Zimbabwe entertainment

Cricket in Harare

Harare Sports Club

With Zimbabwe regaining its status as a test-playing nation, cricket fans should try to make it to this scenic ground surrounded by jacaranda trees. There's a pub right behind the bowler's arm, which enhances enjoym…
Performing Arts in Harare

Theatre in the Park

This is a new space in Harare Gardens for this long-standing theatre company (on hiatus for four years). Plays are held on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evenings from 6pm – it can be an interesting way to spend an …
Cricket in Bulawayo

Queens Sports Club

This scenic, historic ground hosts international Tests and limited-over cricket matches, though it's rare an international team swings by these days. It has a capacity of 13,000 with plenty of lawn to sit and watch,…
Arts Center in Bulawayo

Zimbabwe Academy of Music

Events at this arts centre, established in 1949, are a cultured way to keep yourself occupied in the evenings. Expect anything from theatre and recitals to movie screenings. Check its website for upcoming events.
Live Music in Bulawayo

Cape to Cairo

Within a colonial building is this bar-restaurant that hosts live Afro jazz bands nightly. It's a pretty local scene, but everyone is welcoming and bands start around 8.30pm and play till late. Entry is free.
Cinema in Harare

SK Cinema

Screens the latest Hollywood films in 2D and 3D.
Stadium in Harare

National Stadium

Zimbabwe's largest sports arena, the National Stadium holds 60,000 people and is used primarily for soccer games, and occasionally for rugby and athletics. Bruce Springsteen and Sting, among other big names, played …