Theo Thomson headlines Fashion and Glam in Lilongwe

RnB sensational, Theo Thomson is billed to perform at Fashion and Glam event taking place at the prestigious Bingu International Convention Centre on Saturday.

Theo Thomson
Fawzia Osman: Theo is the main act at Fashion and Glam

This year’s Fashion and Glam is an infusion of fashion and art exhibition with part of the proceedings going to charity.

Fawzia Osman, one of the organizers of Fashion and Glam, confirmed the development to nyasatimes saying Thomson, an accomplished composers and stage performer is indeed the headline act.

“Theo is the main act. He is a big act and we wanted to maintain international standard whilst promoting Malawian art industry” Osman said.

Supporting acts mentioned to perform at the event are Salama Malawi and Lucent the Violinist.

Osman said “Lucent will be playing violin for the art exhibition, which is part of the event. And for Salama dancers, people have to be there to see what we have planned with them”.

Theo has since verified this on his social media that he is indeed going to give a performance at the show. “LL, I am seeing you this weekend. BICC is the place to be” he said.

His manager, Prince Chikweba said “You know Lilongwe is a place where we get few shows to perform at, so we always expect to deliver” adding “this is an exclusive event where the performance has to be over the top than what we normally put out.”

Chikweba further said You know most shows are urban. But this is an executive event so the performance has to be worth the time and tag.”

He promised fireworks and an even better performance than what people have seen.

The Maybe Tomorrow star is featured on reggae dance-hall artist, Purple C’s new record ‘Take time’ set for releaseMonday, September 11 on Joy Nathu’s Made on Monday show.

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