Entertainment in Botswana & Namibia

  • Entertainment in Windhoek

    Warehouse Theatre

    This place used to be a warehouse for the breweries but has been converted into a full-scale, state-of-the-art theatre. The industrial interior and versatility of its design makes the Warehouse ideal for staging live African and European music and theatre productions. There’s also a permanent exhibition space and an internet cafe.

  • Entertainment in Gaborone

    Maitisong Cultural Centre

    Maitisong (Place of Entertainment) puts on some excellent shows in its large theatre, with events ranging from Shakespearean plays to Batswana music most weeks. It's a hub of Batswana cultural life and the centrepiece of the annual Maitisong Festival in March or April.

  • Entertainment in Windhoek

    National Theatre of Namibia

    Located south of the National Art Gallery, the national theatre stages infrequent theatrical performances; for information see the Namibian newspaper.

  • Entertainment in Gaborone

    National Stadium

    The National Stadium plays host to football matches between teams in the countrywide Super League as well as the occasional international game. Matches start at 4pm on Saturday and Sunday and are usually advertised and publicised in the local English-language newspapers.

  • Entertainment in Windhoek

    Ster Kinekor

    Off Robert Mugabe Ave, this place shows recent films and has half-price admission on Tuesday.