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Afroman Spice: Your man is no bank account

National Theater today will be venue for Sandy Soul, Ms Nanda and Rasheeda Namulondo’s production, Afroman Spice. The show talks about  the different trends of relationships with a black man, how to treat him and how he should treat a woman. The show that starts at 7pm will also touch …

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Ugandans are ready for live music

The spark about world music day last year was the street performances that started at the Watoto Church Roundabout to the National Theater.A kind of collective performance that went on building an audience from the first set of people that watched the opening cast of the likes of Bataka Squad, …

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Laba art festival is back this weekend

  The very first Laba Arts Festival was held at Bukoto Street, then code named, Pot in a Hole, the event was looking at getting locals appreciate art by taking them through the process and above all pushing it down their throats in the best way possible – on the …

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Film: Silent Depression is here

Silent Depression is a film about the connection between depression and technology.In that way the film addresses ways that globalization with all the fancy gadgets has contributed a big deal to the shift in midlife crisis from 40 to 25 today.The film is written and directed by George Stanley  Nsamba, …

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Review: Mbamalawo – Navio

As an artiste, you will always be advised to sing in a language you’re either comfortable in or the one that you feel your fans get the message best.And it explains why only a few English songs by our local artistes have dominated the airwaves, not that Ugandan music lovers …

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KORA Awards are here with a million dollars cash prize

Just when you thought that the recently launched AFRIMA awards had successfully replaced, the KORA Awards, as the most sought after all African award music show, the later have jumped up to stir things up to an email interesting angle. KORA Awards are back and this time, they promise to …

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2015 MTV MAMA is happening in Durban on July 18

The MTV Africa Music Awards are back this July. The definitive musical celebration of African talent takes pride in recognizing and rewarding artistes. Last year saw local artistes up their game to favourably compete with the likes of Nigerian and South African acts. And it’s not that bad to dream …

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First art and Colour exhibition ends

A photo exhibition celebrating Uganda’s culture and nature debuted at Acacia mall last Friday. Supported by the premise, the exhibition is their way to promote art and photography. The show that had exhibitors, Mathias Mugisha, a veteran photojournalist, international photographer Thomas White, New York  based Joel Isababi  Nsadha, Ophelia Nabeta …

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Orquesta Chungu to perform in Uganda

Orquésta Chungu will be touring Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya and Ethiopia from the 10th of May to the 15th of June. The group is named after the Chungu, the traditional East African clay cooking pot which is popular because it retains its heat. Orquésta Chungu has cooked up a menu spiced …

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DOADOA redifines live performing

Dubbed Doadoa, the East African artiste marketplace took place in Jinja last week. It is designed as a one-week event that provides a platform for professional networking, joint learning, bringing together various stakeholders and linking people, organisations, businesses, knowledge and technology. It is done with a view to create demand …

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