Bruce Chimani Showbiz Correspondent
The Intwasa Arts Festival has scored a digital first by introducing an App meant to equip festival goers with a map view of show venues and the festival programme.
Designed and built by the WETU Collective, the Intwasa App can be downloaded on Google Play or by visiting www.bit.ly/intwasafestapp. App developer, Babusi Nyoni who is also the co-founder of WETU said the App was convenient as users could also track real-time social media conversations related to Intwasa, using the festivals hashtags and key words.
“It’s home to more information than just events and has a cool photobooth feature that allows users to take pictures of their festival experience with a tag. Users are also able to click on an event listing for full event details including dates and times, accessibility information with an option to share an event with your friends.”
What’s on today?
A Crafts Fair will be held at the City Hall car park from 10AM with the Hope Centre opposite Meikles Departmental Stores holding a series of workshops at the same time.
Colour of Hope will be performed at Bulawayo Theatre also at 10AM. The Bulawayo Theatre hosts a play The Dancing Queen at 2PM. A Schools Marimba and Choral Music show will take place at 2PM.
Music lovers will be treated to a Hip Hop versus Kwaito show at the Chibuku stage at 4PM. The Gathering of the Poets will be held at the Hope Centre at 5.30PM. At 7PM, Afro-Fresh and Chicken Bus Band will hold a show at the Chibuku stage.
For Generations will be shown at Bulawayo Theatre at 7.30PM. Rounding off the night is the Bayethe Bulawayo Concert at the City Hall from 7PM.