she flies away to Iceland, Samir decides to follow her, driven by hope and love. N$40




Namibia by Namibian photographers, a collective photo exhibiton

Franco-Namibian Cultural Centre, 118 Robert Mugabe Avenue PO BOX 11622, Windhoek, Namibia

Join us for this innovative collective exhibition that will bring together works by amateur as well as professional photographers. 15 photographers will present two artworks each, with only one imposed criteria: photographs must have been taken in Namibia. The rest was left up to the sensitivity of each of them: style, subjects, technique. This exhibition about Namibia will depict wildlife, landscapes, scenes of life, and everything in between. This will be the occasion to admire this beautiful country in a privileged space, at each person’s own rhythm. In a society where more and more pho...




Cinema: Tamara

Franco-Namibian Cultural Centre, 118 Robert Mugabe Avenue PO BOX 11622, Windhoek, Namibia

Tamara, by Alexandre Castagnetti, 1h40, 2016, comedy Tamara, a 15 year-old teen, has a complex about her curves. To get rid of a bad label in high school, she decides to take things into her own hands. With her best friend, she makes the bet to go out with the first boy who come in through the classroom door. But since the chosen one is Diego, the most handsome and popular guy, will Tamara succeed in winning her bet? N$40




Cinema: Struggle for life

Franco-Namibian Cultural Centre, 118 Robert Mugabe Avenue PO BOX 11622, Windhoek, Namibia

Struggle for life, by Antonin Peretjatko, 1h49, 2016, comedy Interning at the Ministry of Standard, Marc is sent to French Guyana to work on an indoor ski slope project, called "Guyasnow". But not everything goes as planned, and he ends up lost in the jungle along with another engineer intern, an eccentric girl called Tarzan who happens to be an expert in survival in a hostile environment. N$40




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