Viva is the name of the Thai group, which will present a varied and entertaining mix of opera classics and modern pop songs. The group is made up of three male and two female singers, all of them from Thailand and each set to become increasingly popular there and in other countries for their unique music mix and style.
They are being brought to Zimbabwe by South African impresario Colin Law, who previously brought entertainers to Zimbabwe during the 1990s and is now keen to get a range of regional and international performers coming back to the country.
Later in the week, the Gateway School will present a show called Gateway to Sydney, in which they will perform the songs they will take on a tour to Sydney, Australia, at the end of the second school term. There will be three performances: Friday June 3 (7pm) and Saturday June 4 (2.30pm and 7pm).
In Theatre Upstairs, the popular Hifa show Whatever Happened to Betty Lemon will be staged especially for those people who could not see the sold-out performances during Hifa a month ago. The play is about a “barmy old battleaxe” and stars Ashleigh May. It runs from Wednesday June 1 to Saturday June 4, with performances at 7pm each day.
Advance booking for all three shows is open at The Spotlight.
— Own Correspondent