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Don’t miss the unique architecture of the National Theater of Ghana. It houses the National Symphony, Dance Company and Drama Company.

Venue: Nubuke Foundation

District: East Legon

Date: Every last Sunday

of every month (April 26, 6pm)

Contact: Tel: 0289102163

Website: nubukefoundation.org

ehalakasa.wix.com/ehalakasa

Cost: 15 Ghc

Ehalakasa poetry readings

A celebration of spoken word performance poetry with music. Ehalakasa is a straight talk, street philosophy, poetry with music performance. Eha means song in Ewe, La mean sing in Ga Damgbe and Kasa means talk in Akan (Twi). These separate words are simply combined to form Ehalakasa.  This month features Poetra Asantewa and 100%.

Power, Love and War shall be explored by the poets through poetry and music.

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Lumina Sophie...Un jour

The choreographer proposes a reflection around a heroic female character, a symbol of the struggles for emancipation and the painful and complex rise of post-slavery societies in the Caribbean.

Venue: Jamestown Cafe

District: Jamestown

Date: Dec. 12, 7pm

Contact: Tel:  0302 77 31 34

 afaccra.com

Cost: Free

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Aimé Césaire

Public reading of Aimé Césaire’s ”Notebook of a Return to my Native Land” by Jacques MARTIAL, Président du Memorial ACTe, the Caribbean (Guadeloupe) centre of expression and memory of slavery and slave trade.

Venue: Alliance Française

District: Airport Area

Date: Dec. 11, 12pm

Contact: Tel:  0302 77 31 34

 afaccra.com

Cost: Free